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 Research in 2015 and, after a stint performing as a flying trapeze artist, joins us as editor of Capital and Conflict.

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.

What would you do?

Next week the world’s central bankers head to Jackson Hole for the annual Economic Policy Symposium. And the financial world is fretting over their words more than ever in anticipation of what might be said at the event. Mario Draghi’s…

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What do Britain’s symptoms suggest?

What a glorious day. It has happened at last. Health and safety’s overzealousness has struck Parliament where it hurts – right in the bong. Big Ben’s bong, to be precise. According to various accounts of an enormous parliamentary furore, nobody…

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How much bitcoin does Trump own?

Last night it hit me. With bitcoin well over the $4,000 mark thanks to his foreign policy, you have to wonder how much bitcoin President Donald Trump owns. There’s little question the awesome power of the US president includes the…

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Goldfinger would fail again

Be careful in the bitcoin market. The price has recovered from the fork, and the implementation of SegWit is progressing well too. We’re well over US$3,000, the previous peak before a major correction. But three of bitcoin’s biggest markets are…

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Europe’s bank regulation challenged

The EU goes about sabotaging itself as expected. Last week I explained how the EU’s proposed new rules on bank runs would cause bank runs: The EU is considering new rules to prevent a bank run in the wake of…

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Fire, fury and frankly power

A bizarre version of democracy drives modern geopolitics. The number of nations supporting an international policy determines its legitimacy instead of morality or any legal basis. As a result, invasions, sanctions and economic agreements are pursued based on the support…

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The propensity to destroy

What makes a nation go from being incredibly rich to incredibly poor? The London Investment Alert’s Tim Price is out with a warning for Britain. He’s predicting we’re in for a new national crisis. One that you need to be…

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The end of central bank stimulus

Fear is pulsing through the markets. Analyst after analyst at investment banks around the world are pointing out that only central bank money printing has kept the stockmarket afloat. And central bank money printing is set to decline in 2018….

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