While a dividend stream generates passive income to pay for day-to-day life, what I really like is the potential back-burner to grow your wealth while that happens.
For the past decade, the New Zealand stock market has been a “rock star”. Kiwi investors have reaped the benefits.
Our mission is to try to understand why it’s grown and to forecast whether or not investors can expect it to continue.
We’ll analyze the macro market as well as individual stocks and unveil any opportunities for you as an investor.
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.
Cut the interest rates all you like. But you may as well send a meat lover to a vegan buffet. Plenty to nibble on. Nothing to fill or satisfy.
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.
Sky Network Television Ltd [NZX:SKT] has surged 3.25% in trading today, from $1.24 to $1.27 at the time of writing.
Napier Port is going through an IPO for 45% of the company. And unless you live in the Hawke’s Bay, it’s looking very difficult to get any meaningful share allocation.
The a2 Milk Company Ltd’s stock value has soared by over 3% today. Here’s why it happened…
One of the first tests I run is the ability for the company to maintain revenue. And continue paying dividends during an economic meltdown.
Often the best time to buy infrastructure shares are when the business first lists on the exchange through an IPO.
The big question now is this: will the Warehouse Group be able to leverage its physical presence into online success?
There are two certainties in the countries which I invest: the population is growing and infrastructure investment is important.
With the NZX continuing to look pricey, unless we spot some clear opportunities, you’re going to increasingly see our focus change to stock investment opportunities in other markets.