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Today, I get the chance to respond to some of the fantastic letters you’ve sent over the past couple weeks.
Bitcoin is the most famous cryptocurrency on the planet. So why are banks and governments so eager to kill it off? What’s the catch here?
In the past week, the value of bitcoin has crumpled. It’s gone from $9,500 per coin to under $7,500 a coin in roughly five days. We’ll cover why the downturn occurred…
While bitcoin’s price keeps fluctuating, we are seeing more companies and people flowing into blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin.
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, has just issued an ominous challenge to cryptos: banks might soon start issuing their own digital currencies.
There’s nothing quite as polarising as cryptocurrency. You could survey 100 people; most wouldn’t be able to name anything outside of bitcoin.
If the fire alarm is pulled, and everyone rushes for the escape, how would you fare? Would you make it out alive?
The Fed were planning to ‘normalise’ monetary policy very slowly. They didn’t expect much turbulence. The truth is that it’s not shaping out to be that way. Markets have been jolting all year.
Come the next crisis, our problems will intensify. Tax revenues will plummet. Deficits will grow to $2 trillion a year in 2019 or 2020.
With the new ‘shared ownership’ plan, folks can come in with whatever deposit they have…and can get basically whatever house they want…
It shocked me when I first heard that some New Zealanders do this. It goes against every rule of investing — don’t put all your eggs in one basket…
Once upon a time, in a beautiful country…there was a shortage of homes. In stepped a benevolent authority figure. He reckoned he could sort this mess out. Here’s that country today…
Landlords will pass on the cost of letting to tenants via rent…or via some other fee. But a significant change has been made…one that throws a wrench in this argument.
Renters in Mount Maunganui are being kicked out of properties to make room for Airbnb guests. Here’s why the local council needs to stay out of it.
How many hours of your time do things cost? The facts are astonishing…And they give credence to the millennial whinging about how baby boomers had it easier.
We have a bubble economy, not an economy on a solid footing of rising wages, productivity, sales, and profits. The boom we have enjoyed is largely fake.
Trade Me’s share price has risen again to hit a new high of $6.38. This comes as the bidding war over the company heats up.