Economics

ENRAGING CORPORATE BUZZWORDS AND ABBREVIATIONS

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Enraging Corporate Buzzwords

Nothing freaks me out more than this accept maybe people with gold in their false teeth. I don’t know about you but I sometimes feel rage when I sit in corporate meetings or even socially as I listen to the corporate vernacular and rubbish people have flowing out of their gobs. It reeks of pretentiousness […]

Economics

INVESTING IS LIKE A GAME OF FOOTBALL

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Much like in football, often you go a goal down within the first 10 minutes, this doesn’t mean you’re going to lose the game. It simply means it takes balls and grit to develop the staying power and nerve to stay in the game. Conversely, often teams go up one or two goals within the […]

Economics

INVESTMENT ASSET CLASSES EXPLAINED

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A financial dictionary will tell you it’s a group of securities that show similar behaviour and characteristics in the marketplace. There are three main asset classes: equities (stocks), fixed income (bonds) and cash or money market instruments. Some investors add property and commodities to the asset class mix. Equities Equities, or company shares listed on […]

Economics

DON’T LET THE CABINET SHUFFLE SHAKE YOU…

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The Financial Engineer

This happened to South Korea – It made them stronger!!! Read below… I don’t mean to make this sound like it’s not very, very serious, however, you can’t get constipated about this…we’ve been through revolutions before…its just another revolution, so chill! This brazen cabinet reshuffle by a dude called Jacob has left most of us […]