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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

T Boone Pickens: the maverick who shook up Big Oil

T Boone Pickens, who died recently aged 91, was a shareholder activist before it was cool and made billions of dollars in the oil trade before becoming an unlikely proponent of green energy.
The post T Boone Pickens: the maverick who shook up Big Oil was first published on MoneyWeek.

Currency Corner: is it comeback time for the pound?

Everyone knows the pound is undervalued, says Dominic Frisby. But once Brexit is sorted, it will rally. And we are looking down the barrel of that now.
The post Currency Corner: is it comeback time for the pound? was first published on MoneyWeek.

Can you buy performance art?

You might have thought performance art was a fleeting experience that could not be bought. Turns out that's not true. Chris Carter looks at what you can get for your cash.
The post Can you buy performance art? was first published on MoneyWeek.

How to cope with a market that feels extremely fragile

The world feels very fragile at the moment. As though a lot of things could go wrong. But there is still plenty to be bullish about, says John Stepek. Here's how you as an investor should tackle things.
The post How to cope with a market that feels extremely fragile was first published on MoneyWeek.