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Corporate Debt vs Profit

Corporate Debt vs Profit

Published on Sep 29th 2020

Debt is climbing and profit is falling…. just like they did in 2000 and 2008…

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How good is your money??

How good is your money??

Published on Sep 29th 2020

U.S. Treasury bonds (and bills and notes) are often thought of as risk-free investments. The U.S. Treasury has always honoured its debts in dollars. BUT the purchasing power of those bonds can decline, sometimes dramatically. This chart, from Lyn Alden, shows the historical yield of the 10-year Treasury note (blue line) along with the forward […]

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Finance available

Published on Oct 28th 2019

I have an associate interested in investing in the following types of ventures: **Development, secured by freehold land, to 75% LTV **Corporate acquisition by company with EBITDA >A$10m ** Restructuring finance for property developments **Take over loan portfolio >A$30m Interested?

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Do earnings justify the SPX500 prices?

Do earnings justify the SPX500 prices?

Published on Jun 26th 2019

…PEmax is NOW at the level of the peaks of Black Friday in October 1929 and Black Monday in October 1987 and is only less than the peak at the Y2K/dotcom bubble… PEmax = Share Price/highest prior 12-month earnings

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This is a bear market…

Published on Feb 7th 2019

 From Colin Twiggs’ Trading Diary: “…This is a bear market. Recovery hinges on an unlikely resolution of the US-China ‘trade dispute’.”

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Trimming US Federal Reserves

Trimming US Federal Reserves

Published on Sep 27th 2017

From The New York Times, 19 September 2017, by Binyamin Appelbaum, and Gold, Stocks and Forex, 23 September 2017, by Colin Twiggs: WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve, which invested trillions of dollars to prop up the American economy after the 2008 financial crisis, is finally ready to take away the crutches. The Fed …will gradually reduce […]

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“Crunch time” for the Brisbane property market

“Crunch time” for the Brisbane property market

Published on Sep 21st 2017

From The Australian, 21 Sept 2017: The Reserve Bank has warned “this year is crunch time” for the Brisbane property market, where the central bank is “most concerned” about a potential housing crash. Speaking at an Australian Business Economists lunch in Sydney yesterday, RBA assistant governor Luci Ellis also warned that global interest rates would […]

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China: electronics-industry and infrastructure growth

China: electronics-industry and infrastructure growth

Published on Sep 20th 2017

From the Asia Times, 18 September 2017, by “Spengler”(David Goldman): …When China’s 2015 stock market bubble popped, prevailing Western opinion held that China’s economic boom would flame out in a debt crisis comparable to America’s subprime disaster of 2008 or the near collapse of Europe’s southern tier in 2013. Now that China’s tradeable stock market […]

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This can’t be good for discretionary spending

This can’t be good for discretionary spending

Published on Sep 11th 2017
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Adjudications under the Construction Contracts Act

Adjudications under the Construction Contracts Act

Published on Sep 6th 2017

Lieblich & Associates provided dispute-resolution services in two payment-claim disputes, in accordance with the recently-amended Construction Contracts Act (WA), over the last few weeks. (illustrative image only) The first was an automation-software engineering project on a major WA resources project. The subcontractor was seeking the reimbursement of several hundred-thousand dollars guarantee bond being held by […]

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