How to make a million – slowly by John Lee

Much as an academic doyen might conclude a famous lecture series by collecting the salient points into a book Lord Lee, the doyen of ISA investment, marks the end of his interesting and informative My Portfolio column in The Financial Times with the publication of this short book. It has much to recommend it.First, we must recognise the authority conferred […]

OANDA Partners with Autochartist to Roll out Two Technical …

OANDA Partners with Autochartist to Roll out Two Technical Analysis FeaturesBy Forexminute – Yashu Gola | Forex Industry News | Jul 16, 2014 11:36PM BSTForex brokerage OANDA has released two innovative technical analysis options to its customers through its content alliance with Autochartist: Correlating Signals and Our Favorites.The Correlating Signals feature, which is limited only to OANDA fxTrade users, will […]

How to make sense of the stock market's wild ride | Money …

calm and carry on.”Brad
McMillan, chief investment officer at Commonwealth Financial, keeps a copy of the
famous motivational World War II-era British sign above his desk but insists he
didn’t need to refer to it once during what felt to many observers like a stock
market meltdown throughout
the day Thursday.McMillan,
however, was far from hitting the panic button.“I’ve
seen things bounce up and bounce down before […]

It's Not Just The Stock Market That's Rigged: The Entire Status Quo …

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog,One has to wonder why we are dodging this truth about what we’ve become: a nation that turns a blind eye to skimmers, scammers and legal looting.As in the story of the Emperor’s new clothes, the onlooker who declares the obvious– in this case, that the stock market is rigged–shatters the consensus lie. In […]

The Stock Market Could Be Your Last Chance For A Happy Retirement

There was a time when cash was king, but it lost its crown in March 2009 when the Bank of England slashed base rates to 0.5%.If you had saved £10,000 in cash five years ago, and earned an average return of 2% a year, your money would have grown to just £11,041.At that rate of return, cash can’t guarantee you […]