Tag: John Ling
The headlines don’t lie: house prices are slipping. But if you’re smart and agile, you can find a better way to invest in property. Could this be it?
It’s official: mankind is returning to the Moon. The next stop? Potentially Mars. Here’s how speculative investors could take advantage of this.
Inflation is the greatest swindler of all. To protect your wealth, you need a combination of growth and income. Could this Kiwi stock could tick all the boxes?
Buckle up. We’re entering a new age of higher interest rates. Debt-holders may be grieving, but one group of investors are smiling ear to ear. Here’s why.
Kiwi stocks are usually expensive and overbought. But has recent weakness created fresh opportunity? Here are 2 gems worth exploring.
The metaverse will bridge the gap between the virtual and the real. Is it worth a speculative punt? Here’s how investors can make a smart play for the future.
Growth. Profit. Opportunity. The next frontier of medicine could give savvy investors tremendous upside. Here are two cutting-edge companies on our radar.
Crypto winter has arrived. Over $2 trillion has been lost. But one company is still surviving in this space. Is it worth a gamble?
Recession worries are causing commercial property to dip. But has the fear been oversold? Here’s how savvy investors could capture a bargain.
Video games are now bigger than the movie and music industries combined. Here’s why Warren Buffett is taking a keen interest.
Major market drawdowns can be an opportunity to prepare for buoyant upswings. Could these 2 companies be set to benefit?
Forget bullets and bombs. The wars of the future will be waged in cyberspace. Here’s why building a digital fortress has never been more critical.
Is this an opportunity hiding in plain sight? As the world ramps up for new infrastructure, this classic mining company could benefit hugely.
Is globalisation over? Well, there’s upside. This Aussie stock occupies a very valuable niche that could be set for more speculative growth.
Let’s face it: no one likes a bear market. But here’s the good news: the bear doesn’t stick around for very long. Should you be buying?