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Lessons for a 7-year-old By Richard Cluver It was with a sense of deja vu that I wrote last month of the inevitability of a global economic catastrophe sometime within the next 14 years. The expression is, of course derived from the French, meaning “already seen.” When it occurs, it seems to spark our memory of a […]


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A Crisis ahead of usBy Richard CluverI sometimes wonder whether our readers read all the way to the end of this publication which regularly exceeds 20 pages in length and, if you were one who did not you might well have missed a graph which has haunted me for the past four weeks? Dealing with […]


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The Investor July 2018

We launch ShareFinder 6  By Richard Cluver Business and social commitments mean that in recent years I have been increasingly on the move across this planet that we all call home, which is why in the first place I began development of the ShareFinder asset management system for my own personal use: to allow me […]


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Coping with the dreaded Capital Gains Tax My January column in which I analysed in depth the iniquity of Capital Gains Taxation which, the world over, generates comparatively little revenue for governments but dramatically hamstrings investors and entrepreneurs from making the most efficient capital growth decisions, has produced a lively discussion. The bottom line was […]


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