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The Plan

1. I'm willing to risk at least 50%, while looking for at least 5X return on overall portfolio.
2. Buy at support, or a massive sell-off. Focus accumulation of uranium miners employing ISR techniques, gold miners with unique properties, royalty gold stocks, and firms with top management.
3. If any position doubles in value, sell half.
4. Hold the rest till top of market. For uranium miners, this is at least a price per pound of $140 in the uranium market; for gold, it depends: need to see a new international monetary agreement and some type of resolution to the global sovereign debt crisis.
5. Exit uranium if China and India back off nuclear.
6. Possibly exit on change of management.
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» Angola maintains rate as credit shrinks, inflation rises
May 30, 2015 - by InformedTrades
Angola's central bank maintained its benchmark Basis Interest Rate (BNAS) at 9.25 percent, citing a contraction in credit but accelerating inflation.
The National Bank of Angola (BNA), which raised its rate by 25 basis points in March, said credit issued to the economy contracted by 0.24 precent in April but was still up by 1.95 percent in cumulative terms this year.
Angola's consumer price inflation rate rose to an annual 8.23 percent in April from 7.87 percent in March, with a 0.36 percentage point rise in food and non-alcoholic beverages the largest contributor.
The BNA, whose monetary policy committee met on May 29, added that the average exchange rate of the kwanza to the U.S. dollar depreciated by 1.21 percent in April from March, for a rate of 109.293 kwanza to the dollar.

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» [text] Stocks Still Have Some Room to Grow - Context | AB
May 30, 2015 - by InformedTrades
https://blog.abglobal.com/en/2015/05...om-to-grow.htm

"From a long-term perspective, traditional valuation metrics for developed-market equities seem more or less neutral today (Display), although they vary regionally. US stocks, for example, are trading at the very high end of their historical valuation range.Still, we don’t see much evidence of a bubble in equities, such as companies aggressively steering capital into low-return-potential investments. We do expect more modest returns going forward, but there are cases to be made against a more pessimistic view—and even an overly optimistic view.As we look out on the horizon, there’s a wide range of potential outcomes for equity returns. An annualized return of around 6% over the next 10 years would fall somewhere in the middle of that range of outcomes. That return would be lower than a “typical” equity return of 9%.How might this type of scenario play out? Lower inflation and lower corporate earnings growth would play a role in driving below-normal equity returns—but not the biggest role. The primary driver would be normalization in the relationship among economic growth, corporate profitability and interest rates."
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» [text] Russia offers to discuss BRICS prototype of SWIFT global system — RT Business
May 29, 2015 - by InformedTrades
http://rt.com/business/263161-russia...ift-prototype/

"The Central Bank of Russia (CBR) has proposed a discussion about establishing an analogue to the SWIFT global network for transmission of financial information that processes $6 trillion worth of communiqués daily."Seriously speaking, there is no analogue to SWIFT at the moment in the world, it is unique. The only topic that may be of interest to all of us within BRICS is to consider and talk over the possibility of setting up a system that would apply to the BRICS countries, used as a backup," said Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Olga Skorobogatova on Friday."
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» Central Bank News Link List - May 29, 2015: G7 unconcerned about latest bond market volatility – source
May 28, 2015 - by InformedTrades
Here's today's Central Bank News' link list,click throughif you missed the previous link list. The list comprises news about central banks that is not covered by Central Bank News. The list is updated during the day with the latest developments so readers don't miss any important news.

www.CentralBankNews.info


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» Fiji holds rate, notes rising imports, Australia slowdown
May 28, 2015 - by InformedTrades
Fiji's central bank maintained its benchmark Overnight Policy Rate at 0.5 percent but cautioned that rising imports in connection with an expanding economy coupled with a likely slowdown in Fiji's key trading partners, particularly Australia, could "weaken our external position."
The Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF), which has held its rate steady since November 2011, said all sectors of the economy were performing positively and economic activity was continuing to strengthen, propelled by increased consumption and investment.
Currently, the RBF's dual mandate remains stable, RBF Governor Barry Whiteside said in a statement, noting that inflation eased to 1.5 percent in April from 2.4 percent in March while foreign reserves amounted to some $1.877 billion as of May 28 compared with some $1.857 billion at the end of April.

The Reserve Bank of Fiji issued the following statement:



"At its monthly meeting on 28 May, the Reserve Bank of Fiji Board decided to maintain the Overnight Policy Rate at 0.5 percent.
In conveying the decision, the Governor and Chairman of the Board, Mr Barry Whiteside highlighted that, performances across all sectors of the economy were positive, buoyed by the favourable financial conditions. While a slowdown in private sector credit was noted in February and March, the momentum picked up again in April. Economic activity continues to strengthen backed by increased consumption and investment.
Mr Whiteside added that, “risks from rising import demand associated with a growing economy coupled with a likely slowdown in Fiji’s key trading partner economies, particularly Australia, could weaken our external position.”
Currently the dual mandate of the Bank remains stable. Inflation slowed to 1.5 percent in April from 2.4 percent in March, owing to lower fuel prices while foreign reserves are currently (28 May) around $1,877 million, sufficient to cover 4.7 months of retained imports of goods and non-factor services.
The Chairman reiterated that, the Bank will continue to closely monitor economic developments for any potential risks to the Bank’s twin objectives and align monetary policy accordingly.

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