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Richard Bolton

Richard Bolton was born in the UK and is a Manchester University PPE graduate. He is a financial planner. Areas of intrigue include global political affairs, culture and nascent technologies. In his spare time, Richard is a keen sportsman and investor.
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Theresa May: Less Thatcher, More Major

Theresa May’s resignation speech was teary-eyed and emotional. She showed the country and the world she really loved this country and swept aside media attempts to...

Theresa May – The Embodiment of True Conservatism

Theresa May announced she will resign as leader of the Conservative Party on 7TH June. She will still welcome Donald Trump 3RD June as Prime Minister...

May Resigns: What Next for the UK?

It may be little more than mere speculation and conjecture from this point forwards, with little more clarity than back in June 2016. Boris Johnson, Dominic...

Who’s Better for the Economy: Ordinary People or Billionaires?

A war on wealth has begun. In the UK, its the Labour Party's dogwhistling. Our American cousins face the rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...

Stocks On Steroids

Galbraith’s seminal work “The Great Crash 1929” is prescient for investors braving the market turmoil in 2019 not only because of its articulate presentation...

If I’m Betting On British Petroleum, then I’m betting on oil rising – right?

When it comes to investing in commodities like the energy sector in today's environment, one thing that a lot of people don't appreciate enough is the...

Resistance Is Real And If We Let It, It Will Take Over Everything

Viktor Frankel once said, “Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.” We all represent a cause, no matter...

The Fragile Carmaker’s Alliance

It used to be said that a Renault atop a hill was a miracle and two Renaults atop a hill was a mirage. But gone...

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