With the NZX continuing to look pricey, unless we spot some clear opportunities, you’re going to increasingly see our focus change to stock investment opportunities in other markets.
More than just Australian stock market news…learn which ASX shares are worth paying attention to and which you should avoid.
The world is a dynamic place. The US versus China trade war is unresolved. You can see the markets buck and kick with every fresh update.
Graphene has hardly made a dent into any of the many industries it was supposedly going to revolutionise. So why the hold up?
China produces about 80% of all rare earths and control 90% of the processing. And Trump is pissing them off real good.
Today I want to show you how you can pick up more of the big idea stocks, rather than watching them go by making others rich.
Influencers like the Kardashians have a captive audience: Millennials. And it’s this future audience you should think of before putting your money into the market next.
When Scott Morrison’s Liberal-led Coalition won again, it turned out to be one of the worst failures for pollsters ever. There’s a lesson here.
What does investment in real estate have to do with tax on cigars? Legislation creating a real estate investment vehicle was signed in the extension of excise tax on cigars.
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.
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?
This emerging tech is about to generate revenue equal to over half of NZ’s GDP. Something for investors?
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.
The market calm of early 2019 is only a temporary lull in the market’s corrective process. Luring the unsuspecting into believing the worst is over.
Today I’d like to cover a confusing topic that’s somewhat unique to us in New Zealand. Dual-listing.