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 Germans vs the Horrorclown, October 2018

“The Italian Horrorclown”. That’s what Germany’s mainstream Der Spiegel newspaper called Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini late last week. The picture to go along with the story wasn’t flattering either. Meanwhile, Der Spiegel also found a Greek economist willing…

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Can you afford the next crisis?

Recessions happen. Financial crises happen. Markets crash. Currencies collapse. The odd thing, given how often it happens, is that people still don’t expect it. Are you expecting some sort of crash in coming years? A recession perhaps? This week’s The…

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The EU just gave it away

Since the Brexit negotiations began, I couldn’t work out why they were so acrimonious. Free trade is mutually beneficial. Restricting it is mutually harmful. What is there left to argue about? The answer comes from British intelligence. At least that’s…

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It’s the timing, not Turkey, that’s scary

Turkey’s crisis is nothing to worry about. Because if it wasn’t Turkey, it’d be someone else. What should worry you is the timing of the Turkish crisis. The world has barely embarked on quantitative tightening or interest rate increases. And…

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The problems with property

My attempt to move to London continues today. We’re currently thwarted by a disappearing visa agent and a steady stream of stabbings in the news. But the marriage certificate is making its way through the Japanese bureaucracy. My surname has…

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The only debt they will try to repay

Sovereign debt, corporate debt, margin lending, household debt, mortgage debt, consumer finance debt, student loan debt, and so on and so forth. Do you ever need to repay any of it? There are interest-only mortgages. Equity release can fund your…

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The immigration dupe fails, miserably

Yesterday we avoided the Boris Burka furore to talk about the mechanics of the Soviet Union’s internal trade settlement mechanism. Which is important because it explains how the eurozone will fail economically in the same way. Monetary unions may destroy…

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The sentence that dooms the euro

Acting Man’s blogger Pater Tenebrarum summarised the eurozone’s Target2 system with words that doom the euro: “TARGET-2 is a settlement system without a settlement mechanism.” Understand this sentence is the key that unlocks the death of the euro. And the…

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