There are three reasons the stock market will end the year significantly higher, JPMorgan Chief Investment Strategist Tom Lee says.
OP: Australians have been " played for mugs " by bad people. Australian PM Tony Abbott ( now former) has said that Australians have been “played for mugs” by “bad people” and the government would no longer give “the benefit of doubt” when it comes to immigration, residency, welfare and citizenship. “It’s clear to me, that for too long, we have given those who might be a threat to our country the benefit of the doubt,” he said. “There’s been the benefit of the doubt at our borders, the benefit of the doubt for residency, the benefit of the doubt for citizenship and the benefit of the doubt at Centrelink. “And in the courts, there has been bail, when clearly there should have been jail. “We are a free and fair nation. But that doesn’t mean we should let bad people play us for mugs, and all too often they have: Well, that’s going to stop.” Abbott said Australia was working to degrade “the Islamist death cult” and “as a country, we won’t let evil people exploit our freedom”.