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.

The hidden chapter of Atlas Shrugged

Last week, the German and American stockmarket indices hit symbolic highs. Today, Japan is expected to break a 56-year record. Futures, a de-facto prediction of stockmarket performance before the market opens, were up over the weekend. This morning the actual…

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The EU and UK on Deal or No Deal

Imagine playing the TV show Deal or No Deal with your entire family. Not in the stands, giving you “advice”, but there on stage with you. You all have to make the choices together. For most families, it’d be a…

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Old Lady of Threadneedle Street hit by bull

Another day, another symbolic record high for a stockmarket. Yesterday it was the Dax at 13,000. Today the Dow at 23,000. One commentator complained on Twitter that he’d only just received his shipment of a “Dow 22,000” hat. Somebody else…

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How the eurozone will break up

Amazing what a bit of monetary policy can do to Germans. Their stockmarket index geknackt 13,000, as they say in Germany. It’s the same verb used when you’re gleefully cracking nuts at Christmas. It implies a scrumptious morsel is inside….

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Is foreign money evil or not?

Every few weeks I rant and rave about how the government can’t count. Endless examples of failed statistics gathering cross the news. But pundits don’t join the dots to their conclusion – generalised meaninglessness. It’s impossible to have an informed…

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Why central bankers can’t get inflation

In September I warned inflation is making a comeback. It’s central bankers’ age-old accountability mechanism. The reason quantitative easing (QE) never worked in the end. It’s not like we haven’t tried money printing. History is littered with examples of it….

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Recognising Catalonia… for what it is

Sitting at a red light, I saw a throng of Catalans huddled around a phone. They had flags on their backs. And they gave a cheer as the bus took off. Their leader had declared independence. Sort of. The independence…

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Watch out below this stock

Few bank scandals are surprising these days. Over the last few years we’ve discovered the banksters manipulated just about every financial asset price possible. Some even went to jail! A few years ago, a friend worked on the internal investigations…

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