Dominic Frisby's Contributions

It's Time to Bet Against the Pound and Back the Dollar

The pound is currently rallying against the US dollar. But that won't last long. Dominic Frisby explains why, and looks at where both currencies are headed next.

How Much Further Will Markets Fall?

Markets are in full-blown capitulation mode. Sooner or later they will bottom out, but when? Dominic Frisby looks at how far markets are likely to fall before buyers return.

How Far Will Gold Fall?

Gold has taken a hammering recently. But don't panic, says Dominic Frisby. We've seen these sorts of falls before and we'll see them again in the future. Gold's long-term bull market is intact. If you haven't already got gold, this could be a great opportunity.

The Gap Between Rich and Poor Explained in 3 Minutes

Despite every effort by governments, the gap between rich and poor continues to grow. It is now the biggest it has even been in history. All sorts of reasons for this have been proffered, but few, however, seem to realise that is a simple, inevitable consequence of our system of money and credit. This video from Dominic Frisby explains ...

The Most Dangerous Bubble of All

With rock-bottom interest rates and sky-high prices, developed-world government bonds are not just in a bull market, they are firmly in bubble territory. Dominic Frisby looks at what's going on, and what will happen when the bond bubble pops.

What Does the Future Hold for the Pound?

The foreign exchange markets have been busy lately, as the dollar stages a rally and the euro contines to self-destruct. But sterling has been keeping a low profile, says Dominic Frisby. Here, he looks at what drives the pound's moves in the markets, and where it might go from here.

Britain’s Secret House Price Crash

On the face of it, Britain's house prices are holding up remarkably well. But measured in 'real money' - ounces of gold - prices have in fact fallen by 80%. And they could yet fall another 60%. Dominic Frisby explains why.

Is it Time to Exit the Markets? This Signal Says Yes

Stock markets are enjoying something of a rally at the moment. But for only the third time in 15 years, a reliable warning signal has gone off. It is telling you to get out. Dominic Frisby explains why, and where you might put your money instead.

Are Western Stock Markets Following in Japan's Footsteps?

Stock markets have rallied after the recent sell off. But with the underlying problems in the economy unresolved, and bad debts plaguing the banking sector, we could be following Japan into a long drawn-out slump, says Dominic Frisby.

How Much Higher Could Gold Go?

Gold has been getting a lot of attention in the mainstream press recently, which suggests it's due a breather. But in the long run, £1,000 an ounce could be just the beginning. Dominic Frisby takes a look at just how high the price of gold could go from here.

The Best Currency to Hold in Troubled Times

The eurozone crisis just keeps getting worse. So how has the euro managed to remain so strong? Simple, says Dominic Frisby. Most of its rival currencies look awful too. So what can an investor do to protect their wealth?

Are We Heading for a Repeat of the 2008 Crash?

Greece is being described as Europe’s ‘Lehman Brothers’ moment. So could we be heading for a repeat of the 2008 crash? Several major asset classes are certainly behaving that way. Dominic Frisby investigates.

How Dodgy Salesmen Are Destroying Gold Mining Stocks

So far, 2011 has been another good year for gold. Yet the same can’t be said for gold mining stocks. There are several reasons why, from the weak dollar to the popularity of exchange-traded funds. But one of the main problems is the mining companies’ tendency to fall for slick sales patter, reckons Dominic Frisby.

What the ‘70s Bull Run Can Teach Us About Today’s Gold Market

The price of gold has been rising for a decade. The last time we saw a run like this was in the 1970s. By the time it was over, the gold price had risen by a factor of 25. Dominic Frisby looks at today's gold market, and asks what we can learn from the '70s.

Gold Will Hit £1,000 An Ounce By October

In terms of the US dollar, gold has been slipping back since touching its record high of $1,575 an ounce. But it's a different story in sterling. The price of gold continues its rise, and will hit £1,000 an ounce before the year is out, says Dominic Frisby.

The US Dollar is Cheap – but it Could Get Cheaper

The US dollar has been so cheap for so long now, that it's tempting to think it must be due a rally. How likely is that? asks Dominic Frisby. Here, he looks at the state of the greenback, and what the future might hold.

How Far Will Silver and Gold Fall?

Until recently, the price of gold was making regular new records, while silver's performance was breathtaking. But now both metals are off their peaks and, in the case of silver, have fallen dramatically. So how much further will their prices fall? Dominic Frisby investigates.

Government Outlines Its Economic Policy

A light-hearted cartoon depicting the government's latest economic policy.

$50 Silver: Sell, Sell, Sell?

The price of silver is meeting some resistance as it heads up towards $50 an ounce - a high it hasn't touched since 1980. So does that mean it's time for investors to sell? Dominic Frisby looks at what the future might hold for this most volatile of precious metals.

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