If you want to increase your income and have the option to be financially free, you need to put your capital to work.
It’s about doing that well enough so that you can achieve financial independence. Work becomes optional. Your wealth increases your income.
Too much inflation and price instability becomes unmanageable. It feeds on itself to erode economic confidence.
In a country of 5 million people, able to feed some 50 million in a hungry world, food production remains a strong, defensive and profitable choice.
We’re seeing what can only be described as manipulation of democracy. And this creates huge uncertainty — but also opportunity — for investors.
When you dive into the facts, it’s been clear for a long time someone has to hold China to account. And China will be the one who will either lose or reform.
Free movement of goods and potentially people between New Zealand, Australia and the UK could provide much-needed trade and export growth.
Are you finding hard to keep track of your stock performance and dividend payments? This might just be the solution for you.
We all need to eat. And in a volatile global trading market, the food business could be a good defensive investment.
If you’ve actively invested in certain assets at scale, you’ve seen mammoth growth in your wealth. If you haven’t, you might be struggling.
Oil shot up nearly 15% this week. Further hikes were predicted as a result of the drone attacks on Saudi plants.
When you combine your savings with strategy over time, you may discover that you actually end up with more than enough money.
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