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What’s going on with the US$

The above is the index of the US $ against a basket of currencies, such as € (c 58% of index), £, CAN$, CHF (Swiss Franc) and Japanese ¥ and (strangely) Swedish Krona. As you can see the US$ was … Continue reading

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Investment markets – Natural Gas Revisited

I last wrote about this on 28 October 2013 (see earlier post).  The chart, below, shows the last 6 months of UNG which aims to track the price of US Natural Gas. You can see how it has shot up … Continue reading

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The End Game

It is interesting that, nearly 5 years after the setting of the EMERGENCY interest (Base) rate of 0.5% we are still at 0.5% and our illustrious ‘capitalist’ government is borrowing £110 Billions per annum (to add to the admitted-to debt … Continue reading

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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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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

  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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