About two hours into dinner he said something that shocked me. He said that he thinks ‘investing is essentially gambling.’
Today, I get the chance to respond to some of the fantastic letters you’ve sent over the past couple weeks.
Trade Me Group Ltd’s share price has surged today by over 2%.Trade Me is New Zealand’s most popular auction platform — listing everything from property to cars to pets.
In the US, we’ve just heard that President Trump has alarming plans for what we believe will be one of the biggest trends of the next decade — 5G.
Pushpay is a Kiwi company which provides software to the non-profit sector. Today, following a period of downturn, their NZX share price has rebounded by over 5%.
Here at Money Morning New Zealand, we feel that the responsible message is caution. Be cautious with your funds. Don’t overexpose yourself…because things could get hairy in a blink of the eye.
Metro Performance Glass is a 30-year-old New Zealand glass supply company with over 900 employees. Yesterday morning its NZX share price opened at 40 cents, down from 54 cents on Friday.
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…
Yamaha, big-time Japanese manufacturer, has just bought $12 million worth of shares in a tiny Tauranga-based start-up called Robotics Plus.
Like that one uncle whose hip starts to hurt when it’s about to rain, folks are starting to feel that something ain’t right. We believe that uneasiness is well-founded… Here’s why.
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.
Today, Trade Me received a $2.5 billion takeover offer. British private-equity firm Apax Partners made a proposal of $6.40 per share.
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…
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.