J. David “Jerry” Dominelli's classic Ponzi fraud cheated investors out of $80m in the 1980s.
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Some pension savers being paid a regular income from their retirement funds could be heading for disaster.
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John Stepek talks to Jim Mellon ahead of the MoneyWeek Wealth Summit to get his views on some of the hottest topics in finance today.
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Laura Deming dropped out of MIT to set up a biotechnology fund to invest in companies tackling ageing.
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Today, Money Minute looks forward to the latest news on British house prices, plus inflation figures from both sides of the Atlantic.
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The Rotterdam-based Van der Vorm family is one of the world’s richest clans, but if it is known at all, it is renowned for its silence. A canny bet on spectacles provided its latest multibillion-dollar windfall.
The post Van der Vorm: the Dutch billionaires who keep schtum was first published on MoneyWeek.
As the days get shorter, burglars get busier. But there are simple steps you can take to guard your property.
The post How to protect your home from burglars was first published on MoneyWeek.
If you have invested in a private pension, just make sure you aren’t eroding your returns by paying hefty fees.
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The Genesis Emerging Markets Trust believes in thorough fieldwork when seeking out promising investments.
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John Stepek talks to fund manager Ed Heaven about political turmoil, ethical investing, and why ultimately human ingenuity will prevail.
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In today's Money Minute we get the latest on the UK labour market; a trading update from ITV; and look nervously towards Donald Trump's speech to the Economic Club of New York.
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Professional investor Hugo Are picks three UK stocks that offer an attractive yield and the prospect of income and capital growth.
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The US stockmarket has become totally detached from underlying profits of its constituent companies over the past three years.
The post Chart of the week: US stocks outrun profits was first published on MoneyWeek.
The 2020 US presidential election will have a massive impact on stockmarkets, reckon staff at Paul Tudor Jones’ investment firm
The post Paul Tudor Jones: investors can’t ignore elections was first published on MoneyWeek.
If you feel yourself getting swept up in the excitement of a new disruptive stock coming to market, watch out. Buying into an IPO nearly always involves losing money, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The post Want to lose all your money? Invest in an IPO was first published on MoneyWeek.
Today's Money Minute looks ahead to a week that includes GDP figures, employment data and inflation.
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The PPI mis-selling scandal is nearly over for the banks. But a new nightmare may be just about to begin.
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The changing political climate, particularly in the US, has put the idea of wealth taxes back on the agenda. But does this make economic sense?
The post The return of the wealth tax was first published on MoneyWeek.
As markets move back into "bull" mode, John Stepek looks at how the charts that matter most to the global economy have changed in the last week.
The post The charts that matter: markets are back in “bull” mode was first published on MoneyWeek.
With house prices continuing to climb more slowly than inflation or wages, the latest Halifax house price index is a further encouraging sign that the overheated market is returning to sanity.
The post Affordability improves as house prices continue their slow, sleepy decline was first published on MoneyWeek.
British startups are abandoning public stockmarkets and turning to deep-pocketed Silicon Valley venture capitalists for their investment needs.
The post The British equity market is shrinking was first published on MoneyWeek.
The euro is shaping up for a nice buy signal against the yen, says Dominic Frisby.
The post Currency Corner: it might be time to back the euro against the yen was first published on MoneyWeek.
Politicians of every hue have committed to throwing vast sums of money at their voters. Rampant inflation will eventually make them stop. But for now, says John Stepek, it's sent markets into party mode.
The post Governments have got the message – right or left, a spending binge is coming your way was first published on MoneyWeek.
Bankers and investors are worried that an unprecedented hurricane in the form of Jeremy Corbyn could be hurtling their way on 12 December.
The post UK stocks fear Hurricane Corbyn was first published on MoneyWeek.
The award-winning Alpine A110 is now faster and even more exciting to drive.
The post Alpine A110 – a superlative sports car was first published on MoneyWeek.
From an 18th-century thatched stone cottage in Perthshire, to a refurbished houseboat in London's Poplar Dock Marina, eight of the best houses for around £300,000.
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From a surfing hotspot in Portugal to a wildlife retreat in Sydney, Australia, Chris Carter picks four eco-resorts.
The post Four quirky eco-resorts was first published on MoneyWeek.
2018 Fleurie, La Roilette Grab a case of this pedigree specimen and you will be amazed at the breeding on display.
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MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
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Today's Money Minute looks ahead to Germany's trade balance figures, and to the confidence of America's consumers.
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