Anwar Ibrahim may well be the world’s longest prime-minister-in-waiting. After 24 turbulent years, he finally secures Malaysia’s top job. What comes next?
Far right. Far left. In the wake of Covid, it feels like political extremism is on the rise. Here’s what we really need to watch out for.
We experienced disruption and heartache in 2020 and 2021. But one futurist saw it coming in 1970. Here’s why his theories may predict what happens next.
This was a generation that grew up in poverty and hunger, but still rose to greatness and changed the world. Here’s why their heroism can inspire us today.
When you choose to invest, it’s not just today’s price that determines your decision to commit. It’s your faith in the value you’ll gain in the years ahead.
The shock arrival of Covid-19 was the first black swan event of 2020. But did you know about the second black swan, which was more important?
It’s time to put aside political partisanship. Here’s what a Trump defeat could mean for the global economy and your retirement wallet.
The social contract — the principles that bind us together — is giving way. Those in the bottom rungs of society are blaming the rich…
We’re at a crossroads in New Zealand. We can start developing quality rental property with scale and management. Or things will get worse.
It’s tragic but true. Auckland is back in COVID-19 lockdown. We take an urgent look at how much this fiasco is really costing the country.
This year, America will collect only about $3.5 trillion in taxes. But it will spend $12 trillion. What is the gap filled with?
Gold just hit new a new all-time high. But some forecasters reckon it’s the end of the road for this precious metal. Could this actually be true?
Bill’s former ranch foreman, Jorge, tells a story. His grandfather, who was a cowboy, took cattle through the mountains in a snowstorm…
Should you use retirement money to start a business? Well, that’s what the National Party is suggesting. We take a critical look at how plausible this is.
An honest money system forces you to make choices. To weigh costs against benefits. Today, we have public policies and wars without a price tag…