by Shaun McDade | May 11, 2016 | All Articles, All International News Articles, Commentary, Shaun McDade
In 1977, just prior to “The King’s” untimely passing, 170 people were earning a living as Elvis Presley impersonators worldwide. Twenty years later, their number had increased to 85,000 and experts were predicting that, by 2019, half the world’s population would be Elvis impersonators. See what happened there? In spite of the fact that much of their output
by Mark Margetts-Smith | Feb 26, 2016 | All Articles, All International News Articles, New Model Advisor
Wall Street posted solid gains on Thursday amid optimism on the economy after data indicated weakness in manufacturing may be easing while crude oil showed further signs of stabilising. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 1.29% to end at 16,697 points and the S&P 500 rallied 1.13% to 1,952, its highest close since early January.
by Mark Margetts-Smith | Jan 20, 2016 | All Articles, All International News Articles, New Model Advisor
Update: The FTSE 100 has fallen by 4%, dropping firmly into bear market territory as the oil price suffered another steep fall. The UK blue-chip index fell 235 points, or 4%, lower at 5,641 as a slump in US markets at the open sparked a renewed drop on the FTSE 100. That represents a fall of more than
by Joanne Baynham | Dec 8, 2015 | All Articles, All International News Articles, Joanne Baynham, Podcast
Podcast – December 7, 2015: Joanne Baynham on FMR Radio in South Africa, discussing the markets as a whole. [Source: FMR Radio – South Africa – December 7, 2015]
by Armin Diem | Dec 1, 2015 | All Articles, Armin Diem, FMR Radio, Podcast
Podcast: Armin Diem’s recent Radio slot on FMR in South Africa, discussing the markets and taking a look forward.