Michael Hill International Ltd [NZX:MHJ] has seen a fall of over 2% on the New Zealand Stock Exchange as trading closed yesterday.
As the skies darken and the outlook grows dim, will we be armed and ready? Or will we be the ones who end up cold, damp and penniless?
For the first time in a decade, the Auckland property market is bleeding red. You shouldn’t be surprised…we’ve been predicting this outcome for at least six months now..
Perhaps you might think that you’re past this point in life…Your career is over…And you’re ready to put things on autopilot…But I think that would be a fatal mistake.
From an economist’s perspective, this emerging economy is on a remarkable trajectory…outclassing cruisers like China or India.
New Zealand’s economy has me scratching my head. As our peers have developed straight through the commercial, industrial and post-industrial stages, NZ has managed to hold on to an agricultural society.
When the publisher suggested that Kiwis are conservative investors, either in terms of portfolio risk or ethics, I was dubious. You’ve got Kiwis out there right now buying houses.
There’s an interesting trend happening before our eyes…one apparent across nearly all industries…and it’s probably not good for you. It’s the ‘spurt’ world we now live in.
It’s an emerging idea that we’ve kept a close eye on. Not because we’re personally interested in the product…but because we’ve seen the remarkable returns that cannabis legalisation can bring investors.
Here at Money Morning New Zealand, we watch out for both positive and negative black-swan events…because we believe they can seriously affect your wealth.
If the fire alarm is pulled, and everyone rushes for the escape, how would you fare? Would you make it out alive?
I only have a limited view of what’s been going on over at Air NZ. Today we’ll relay what your fellow readers sent in. And you be the judge!
From my office in Auckland, I can take no less than nine different types of transportation to get to my home. Nine! So, naturally enough, I’m curious…how do they stack up?
Explaining how money works can be simple, and yet most analyses I read are chock-full of jargon and academic terms.