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LionGold's gold reserves less than thought

But new technical report sees 96% hike in free cash

Jesse Livermore’s Trading Rules Written in 1940

For the Love of Money

In my last year on Wall Street my bonus was $3.6 million — and I was angry because it wasn’t big enough. I was 30 years old, had no children to raise, no debts to pay, no philanthropic goal in mind. I wanted more money for exactly the same reason an alcoholic needs another drink: I was addicted.

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Blumont to bid for Australia’s Genesis

Blumont Group is launching an all-share bid for all of Australia-listed miner Genesis Resources, the products sterilisation company turned mining holding company announced yesterday.

Quah Su-Ling: Pressure from plaintiff behind high volumes

Interactive Brokers suing Ipco CEO and clients for $79m in losses

Offshore broker’s role in penny stock crash

Court papers filed by US firm shed disturbing light on stock trio debacle

Sidestepping SGX’s elephant in the room: Listing committee

The proposed changes reported in The Business Times on Thursday (“Independent body for listing mulled”) in response to the penny-stock crash last October all look good on paper. They include the setting up of a listing committee, tighter listing rules and greater enforcement powers for the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

JES International hits pay dirt with mining firm

Shares up 26% after Mineriver found to have estimated resources of more than US$500b

WE Holdings plans rights cum warrants issue to raise up to S$39.4m

WE Holdings is planning to raise between S$12.7 million to S$39.4 million in a proposed rights cum warrants issue to fund expan sion into cement business in Myanmar, coal business and working capital requirements.

Capital flows to rebalance from Asia to developed markets this year

Rebalancing will be the theme for the global economy this year, with a strengthening recovery in developed markets drawing attention and capital away from Asia, analysts say in their annual forecasts for the year ahead.

Sidestepping SGX’s elephant in the room: Listing committee

The proposed changes reported in The Business Times on Thursday (“Independent body for listing mulled”) in response to the penny-stock crash last October all look good on paper. They include the setting up of a listing committee, tighter listing rules and greater enforcement powers for the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

Offshore broker’s role in penny stock crash

Court papers filed by US firm shed disturbing light on stock trio debacle

A tale of fangs and blood-letting

Wolf Of Wall Street lays bare the pitfalls awaiting those who succumb to greed and envy

Surging orders give shipbuilders hope

Mainland builders see pick-up in dry bulk demand, boosting chances of a brighter 2014

Goldman unit denies stock dump

A Goldman Sachs Group Inc unit denied dumping a Singapore private wealth client's shares that it held as collateral and said that it is still owed money.

Independent body for listing mulled

Public consultation on SGX market regulation review expected soon

How long can pennies lead the market?

How long can pennies lead the market?

What the short-sellers may have known

Key investors in 3 penny counters may be linked to price rise and fall

Blumont cancels US$38m proposed acquisition of Hudson Minerals

Singapore's Blumont Group Ltd , which suffered a sudden implosion in its share price in October, has canceled its proposed acquisition of Hudson Minerals Holdings Pte Ltd, which has interests in an Indonesian iron ore exploration company.