Nick Hubble

Nick Hubble

Nick has worked in financial publishing since 2010 as the editor of the Daily Reckoning Australia, the retirement themed Money for Life Letter, and Strategic Investment Australia .

Having seen the true nature of the investment banking business in 2008 from inside Wall Street’s most notorious bank, Nick decided to find somewhere he could give honest, hard-hitting and profitable investment advice in an ethical way instead. He found us at Southbank Investment Research in 2015 and, after a stint performing as a flying trapeze artist, joins us as editor of Exponential Investor.

Nick holds degrees in Finance, Economics and Law from the prestigious Bond University, is a qualified Financial Advisor in Australia and still spends his evenings upside down 10 metres up in the air.

  • Zombies, bombs and vigilantes

    The financial news looks like my Netflix account after watching the wrong movie. The recommended viewing section has been invaded by zombies, bombs and vigilantes. The Bank of International Settlements is warning about “The rise of zombie firms”, which are…

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  • Misdiagnosing Brexit to deal with it

    Yesterday we looked into how wilfully misunderstanding something gets you into trouble eventually. The world has been hell-bent on wilfully misunderstanding Donald Trump. Which is how he gets his trade deals and geopolitics done so effectively. His opponents have no…

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  • How to delude yourself about Trump

    Feedback loops are very important for survival. But what happens when they’re misleading? Or deliberately misinterpreted? Suddenly, the gullible emotion of self-preservation becomes downright dangerous to your health. Quicksand is the best example. It looks like sand, feels like mud,…

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  • Foreign aid for the EU

    Boris Johnson is fighting for a harder Brexit. And he wants to use the UK foreign aid budget to save the elephants… Daniel Hannan says the EU is trying to call our bluff, but we’re not bluffing. We’re “bloody minded”….

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  • Money for nothing and childcare for free

    Before we get to the Labour Party’s attempt to ruin Britain, overnight news confirmed yesterday’s Capital & Conflict. But in an interesting way. Finance Minister Giovanni Tria didn’t just bow to Lega and Five Star demands. He bowed out of…

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  • Italy to abolish poverty. Or nationalise it.

    It’s Giovanni Tria’s 70th birthday tomorrow. His political career might not last that long though. The Italian government budget proposal is due by midnight tonight. Sort of. The finance minister must submit finance and growth targets. As the Bank of…

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  • A eurosceptic the Europeans can understand

    On Monday we looked at the future of the UK and EU. Yesterday, my thoughts turned into front page news. Prime Minister Theresa May threatened the EU with its worst fear. Turning the UK into a low-tax and business-friendly environment…

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  • Harmony is an emergent order

    The more power they get, the less popular they’ll be. That’s the inherent tension underlying the EU. But why is it true? When you can only choose one policy for all of Europe, then that policy will fit badly somewhere….

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  • Harmony or competition in the EU

    In their desperate scramble to find something to negotiate about, the EU and UK governments are turning to ever more ridiculous topics. The latest artificial disagreement is about deadlines. First Prime Minister Theresa May refused to extend the March Brexit…

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  • Big government vs big business

    You might notice you’re not mentioned in the headline. Which is the point of today’s Capital & Conflict. Policymakers and business decision-makers care about your vote and your money, not your interests. And, for some reason, most people are more…

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