Today we are living in the tail end of what could be called the greatest gold rush of all time. But instead of gold, our prosperity is riding on the backs of technological and industrial…
The nature of work is changing. Two main forces are driving this change: digitalisation and globalisation.
The true value of wealth is often overlooked. You’ve probably heard the saying ‘money can’t buy happiness’. What about ‘money can’t buy time’?
Despite what you may think, there’s a wide and diverse range of investments that fall outside the ‘normal’ portfolio…and these alt-investments can be surprisingly lucrative and resistant to market volatility.
Most economists work in the upper echelons of government, academia, or big corporate…and we have developed a certain job security by convincing folks that economics is a science. It isn’t.
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.
When the Great Financial Crisis hit in 2008, the RBNZ dropped the OCR by 6%. If something happened today, they only have 1.5% to work with.
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.
As these titans of industry have risen through the ranks of the world’s largest companies…they’re morphing. And they’re all changing the same way…by becoming competitors with one another.
Alas, there were no pistols or schematics present…nor were there any joints or bongs…or dreadlocks or ratty hoodies.
Welcome to the final installment of our four-part series on the world’s top investing strategies. Today, we’ll examine 10 more strategies in a rapid-fire review.
Today, we’ll delve into the investing strategy that is potentially responsible for more millionaires in today’s generation than any other approach.