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Comment on The financial industry still doesn’t get how to treat its customers by Tim Hall

"Be more trustworthy" sounds sensible, but does rather assume that the person being told this actually understands what it means...

Comment on ARM deal proves Britain is still a draw – but it’s not all good news by Peter Ciuk

I would look closer what patents ARM holdings holds
to explain this fire sale. And I seriously doubt if that patents will be implemented in England now.

Comment on The oil price may have bottomed out – but there could be turbulence ahead by Richard Price

Moneyweek's oil charts and other website oil charts seem to indicate that oil is not recovering in price but instead dropping back down again.

It is my humble opinion that oil is heading back down to $30.00 a barrel or less to test the bottom again unless it breaks out of the current trend.

So I suppose I will wait till this event and hope to buy safe,big oil company shares at the bottom.
Buy low sell high.

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Comment on Why I’m shorting this much-loved stock by Jake Brumby

If you're still shorting Tesla, you should definitely read about its recent policy change that will make its GAAP financial results look a lot stronger. http://cleantechnica.com/2016/07/24/tsla-tesla-motors-inc-short-sellers-mind-gaap/


It's a big gamble to short what is shaping up to be the worlds greatest company!

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The four stages of enterprise finance

A look at the stages of the enterprise finance cycle, from seed capital to IPO, to help investors understand the various stages of capital fundraising.
The post The four stages of enterprise finance was first published on MoneyWeek.

The financial industry still doesn’t get how to treat its customers

The FCA wants credit card companies to help prevent their customers getting in debt that they can’t get out of. But they really shouldn’t need to be told, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The post The financial industry still doesn’t get how to treat its customers was first published on MoneyWeek.

Brexit: can you really blame Facebook?

Facebook is so good at giving us what we think we want that we never see anything that challenges our world view, says Merryn Somerset Webb. We need to burst our own online bubbles.
The post Brexit: can you really blame Facebook? was first published on MoneyWeek.

Is this the beginning of the end for cash?

NatWest has warned it could charge customers for holding their money. It’s a worrying signal about the way things are going, says John Stepek. It could lead to the end of cash.
The post Is this the beginning of the end for cash? was first published on MoneyWeek.

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