Changes announced in the Summer Budget could be brewing up a storm in the buy-to-let market. Dominic Frisby explains what that means for house prices.
Articles written by Dominic Frisby
The price of gold has fallen to a five-year low. Dominic Frisby looks at what’s been going on in the gold market, and asks: what’s next for gold?
Book review: More Human, by Steve Hilton
Steve Hilton’s “More Human”, about how the world has become dehumanised, is on the right lines, says Dominic Frisby. But it doesn’t go far enough.
One of America’s most unorthodox economic forecasters says the UK property market – and London in particular – has peaked. Now, we’re looking at 18 years of decline.
The commodity bear market is in its fifth year. And industrial metal prices are nearer the bottom than the top, says Dominic Frisby. But how much lower can they go?
The Greece crisis might mark the point at which the rule of the central bank supremo comes to an end and gold comes good again. Dominic Frisby explains why.
With mortgage lending much tighter than it used to be, you might think house prices would have fallen. But they haven’t. They’re still unaffordable to most. Dominic Frisby explains why.
China wants to build a new ‘Silk Road’ from Shanghai to Berlin. If it does, says Dominic Frisby, it will create a commodities bull market like we’ve never seen before.
The pound has hit five-year highs against many currencies, and it’s even taking on the mighty dollar. Dominic Frisby takes a look at what’s behind the pound’s impressive rise.
Former maths teachers Fergus and Judith Wilson became the ‘pin-up couple’ of buy-to-let property. Now, they’re starting to sell up. Dominic Frisby asks if you should do the same.