The ideal portfolio for investors & retirees seeking maximum reward over the long-term

This article is written in response to requests from several of our readers who are happy to take on a higher degree of risk in exchange for higher potential rewards. The suggested portfolio is designed to capitalise on the primary investment themes that we see over the next 5-10 years.

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The 247Bull financial & economic forecast for 2013 & beyond

This article lays out the 247Bull forecast for 2013 and beyond. It explores the primary factors that will shape our financial and economic futures and aims to prepare investors for the real financial crisis that still lies ahead.

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Recommended Viewing: Kyle Bass on the decline of the Yen & the end of the Debt Supercycle

In this excellent interview American hedge fund manager, Kyle Bass, Founder of Hayman Capital, shares his thoughts on the coming decline of the Japanese yen and the end of the Debt Supercycle.

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How to profit from the decline of the Japanese yen

Back in July I drew reader’s attention to several factors that are potentially very bearish for the Japanese yen. These factors remain in place and if my assessment of them is correct, then the decline of the Japanese yen could be one of the most profitable trades of the decade.

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Profit from the decline of the Japanese yen as the unwinding of the yen carry trade comes to an end

For the past five years the Japanese yen has risen relentlessly. Now however, the primary factor that contributed to a strong yen is coming to an end, something which likely spells a major reversal for the currency. This article examines how to profit from the coming decline of the yen.

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The 247Bull investment strategy

As investors our primary goal is to understand the powerful long-term macro forces that shape the global economy and determine the direction of financial markets. This article examines what these forces are, and what investors need to do to capitalise on them.

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China’s slowdown may be permanent as demographic time bomb takes its toll

In 2010 China surpassed Japan to become the world’s second-largest economy, and many, including the IMF, are predicting that by 2016 China’s economy will be bigger than that of the United States. Even if these predictions turn out to be correct, China’s rapidly aging population could mean that its economy is unlikely to remain number [...]

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