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Avoid losses with this 44 point investment checklist

Avoid losses with this 44 point investment checklist | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
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Nick Clegg: what you will wake up to if we vote to Leave... - The i newspaper online iNews

Nick Clegg: what you will wake up to if we vote to Leave... - The i newspaper online iNews | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
Are you still undecided? Are you someone who – pummelled by weeks of claim and counter-claim – has been left exhausted and annoyed? Have you been looking for answers, yet all you’ve encountered are insults and exaggeration? Maybe you’re so fed up you think to hell with it, let’s throw caution to the wind and …
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Boom, Bust, Rinse & Repeat: Predicting The Global Economy, by Raoul Pal

https://www.realvisiontv.com If you think predicting economies and financial markets is complex and cumbersome – think again. Renowned investor Raoul Pal’
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In Britain, Libor-Rigging Conspiracy Case Is Also a Test for Regulators

In Britain, Libor-Rigging Conspiracy Case Is Also a Test for Regulators | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
The investigation into the rigging of global benchmark interest rates at last yields a trial, which may also prove a measure of British controls on the finance industry.

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Investors Europe Stock Brokers's curator insight, May 27, 2015 11:19 AM

The trial will be a test for Britain’s Serious Fraud Office, which has suffered many setbacks and is often criticized in the United States for being less aggressive than the Justice Department.

In fact, the case almost did not happen because the prosecutor was not interested. In 2011, the Financial Conduct Authority passed evidence related to its Libor investigation to the Serious Fraud Office. The head of the office declined to pursue it.

After Barclays paid more than $450 million in fines to British and United States regulators in June 2012, the chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, told the fraud office to reconsider. Now, 80 people are on the case, and David Green, the new head of the office, has made it clear that this trial is critical to the future success of the agency.

“When David Green came into office, he staked his reputation within the Serious Fraud Office on the success or otherwise on the investigation into Libor,” said Barry Vitou, head of corporate crime and investigations at Pinsent Masons, a British law firm.

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Duchenne Children's Trust Bracelets

Duchenne Children's Trust Bracelets | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
Nick Crossley is fundraising for The Duchenne Children's Trust
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A great cause, and anyone with children will think this absolutely worth supporting

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Stock Market Soars to New Heights: The Big Story The President ...

Stock Market Soars to New Heights: The Big Story The President ... | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
Wrong many americans are invested in the stock market. And also many are invested directly through their company or government pension plans. The market doing well helps shore up those pension plans. Its a win for many ...
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Can the Piotroski F-Score also improve your investment strategy?

Can the Piotroski F-Score also improve your investment strategy? | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
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China gets its richest man to back 'best football competition in Asia'

China gets its richest man to back 'best football competition in Asia' | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it

China, backed by its richest man, has struck a deal with FIFA to host the first China Cup from next year, a competition that will pit its national side against three international "first-class" teams - and hopefully pave the way to soccer glory.


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Humiliated McDonalds To Stop Reporting Monthly Sales | Zero Hedge

Humiliated McDonalds To Stop Reporting Monthly Sales | Zero Hedge | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
What do you do when month after month you have nothing but bad data to report. Simple: you have two choice - you either seasonally adjust the data (or in the case of US GDP, double-seasonally adjust it), or if that is not possible since unlike US GDP, your numbers are at least somewhat indicative of underlying reality, you stop reporting them altogether.

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What? Me worry?'s curator insight, May 27, 2015 10:37 AM

stick your head in sand

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How boards can learn more than just what they’re told | The Sunday Times

How boards can learn more than just what they’re told | The Sunday Times | Investment Research from Behind the Balance Sheet | Scoop.it
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reat article on our new project Independent Insight

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Stock Market Investment Risk Remains at Historic Extreme ...

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Additionally, when analyzed together, these data identify extremes in the risk/reward profile of the stock market from an investment perspective. In early February, stock market investment risk increased to the highest 1 ...
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