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A Book For Christmas

Christmas is coming winter is already here turn off the i-pads, phones and laptops shut the doors turn off the tv, and gather the children around your knee. Take up a Kindle or open the book and begin a journey that three children took.   … Continue reading

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More Questions Than Answers

Question! Is there correlation between low interest rate economies and low inflation or even into deflation? The one economy that seems to scream out this factor is the Japanese. They have a debt to GDP ratio of Two Hundred per … Continue reading

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Second Rate ?

Do you remember Iceland, not the shop but the financial giant which straddled the Atlantic fault line, that’s appropriate, several years ago the rating agencies gave Iceland a Triple A rating and all their Banks.  Around the World they bought up … Continue reading

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In Whose Interest

Central banks seem to have closed their eyes to any other policy except cheap money for those who already have large amounts of available funds, ie. large multinational corporations who can go around the World buying up assets, Tony Hayward the … Continue reading

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Debt! Whose Debt?

Why is it that politicians and economists bang on about debt continuously, if you look at one country it’s the end of the world, at another it’s almost an irrelevance. Is debt so important and the level of debt as critical … Continue reading

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Death On The Wind

  During the Second World War eight people died in the west coast region of the USA, killed by bombs dropped on them, sent from Japan. Attached to balloons they had sailed across the Pacific in the jet stream and released … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To Mr Clegg

Dear Mr Clegg The clock is ticking! As Britain slips back into recession your final chance of running with what is left of the Lib/Dem. Party is disappearing. I know the calculations you have made, four years hence everything will be … Continue reading

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