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Where is the journey on the markets heading? Every quarter we discuss the outlook for equities, bonds, commodities, currencies and the world economy.

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US economic stimulus programmes and infrastructure

US President Joe Biden, disparagingly called “sleepy” by his blond-haired predecessor, has clearly exceeded expectations in his first 100 days in office. In foreign policy, he has spoken plainly and told the despots in Moscow, Beijing, Istanbul and elsewhere what he thinks of them and…

The car industry makes e-mobile

Who would have thought that just a few years ago: A paradigm shift is taking place in the automotive industry. Forced and apparently just in time. After more than 150 years, the combustion engine – diesel as well as petrol – has reached the end of its product cycle. This type of…

Silver – Part 3

When should you be invested in silver or gold?   In the 3rd part of this series of articles on silver we try to examine simple investment strategies. It turns out that using the gold-silver ratio (GSR) is not very suitable for applying simple moving-average strategies. Instead of using them…