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Long-term, a cottage will likely yield costs rather than returns, but it's more fun than a share certificate, writes John Heinzl, reporter and columnist for Globe Investor. RY
A recent bearish article on gold and silver has set Leonard Melman of Melman Minutes off, and here he explains why he believes the stampede will continue.
Currency pegs linking Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE to the US dollar have come into focus at banks, as comments from Qatar's central bank governor suggest that changes to longstanding fixed exchange rates are being considered, writes Gregor Stuart Hunter of The National.
While the financial system appears inoculated against a global crisis, emerging markets are increasingly vulnerable. And there's at least one scenario where a local crunch could trigger a global crisis, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak.
Investors who have a long-term strategy don't get blindsided by normal market gyrations, says Janet Brown of NoLoad FundX.