Monthly Archives: October 2013

Investment markets – Natural Gas

Pension type investors should perhaps look at this seriously. Down 97% from mid 2008 to May last year.  It is the fund which aims to track the US price of Natural Gas.  There is a UK Fund.  NG has plummeted … Continue reading

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Global debt

https://twitter.com/JDWealthManager/status/393978455395954688 Have you EVER seen anything more stupifyingly shocking? Since the US, in particular, came off the Gold Standard (thanks Trickie Dickie Nixon) the amount of debt, globally, has exploded.  You wonder why a)    House prices are so high b)    … Continue reading

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Bank lending and deposits

  Source: BBA Original publication WOW! I repeat: WOW! You want to know how retail sales aren’t falling off the cliff and how millions of folk, in the UK, are surviving? Rising house prices?  No. Rising incomes?  Behave. Falling costs … Continue reading

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Investment markets

I haven’t commented on investment markets thus far (apart from the UK housing market).  Doing so now. So the US Debt Ceiling nonsense is coming to a climax.  It is total nonsense.  It is as material as Syria and Greece … Continue reading

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@PositiveMoneyUk responds

Ben’s reply and mine to his are in the @PositiveMoneyUK post earlier today but I thought readers may wish to see his in case they miss it Ben Dyson says: 15 October 2013 at 4:32 pm Hi Jonathan, Just a … Continue reading

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@PositiveMoneyUK

  On Sunday evening I went to a Hell hole in East London (an old pub made into what looks like a refectory hosted by the 1980s The Young Ones) called Passing Clouds in Dalston, nr ‘Ackney. I went to … Continue reading

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Media lefties and bias

Just been asked by BBC guy re 1% paying most income tax. He said shldn't we be helping these entrepreneurs? My response: 1/2 — Jonathan Davis (@J0nathanDavis) October 10, 2013 They're not entrepreneurs. They're public sector, multi nat'l mgrs, bankers … Continue reading

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