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The most useful websites increase productivity and help you learn new skills. The websites listed solve at least one problem really well.
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Renergen’s Tetra4 to produce Helium Rich Gas in Virginia

Project Name Virginia Gas Project Location South Africa: - 187,427 hectares of exploration...
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Identifying the Best Investment Books

In 1727, a twenty-one-year-old apprentice arranged a convention of 11 of his fellow artisans and tradesmen, the "Leather Apron Club", to form...

Archegos implodes as banks pull the plug

It is now a few months since the market was ratt§led by the fire-sale closure of international banks' risk positions held as collateral for...

Why Warren Buffett shifted his holdings in newspapers.

At the age of 13, Warren Buffett started in the newspaper business, delivering The Washington Post on a paper route. He got...

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10 key elements to include in a Pitch

This is part of a series of articles helping you, as a Business Starter, to communicate information, and in particular to improve...
Map of the Assets of Fury Gold Mines

FURY Gold Mines

Fury Gold Mines Limited (FURY) is a TSX and NYSE listed Canada-focused high-grade gold explorer/developer led by Tim Clark (CEO). 
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Different Types of Business Starter Funding

All right. You're not building a startup, where expenses are someone else's problem, you are building a business. Which means you've actually figured out...
The value of stocks and shares and any dividend income, may fall as well as rise, and is not guaranteed so you may get back less than you invested. You should not invest any money you can’t afford to lose and should not rely on any dividend income to meet your living expenses. Stocks listed on overseas exchanges may be subject to additional dealing and exchange rate charges, administrative costs, withholding taxes, different accounting and reporting standards, may have other tax implications, and may not provide the same, or any, regulatory protection. Exchange rate charges may adversely affect the value of shares in sterling terms, and you could lose money in sterling even if the stock rises in the currency of origin. Any performance statistics that do not adjust for exchange rate changes are likely to result in inaccurate real returns for sterling-based UK investors