We all need to eat. And in a volatile global trading market, the food business could be a good defensive investment.
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When the economy is healthy and growing, people buy stocks and the index generally goes up. When it is fearful and correcting its mistakes, they buy gold and the index goes down.
Markets, economies, and even empires move in great, long-term swings. Sometimes they are forward-looking and expansive. Sometimes they retreat…
You could buy the Dow with 40 ounces of gold in January 2000. By January 2011, the Dow 30 stocks would cost you only 8 ounces.
How do you know when there might be a currency upside opportunity? There are a few shortcuts I use that have delivered. Let me share them with you.
When you hear about foreign exchange and currency, you’re bound to hear the phrases ‘strong’ and ‘weak’. I’m not a big fan of those terms…
The money system is doomed. Today’s dollar is fake, with no firm connection to the real world of time, resources, and output.
Simon Bridges announced a raft of changes aiming to get New Zealand moving. And with super-low interest rates, maybe he’s ready to hit his sweet spot next year?
History repeats. And when you’re falling backwards into the mire, someone should call it out.
I’m still unconvinced Auckland has found the floor in the current environment. Nor do I believe for a moment, the recent slash to the OCR will change that.
If you want to make money — whatever route you choose — the road to profit is paved with both opportunity and crisis. No risk, no reward.
As investors, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all of the issues and trends affecting our wealth. Some good. Some bad. It’s critical to determine which is which.
When you combine your savings with strategy over time, you may discover that you actually end up with more than enough money.