Economics & Markets

Wednesday’s Master Investor Market Report

Wednesday’s Master Investor Market Report

3 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 rose 76.47 points to 6,830.27. – The FTSE 250 climbed 190.34 points to 18,030.13. – The FTSE All Share increased by 39.94 points to 3,725.00. – The FTSE AIM All Share finished 1.64 points higher at 773.73. Chancellor George Osborne plans to introduce legislation that would require future governments to run…

A New Monetary System for Greece

A New Monetary System for Greece

13 mins. to read

As seen in this month’s Master Investor Magazine “The financial crisis of 2007/08 occurred because we failed to constrain the private financial system’s creation of private credit and money” – Lord Adair Turner (former Chairman of the now extinct UK Financial Services Authority) The Greek Misbehaviour Over the course of many years, and while the…

Tuesday’s Master Investor Market Report

Tuesday’s Master Investor Market Report

3 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 fell 36.24 points to 6,753.80. – The FTSE 250 slipped 38.64 points to 17,839.79. – The FTSE All Share dropped 17.63 points to 3,685.06. – The FTSE AIM All Share finished 2.12 points lower at 772.00. The UK trade deficit narrowed from £3.1 billion in March to £1.2 billion in April.…

Monday’s Master Investor Market Report

Monday’s Master Investor Market Report

3 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 fell 14.56 points to 6,790.04. – The FTSE 250 slipped 52.86 points to 17,878.43. – The FTSE All Share dropped 8.41 points to 3,702.69. – The FTSE AIM All Share finished 1.62 points lower at 774.12. Although the UK economy is expected to generate “solid economic growth” over the current fiscal…

Friday’s Master Investor Market Report

Friday’s Master Investor Market Report

3 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 fell 48.72 points to 6,810.72 points. – The FTSE 250 slipped 157.40 points to 17,933.02. – The FTSE All Share dropped 26.91 points to 3,713.48 points. – The FTSE AIM All Share finished the day down by 1.32 points at 776.01 points. The Greek Government is facing difficulties from within after…

Whom Should I Follow on Twitter?

Whom Should I Follow on Twitter?

9 mins. to read

“You are what you share.” ― C.W. Leadbeater, We Think: The Power Of Mass Creativity In a world where people share their most important moments in life before even living them, social media assumes the highest relevance. We frame the important moments of our life and share them on Facebook; companies market their products through…

Under-performing is Golden

Under-performing is Golden

3 mins. to read

Is it really just the fact that gold doesn’t tarnish that makes it so appealing to us humans? Because, aside from a few industrial uses in more recent times, it’s basically nothing more than a shiny thing with a guarantee of being shiny. Be that as it may, it became a standard for money and…

Thursday’s Master Investor Market Report

Thursday’s Master Investor Market Report

4 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 fell by 91.22 points to 6,859.24 points – The FTSE 250 tumbled 173.04 points to 18,090.42 – The FTSE All Share decreased by 44.02 points to 3,742.82 points – The FTSE AIM All Share finished the day down by 0.11 points at 778.02 points. Quelle surprise! The Bank of England’s Monetary…

Wednesday’s Master Investor Market Report

Wednesday’s Master Investor Market Report

3 mins. to read

– The FTSE 100 rose by 22.19 points to 6,950.46 points. – The FTSE 250 grew by 43.15 points to 18,263.46. – The FTSE All Share increased by 11.32 points to 3,786.84 points. – The FTSE AIM All Share finished the day up by 2.73 points at 778.13 points. The OECD has cut its United States…

Welcome to the End of The Trading Era – The Completion Backwards Principal

Welcome to the End of The Trading Era – The Completion Backwards Principal

5 mins. to read

Over the last few weeks we’ve seen some pretty extraordinary moves in the bond markets. We’ve seen bonds trade over 2-3 percent daily trading ranges – ranges that would be considered extreme a few years ago for such non-volatile core investment instruments. We’ve seen investors increasingly concerned that stock market valuations look overblown, and there…