100 years ago, World War I ended with 37 million people dead. Have we learned the hard lessons since then? Or is history simply doomed to repeat itself?
China’s economy has been a powerhouse in recent years.
But times are a changing and China, for better or worse, is a subject of heated debate.
Are there investment opportunities to be still had from China, and how will they affect your wealth at home? Find out here.
It doesn’t matter whether you voted for Bush, Obama or Trump. We’re stuck in a cycle of Deep State politics. And there seems to be no way out of it.
Americans generally believe that the economy under Trump is galloping along at a fantastic pace. Sadly, that’s not the truth.
Trump is at war with the US Federal Reserve over the issue of interest rates. How high is too high? And how low is too low? Here’s the inconvenient truth.
Boy would I love to be a Chinese investor. Their market doesn’t go up as much as ours. And sometimes it drops A WHOLE LOT. But this is the attraction.
The general rule is high interest rates slow an economy and low interest rates speed it up. China’s priority is the latter. To most, this seems foolhardy.
The Comvita Ltd [NZX:CVT] share price has dived by over 3% today. This coincides with fresh talk about new cross-border e-commerce rules.
New tariffs will make it more expensive for China to import waste material from the US to recycle. Yet this comes at a time when the recycling industry is already in trouble.
Not many people regret building a multi-billion-dollar company. Jack Ma said he would rather go back to his teaching days, where he was earning US$13.26 a month.
What should you look for in tech stocks? Should you look at revenue growth? Profitability? Maybe looking at the addressable market is a good idea?
In many respects, China is far more digital than the West. Their ecommerce industry is just as big, and potentially more important.
Believe it or not, the wage of the average American has risen by only 13 cents an hour annually since the beginning of this century. Here’s why.
Start saving and invest early on! This means nothing if you’re on the final lap of your investing career. What can you do when time is not in your favour?
When Chinese printing presses received the order to start printing cash at maximum capacity, it was highly unusual. But it wasn’t yuan that they were printing.