It will be one of the interesting events in our history as the US confronts China over its trade practices. For now, all we can do is have faith that fairness will prevail.
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.
In New Zealand, we have one of the largest fishing zones in the world. 4.1 million square kilometres. And a low population base. This provides a competitive advantage.
Here are my observations and recommendations for a more vibrant investment ecosystem here in New Zealand.
Orr, Jones and friends seem to think that the economy needs jump-starting. Maybe it does…let’s look at the facts.
As we enter into May, we also cross the 24-month mark for New Zealand’s IPO drought. That’s a long time for a major exchange without any new blood…
The Sky Network Television Limited [NZX:SKT] share price has increased by 4.1% at the time of writing.
The banners are getting bigger and the ads smarter, but I seldom click. Because once you click, you get lost into the net. It’s not on the same paper page anymore.
When it comes to investing, you must face the fear of losing money. Not all your investments will work out or make as much as you think. Especially in the early days, when you lack…
One of the reasons shares and property have boomed is due to the new approach in monetary policy since the global financial crisis of 2008. The approach penalises savers in the bank but rewards the…
Today, let’s discuss the interesting conundrum of KiwiSaver funds…and whether or not they ought to invest in ‘sin stocks’.
The stock value of Synlait Milk Ltd [NZX:SML] fell by 10.72% today. At the time of writing, Synlait has a market capitalisation of $1.8 billion. and the share price is at $9.70.
I started investing in the NZX at 17. That’s the best time to begin investing. Young people are fearless, and time is on their side.
As a kid, I loved playing Monopoly. You buy up as many properties as the dice allows, and then you put the other players out of the game by building houses and hotels and charging…
As I watch news of the Australian economy and property market tanking, I worry about our little patch in New Zealand. We’ve had a good run, and we’ve become complacent.