Take your nest egg. Multiply it by 8%. Can you live the life you want to live on that?
For the past decade, the New Zealand stock market has been a “rock star”. Therefore, some Kiwi investors have reaped the benefits.
Over the past decade many would have seen some of the companies on the NZ stock market that blossomed.
Two of these companies were A2 Milk and Xero.
At Wealth Morning it is our mission to try to understand why it’s grown and to forecast whether or not investors can expect it to continue.
We’ll analyze big and small companies listed on the NZ Stock Market.
Also the macro market as well as individual stocks and unveil any opportunities for you as an investor.
Kathmandu Holdings Ltd [NZX:KMD] has enjoyed bullish trading today, the kathmandu share price experienced a jump of 5.90%.
We’re seeing what can only be described as manipulation of democracy. And this creates huge uncertainty — but also opportunity — for investors.
Someone has to hold China to account. And China will be the one who will either lose or reform. The Chinese dragon is running out of puff.
Is BoJo right? Free movement of goods and 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 to track your investments.
If you’ve invested in certain assets, you’ve seen growth in your wealth. If you haven’t, you might be struggling.
When you combine your savings with strategy over time, you may discover that you actually end up with more than enough money.
We are offering our first-ever Investor Training Event to help investors get to the bottom of things.
Cannasouth Ltd [NZX:CBD] has benefited from bullish trading today. The cannasouth share price did a sharp jump of 13.46%. Here’s how it unfolded…
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.
The stock value for Vista Group International [NZX:VGL] has experienced a sharp drop of 18.82% today, falling victim to bearish trading.