Back in 1997, just as the dot-com bubble was gaining speed, Warren Buffett expressed his scepticism about overpriced internet stocks. Here’s why.
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.
I like to invest in businesses with real tangible asset backing. Slow and steady investment in quality assets will win the race in the end. That’s why Walmart has something Amazon can’t catch.
This is nothing short of mind-boggling. Sales continue to climb, yet Uber continues to post losses. Why? Clearly, the company is dropping prices to maintain their market share. Here’s why this strategy isn’t sustainable…
We cannot remember, understand, or keep track of complicated investment tactics. We have to keep it simple.
The primary trend of the market had changed from bullish to bearish. But that doesn’t mean it will be a straight shot down.
Michael Hill International Ltd [NZX:MHJ] has seen a fall of over 2% on the New Zealand Stock Exchange as trading closed yesterday.
After a week at the family farm, we had come back to the city for New Year’s Eve. But hardly had the new year begun when the echoes of the old year filled the streets…
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.
The combined value of the FAANG stocks — Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google — is down by about $1 trillion from its peak. Why?
Fletcher Building’s share price has plunged by 8.11% today. Fletcher Building is one of New Zealand’s largest listed companies.
We take a trip through France, and we consider what history has to teach us about the fallacy of relying on the bull market to make you rich.
From cryptocurrencies to gold, there’s never been a better time to be an investor. But be warned: it’s a wild jungle of opportunity and risk out there.
The share price for Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC [NZX:TEM] has fallen by over 2% today. Why has this happened?