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Shopping At Yedjele Beach

If the title of this review conjures up visions of hotels, restaurants, bars, boutiques and nightclubs along the beach-front – visions of Copacabana, Ipanema and Bondi – then you may be disappointed with Yedjélé Beach. 243 more words


Day 58: The FT podcast

I’m not one of those people that buys the Financial Times or indeed tries to make sure I’m seen reading it, but I was told a couple of the podcasts are worth a listen for something different. 20 more words

Cadence Column: Asia, February 27, 2017

Americans love flags. The over-sized flag, the “Star Spangled Banner”, was a strategic tool of Fort McHenry at the Battle of Baltimore and the US national anthem itself is named after the flag. 530 more words


Former Fed Chairman: Ron Paul was Right About Gold Standard, Central Banks

By Whitney Webb at trueactivist.com

Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1987 to 2006, told the World Gold Council that “if the gold standard were in place today, we would not have reached the situation in which we now find ourselves” 807 more words


50 years in the making – from 3d to £1: the story behind the new £1 coin

In just a few weeks, Britain’s one pound coin will undergo a major makeover. The familiar round pound will change to become bi-metallic and 12-sided and will also have several new security features. 255 more words

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ActivTrades: Enhanced Client Protection

You cannot start investing if you do not have a brokerage account. So one of the most important investment decisions you will make has nothing to do with stocks, commodities or currency trading. 103 more words


24 February 2017 - Bonds Reverse? Gold is up.

My prediction worked out right for oil and especially gas. Gold rallied by 1.5% during the week and I made back my losses in oil and gained more as well. 306 more words