Google, Facebook and Amazon…these are all household names. Flushed with cash and ambition to grow, all three continue to become a larger part of our lives. But what might surprise you are the roots of…
Sorry Donald. Angela is not listening. Instead of bowing to pressure, Germany’s Angela Merkel is not blocking Huawei equipment from their 5G rollout.
Today, you have the world at your fingertips. You can work from anywhere. You can find answers to almost any question. But it’s just the beginning.
The only reason the YES Network is up for sale is because Disney needs to cut the fat. Too bad. It was Disney’s most valuable regional sports channel. And now it might go for pittance.
Be cautious. Often the Street and the mainstream will suggest something that turns out to be completely wrong. Take Facebook, Inc. [NASDAQ:FB] for example…
These are the rules of the game. And we can’t change them, for now at least. So, with all this in mind, where should you be looking in the market today?
The Big Four Australian banks are too powerful. The Big Four have unfair advantages over the rest. And it’s thanks to the ever-dutiful regulators.
Blue or red, both use fear and crisis to increase their power. Whether that’s to watch over the American people or to interfere in industry. Just look at what Trump is doing to Huawei…
Right now, two things are making Trump upset. Higher interest rates and a strong dollar. Both of which are conveniently out of his control.
Debt is a scary thing. Especially since most of us in debt are paying interest on top of interest. For the government though, debt seems pretty OK. Or at least, that’s how some think.
Over in the US, Trump has made this a big topic. He’s pushing US telecommunication firms to roll out 5G as soon as possible. Trump is even talking about 6G already.
It goes without saying, investors should be buying quality. Surely, we should be trying to buy good businesses all the time? But there’s a problem.
This is nothing short of mind-boggling. Sales continue to climb, yet Uber continues to post losses. Why? Clearly, the company is dropping prices to maintain their market share. Here’s why this strategy isn’t sustainable…
No crowed cities. No family quibbles. No money. No private ownership. And here’s the best part, we put all the smart people in charge. This is the utopia Thomas More describes in his book.