About once a decade, the dollar makes a world-shaking lurch. It’s time to prepare for the next one, says James Ferguson.
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QE may cause problems, but the alternative is a nasty depression. Expect the EU to start the printing presses soon, says James Ferguson.
Relaxed about the pension lifetime allowance and its implications for your retirement planning? Then it’s time for a wake-up call, says James Ferguson.
Book review: Fragile by Design, by Charles Calomiris & Stephen Haber
This is a great history of political interference in bank regulation, says James Ferguson. But a definitive analysis of the recent crisis it is not.
British banks are still in the post-crisis recovery position. Look at what they do, not what they say, to see which ones are progressing, says James Ferguson.
Apart from a Great Depression, there’s only one rational way out of Europe’s crisis – money-printing. James Ferguson explains why, and tips the best shares to profit.
Japan’s banking system is on the mend and the stock market is set to take off, says James Ferguson. Here he outlines the best ways to invest.
We all know quantitative easing has to end some day. When it does, you want to be well prepared, says James Ferguson. Here, he reveals what you should do.
It’s no secret Britain’s banks are still in a mess. What isn’t so clear is just how much of a mess, says James Ferguson.
A radical new approach to quantitative easing will give Japanese stocks a big boost, says James Ferguson. Here, he explains why, and tips the best Japanese shares to add to your portfolio.