Tag: New Zealand Stock Exchange
Are you looking for New Zealand’s most dynamic infrastructure company? Well, Infratil might just fit the bill. Here’s why.
There’s no hiding it: New Zealand is looking like a wasteland for investors these days. But is it still possible to find value and growth?
There’s reason for positivity as Westpac announces a share buyback today. Could this Company present upside in an inflationary environment?
I started investing in the NZX at 17. That’s the best time to begin investing. Young people are fearless, and time is on their side.
When it comes to investing, you must face the fear of losing money. Not all your investments will work out or make as much as you think.
It is a stunning development. The share price for Kiwi media conglomerate NZME has surged, defying the critics. How did this happen?
After being down and out for most of 2021, Airbnb appears to have caught a second wind. Is this stock a hidden opportunity worth buying into?
Despite achieving a net profit of over 138%, the Westpac share price took a tumble today. Could this present a buying opportunity?
Kiwi company Pacific Edge is planning to dual-list on the ASX. Should investors be optimistic? Here’s our analysis of this stock’s potential.
a2 Milk used to be the ultimate dairy darling. But, in recent months, its share price has taken blow after blow. Why is this happening?
This New Zealand cannabis company experienced a sharp surge on the stock market today. What’s the reason for all the optimism?
Contact Energy’s new equity raise looks intriguing. But what’s really happening under the hood? We do a deep analysis of the company.
It’s a promising New Zealand small-cap company you may not have heard of. Here’s why this brand is inspiring fierce loyalty around the world.
Small-cap investing is about embracing both risk and potential. Here are two promising Kiwi stocks worth taking a closer look at.
It’s a potential deal that’s gotten tongues wagging. AustralianSuper is making a takeover bid for Kiwi infrastructure company Infratil.