Why Bernie Sanders would be bad for the U.S. economy

A brief summary of why Bernie Sanders finding his way into the U.S. presidency would be bad for the U.S. economy.

A few of my suggestions to perhaps make housing more affordable

Over recent years, one of the major stories reported by news channels has been the rise in house prices. In the UK, with the average salary being around £25,000 and the average house price rapidly approaching £200,000, it is incontestable that the majority of the general populace will not be able to buy a property.… Continue reading A few of my suggestions to perhaps make housing more affordable

Lessons learnt from a 15 year old’s voyage into the financial markets

Having traded the financial markets in my holidays, and having made a little over five figures in that time, I feel that not only have I found a gratifying pastime, but also that my knowledge about financial markets has been vastly increased, from many mornings spent watching Bloomberg on a TV screen. The gains have been marvellous, the losses… Continue reading Lessons learnt from a 15 year old’s voyage into the financial markets

How I think we can reduce absolute poverty

There is no denying that poverty is an absolute cancer of society. The fact that even one person does not have the resources necessary to sustain life is categorically abhorrent, let alone millions. Some say that absolute poverty will always exist, but to that, I quote the prominent lecturer Charles Aked, who said that “the… Continue reading How I think we can reduce absolute poverty