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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

Buy into companies with employee share ownership schemes

David Thornton explains why employee share ownership schemes are a strong signal for investors to snap up the shares.


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London house prices: how demand has created its own supply

The supply of luxury properties in the capital has found its own ways of meeting demand, says Merryn Somerset Webb. That can only mean one thing for property prices.


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Jack the lad still has an irresistible fortune

Jack Nicholson may have swapped the LSD for milk, but he still has his money.


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The oil price crash and European QE will pop London’s property bubble

London property prices have reached ludicrous heights. Dr Matthew Partridge looks at what could pop the bubble, and how far prices could fall.


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Markets: FTSE shrugs off the Greek election result

The FTSE 100 shrugged off the win for the anti-austerity party, Syriza, in Greece to climb 19 points higher to 6,852.


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27 January 1969: Students set up the LSE-in-exile

Students at the London School of Economics occupied the University of London Union building on this day in 1969, in protest at the erection of new security gates.


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Don’t be fooled by QE – stocks will crash hard

Contrary to received opinion, central bankers can’t fix the world’s problems. John C Burford explains why Mario Draghi is no exception.


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Zombie capitalists have eaten innovation

Policy makers are killing off America's wealth creators, says Bill Bonner.


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Comment on Now might be a good time to buy a house in the north by Ninebobnote

Please don't move up North. It is terrible here. All we have is horrible Victorian city centres, empty beaches, National Parks and long distance footpaths. It rains all the time and you can't see for puffins and guillemots pooing all over you. The people are horrible, they try to say hello all the time and are forever asking you if you are all right. Don't come. Please.

Comment on The oil price crash and European QE will pop London’s property bubble by Mark Smith

Everyone I know with an economics degree has predicted a London property crash over the last decade or so and has been wrong it might happen one day but nobody knows anything really
How many are really going to repatriate money in bad times?

Comment on Now might be a good time to buy a house in the north by e2toe4

London's okay, and many Londoners dear and uncomplicated little souls, but I would urge you not to write any more articles that may cause them up sticks and head up here in any great numbers and spoil things for the rest of us.

Comment on The oil price crash and European QE will pop London’s property bubble by Nigel Lewis

Bubble markets surely have to have lots of people piling in to create the 'rise' of a bubble - but the London's prime market doesn't; it's always been a low volume one? At the moment there are a shrinking number of buyers, some sellers but nothing going on - and the vendors are rich enough not to have to worry about dropping their price to get a sale; they are usually second or third homes. It would only 'burst' if sellers then had to drop their pants to get a sale.

Comment on Don’t be fooled by QE – stocks will crash hard by spanner

Always enjoy reading John's trading article. What I find though is there's no evidence that any trades are ever made, no entry prices or stops given. It s fine to say so much profit was made in retrospect or a top or bottom in the market correctly identified but without trading evidence this means nothing. I appreciate John is not a free trading service (although his courses must make money) but how about John joining a social trading site so that we can see his profitability or join in? If he makes the profits he says he does then his status and ability to charge for his tuition would increase. Otherwise, it may be nice to read his views, but that's it!

Comment on The oil price crash and European QE will pop London’s property bubble by Bear

How can you say that a market is too small to burst?!


It is precisely that mentality that causes bubbles. If it can go up quickly it can come down even faster.


FYI - low volume in a market makes price moves more volatile.

Comment on Without serious change, Britain is on course for a Greek-style debt bomb by 123db

The big difference is that the UK economy is based on a level of confidence that the Greeks were never able to match.
If you are able to create a figure that everyone agrees is comforting and can be the proof used to justify when people ask for facts! Its a mind numbing cycle of falsehood, that nobody questions, so nobody is responsible for the wheels of the gravy train, should they magically disappear!
For instance, the recent addition of prostitution and drugs to the national account boosted GDP figures by 4%! That is money that the government can't tax, because its criminal money - but its value can be used to make sure the UK looks to be economically successful!
It should end in tears, but it won't! ;-)

Comment on The oil price crash and European QE will pop London’s property bubble by Tom Vernon

fundamentally it is not hard to argue that London property is seriously overvalued but if there is to be a proper correction or even a crash sellers need to be forced to sell - and that can really only come in a scenario where interest rates become unaffordable.



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