Fintech is one sector that could disrupt a day-to-day commodity we all use: banking and finance. Here’s how it will work in the future.
Graphene has hardly made a dent into any of the many industries it was supposedly going to revolutionise. So why the hold up?
Today I want to show you how you can pick up more of the big idea stocks, rather than watching them go by making others rich.
When Scott Morrison’s Liberal-led Coalition won again. It was one of the worst failures ever.
It goes without saying, investors should be buying quality. Surely, we should be trying to buy good businesses all the time? But there’s a problem.
Today I’d like to cover a confusing topic that’s somewhat unique to us in New Zealand. Dual-listing.
Stocks are down, again. You know that. But it’s not just stocks. Bond yields are on their way down too. It may have something to do with trade tensions.
For the longest time, tech has had a dream run. Valuations soared. The private start-up scene rose to new heights. But all that could come to an end.
The odds suggest the bull market is probably ending in the US. And that means the Aussie market will struggle too.
You should buy low and sell high. And there are a lot of low prices at the moment. But now might not be the time to buy anything and everything. So what should you buy?
The ASX 200 shed another 60-odd points on Tuesday, or 1% of its value. Is this another sign of global growth peaking? Probably.
Boy would I love to be a Chinese investor. Their market doesn’t go up as much as ours. And sometimes it drops A WHOLE LOT. But this is the attraction.
Many people think banking sector stocks are a safe bet because they pay strong dividends. But storm clouds have been gathering for some time now.
China has a massive pool of consumers, willing to pay up for quality international brands. But it’s not the only opportunity for Aussie retailers.