As investors, we study the trends. The more research we do and the more experience we have, the stronger our convictions become.
Here in NZ, we lock people out of housing. We have the lowest rates of home ownership since just after the Second World War. And it’s starting to show.
Why am I still hunting shares in electric utilities? I feel about electricity the same way I feel about salmon. Limited stocks, production difficulties, and growing world demand.
Banking stocks are not always the stable, blue-chip front runners many investors assume. They are subject to volatility like any other stock.
Today we start a new Lunar Year — the Year of the Pig. They say 2019 is a good year to make money and to invest, because the pig attracts success.
Since I fly Air NZ, I’ve always wanted to own a piece of the airline [NZX:AIR]. Now, at the time of writing, the share price is down over 10%.
As investors, you and I simply need to understand how and where to invest. Let’s look at some of the key trends set to impact on asset prices in 2019.
With a global job crunch coming, I urgently want to let you know why financial independence is such a worthwhile goal.
Interest rates are looking stable, but there’s another more sinister risk looming…It only takes one thing to go wrong and it can spiral out of control.