You are being watched. By Facebook. By Google. By digital eyes and ears everywhere. The big question is whether you should be happy about it.
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There’s nothing quite as polarising as cryptocurrency. You could survey 100 people; most wouldn’t be able to name anything outside of bitcoin.
The American dollar is a success because we have a strong and stable system. But is it really? We go behind the myth, and what we find isn’t pretty.
Any attention that the mainstream has given blockchain has been mostly negative. It’s too new…too radical…too different…and for many, too hard to understand.
The excitement has died down…or at least that’s what it looks like on the surface. While crypto prices are barely moving, there is a lot going on in the background.
From cryptocurrencies to gold, there’s never been a better time to be an investor. But be warned: it’s a wild jungle of opportunity and risk out there.
Central bankers usually add gold to their reserves to diversify, and to provide a hedge against inflation. According to Bloomberg, central banks now hold about a fifth of the gold ever mined.
The world has flattened even further. It means that we’re at another turning point in the world of international business. And it’s going to have significant impacts on your life and your investments.
Stagflation is a concept that boggles the mind. It’s about high inflation, yet stagnant wages. What does it mean for the future of America?
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.
Very rarely do you find a situation where one person orders a service and someone else is bound to pay it. With letting fees, that’s the unfortunate case.
Frustratingly, it seems like the mainstream media have only one side of the argument to offer — that houses have nowhere to go but up.
When an expert on mobile tech predicts a big shake-up, we listen. Because a change in mobile likely affects more people than a change in any other tech sector.
KiwiBuild has started to roll. What many believed would be the silver bullet to New Zealand’s housing crisis has been disappointing.
The Sky Network Television Limited [NZX:SKT] share price has dived by 2.8%. Sky — founded in 1987 — is New Zealand’s largest pay-per-view satellite TV provider.
Today I wanted to discuss why jumping into technology stocks now, could be a great decision. Of course, you’ll have to pick the right ones. Let’s get into it…
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a potential money-laundering scheme and an unusual gold mine in Peru. Lots of juicy details regarding the recent liquidation of insurance company CBL.