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A view on financial markets - Climbing a wall of worry

A view on financial markets - Climbing a wall of worry

6th January 2022 By: David Harbage

The hope the Covid infection, with its adverse economic consequence, would be receding by the end of 2021 has been confounded. The Omicron variant appears to be a particularly virulent, if milder,...

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A view on financial markets – Are we still travelling or have we arrived?

A view on financial markets – Are we still travelling or have we arrived?

24th September 2021 By: David Harbage

Investor sentiment seems to be changing as equity markets’ ‘risk on’ momentum appears to be slowing – notably on concerns that the authorities begin to pare back their...

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How to buy gold

How to buy gold

11th August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

Today I thought I might spend a little time discussing various different ways you can invest in gold (and silver) since many people have been in touch to ask about this very topic recently. As...

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Which investment has averaged 12.3% a year for sixteen years?

Which investment has averaged 12.3% a year for sixteen years?

10th August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

The answer may surprise you. Gold I have had a reasonable number of questions of late about precious metals and, in particular, how to go about buying them if so inclined, so thought it might...

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Are you Riding the Tiger's Tail?

Are you Riding the Tiger's Tail?

6th August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

Regular readers of these articles will be aware of an ongoing and oft-repeated theme of mine: Namely that, to a certain degree at least, you can run your financial affairs so that you...

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Which asset class averaged 15.3% a year for sixty years?

Which asset class averaged 15.3% a year for sixty years?

5th August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

Smaller Companies (AKA “small caps”)… One asset class that I have written about before and that has a long track record of producing average annual returns quite some way north...

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8 Best Finance Books of All Time

8 Best Finance Books of All Time

4th August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

Why Read Finance Books? As part of your ‘own the world’ journey we believe that the information required to make useful and lasting change in our lives can very often be found in the...

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Is cash king?

Is cash king?

3rd August 2021 By: Andrew Craig

I previously highlighted four beliefs many people hold when it comes to finance which I suggested simply weren’t true. These were: “You can’t go wrong with bricks and...

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Morning Briefing 14/7/21

Morning Briefing 14/7/21

14th July 2021 By: Mark Palmer and Ben Timms

Prices have increased more in June than in any other time since 2008, as inflation continues to run rampant in the US. The year on year increase for June came in at 5.4%, higher than the already...

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Morning Briefing 12/7/21

Morning Briefing 12/7/21

12th July 2021 By: Mark Palmer and Ben Timms

HR experts have said that 35% of employees in the UK have requested today off, and after the Italian Job, who can blame them. England were brutally defeated in familiar fashion by Italy in a...

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Volume Buying Deepverge

Volume Buying Deepverge

13th January 2022 By: Moosh

Aside from my core holding of Deepverge (DVRG), I wanted to try a scaled up test trade. Following the news driven breakout in October 2021, I chose my starting point for volume calculation as the...

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Volume Buying Thor Mining

Volume Buying Thor Mining

10th January 2022 By: Moosh

In another early test I decided to volume buy Thor Mining (LSE: THR). Here are the buys generated from market volume since the price peak in June 2021: 26 July 2021 - 14,520 shares,...

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Volume Buying Zenith Energy

Volume Buying Zenith Energy

5th January 2022 By: Moosh

My first volume buy I tried was in Zenith Energy (LSE:ZEN). In early July 2021, I noticed a news driven spike in volume so I thought I would follow the volume. As it was the initial test out of...

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Volume Buying Abrdn

Volume Buying Abrdn

4th January 2022 By: Moosh

Naturally, it’s only right that I bring you examples of volume buying in action so you get an idea of my thought processes and become more familiar with the concept of volume buys. While...

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Trend identification

Trend identification

22nd December 2021 By: Moosh

As we prepare for the year ahead, 2022, I thought it best to quickly review a few simple observations that I have known for quite a while now, which occur during a true uptrend of 2+ weeks:...

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Pump up the volume!

Pump up the volume!

20th December 2021 By: Moosh

Hello again. I haven’t been in hibernation. When I was a kid, my parents were always suspicious when I was quiet because it meant that I was up to something, and nothing has changed! I have...

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Boring Investments: Week Ending 6 July 2018

Boring Investments: Week Ending 6 July 2018

6th July 2018 By: Moosh

This week I reduced my holding in Echo Energy (LSE:ECHO) by 100%. There were no changes to my holdings in Empyrean Energy (LSE:EME), Asiamet Resources (LSE:ARS), Horizonte Minerals (LSE:HZM),...

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Boring Investments: Week ending 1 June 2018

Boring Investments: Week ending 1 June 2018

4th June 2018 By: Moosh

This week I increased my holding in Empyrean Energy (LSE:EME) by 123%. From next week, I will stop reporting changes in EME holdings until there is visibility on future operations but I will still...

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Boring Investments - week ending 18 May 2018

Boring Investments - week ending 18 May 2018

21st May 2018 By: Moosh

This week I reduced my holding in Asiamet Resources (LSE:ARS) by 18% and I reduced my holding in Empyrean Energy (LSE:EME) by 32%. My holding in Horizonte Minerals (LSE:HZM) and mystery...

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Boring Investments: Week ending 11 May 2018

Boring Investments: Week ending 11 May 2018

11th May 2018 By: Moosh

There were no changes to my holdings in Asiamet Resources (LSE:ARS), Empyrean Energy (LSE:EME), and Horizonte Minerals (LSE:HZM). Volume Analysis All the above holdings this week had a day...

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