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Could Brexit Be the Beginning of a Brave New World?

Brexit could be the beginning of a brave new world, in which trade becomes freer and business becomes less burdened by taxes and regulations. The only politician here who is talking about such "radical" ideas is Trump, but he is gaining traction, as did the "leavers" in the UK. There is room for hope.

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Going Cashless Is Snowballing Around the World

Love it or hate it, cash is playing an increasingly less important role in society. In some ways this is great news for consumers. The rise of mobile and electronic payments means faster, convenient, and more efficient purchases in most instances...However, there is also a darker side in the shift to a cashless society. Governments and central banks have a different rationale behind the elimination of cash transactions, and as a result, the so-called “war on cash” is on.

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Digix: This New Crypto-currency Is Backed By Gold!

Gold investors have been slow and cautious to adopt crypto-currencies such as bitcoin seeing them as false competition to real money such as gold and silver. The major argument from gold bugs has been that bitcoin is not backed by anything tangible [but] that has all changed with the recent introduction of Digix - the gold standard in peer-to-peer digital assets because it is literally backed by gold.

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10 Attractive Dividend Paying Stocks For the Long Haul

This article presents 10 Dividend Contenders that I considered most attractive based on valuation and forecast long-term earnings and dividend growth. Hopefully, there is something here for every reader depending upon their own unique investment goals and objectives.

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Here’s What the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement Is All About

On October 4, the 12 trading partners in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, United States and Vietnam - reached agreement after tough negotiations lasting 7 years...an agreement impacting countries that account for 40% of global GDP and 26% of world trade. What kind of an agreement is TTP? Read on!

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