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 a black swan event happens, it often takes us by surprise and has a major effect as a result. Then, with the benefit of hindsight, we tend to over-rationalise the event.
Central bankers are often revered as the captains at the helm of the global economy. It’s as if their actions dictate the trajectory of the future
The foundations of our ‘rock star’ economy may be cracked and crumbling. And a collapse — if it comes — could have destructive effects on our savings.
It’s hard to deny it: all the signs of a potential downturn are there. We’ve had a fantastic bull run, but it’s almost certainly running out of steam.
These signs may just be the prelude to a seismic shift that’s beginning to rattle the economy, both here in New Zealand and around the world.
Instead of being a reactionary background-level mechanism, central bank decisions have become the driving force of economies…
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…
Tyndaris does something that’s fairly unique. They don’t do any trading themselves. Instead, they put their faith in an AI-powered supercomputing platform called K1.
On Wednesday, 19 June, the very first public cannabis company listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange. Within 60 minutes of going live, the stock tanked…
Let’s be honest: things aren’t lining up here. It’s ludicrous to suggest that this ultra-wealthy, ANZ-lifer would risk his reputation over chump change.
We live in a world where a single word…a whispered utterance under your breath…a tweet sent on a whim….can destroy your life.
Markets go up and down. History proves it. Almost anyone with a gram of economic education knows it. It’s called the economic cycle. Here’s how it works.
On 14 January 2019, an unknown person or group of people successfully penetrated the digital vault of a Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptopia.