Welcome to Finance and Fury - This Episode – Look at Where to not invest in negative rates world – if it comes to that – other options First – what does the world in negative rates look like? – dive further into this to start – look at other countries, Japan, Denmark...read more
The Cash Bill – stabilising the financial system for negative interest rates, Bail Ins and more, all at your expense
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Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition! I’ve been thinking a lot about what we are taught in economics, the basic ‘101’. Specifically, if you print a lot of money you get hyper-inflation. There are plenty of stories to back this up Germany Weimar...read more
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the ‘Say What Wednesday’ edition. Today I’m here with Jayden! Today’s question comes from Gavin, “Is there anything to be considered when looking at refinancing mortgages with smaller lenders that run their business online like...read more
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