Today, let’s reach out to the fringes of the market…to the untested, novel ideas that may shape our future.
For the past decade, the New Zealand stock market has been a “rock star”. Kiwi investors have reaped the benefits.
Our mission is to try to understand why it’s grown and to forecast whether or not investors can expect it to continue.
We’ll analyze the macro market as well as individual stocks and unveil any opportunities for you as an investor.
Today I’d like to cover a confusing topic that’s somewhat unique to us in New Zealand. Dual-listing.
Michael Hill International Ltd [NZX:MHJ] has seen a fall of over 2% on the New Zealand Stock Exchange as trading closed yesterday.
A local strategy is usually one that dominates over time. And as we move to a localised world, I think these locally dominant companies are the ones that will benefit.
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.
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.
Trade Me’s share price has risen again to hit a new high of $6.38. This comes as the bidding war over the company heats up.
The share price for Restaurant Brands New Zealand Limited has surged by over 3% this morning. This comes on the back of an announcement that the Taco Bell chain is finally coming to the country.
The government has announced that it’s going to inject $100 million of taxpayers’ money into a new ‘green’ fund. It begs the question — is this whole ‘green’ thing a bunch of hogwash?
Today, Trade Me’s share price rose by 2.48% to a new high of $6.20. This is the latest development in the Trade Me buyout saga.
The looming Fourth Industrial Revolution stands to come to fruition mere months from now. And what it will do will be truly remarkable.
I’ll admit it. I love chasing fat tails. Now, before you try to guess what that means…I’ll go ahead and tell you that you’re probably wrong. Here are a few examples of what I’m talking…
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.