In New Zealand, we love the idea being courageous and innovative. But what if that’s no longer possible? What if we’re actually punching below our weight?
We’re at a crossroads in New Zealand. We can start developing quality rental property with scale and management. Or things will get worse.
Australia is still the Lucky Country. Despite being hit by COVID-19, certain industries remain resilient. Here’s our exclusive analysis of the road ahead…
Interest rates are hitting record lows. That means it’s never been cheaper to borrow. But beware: debt is a double-edged sword.
Billions have been wiped off the stock market as pandemic fears bite. But there’s a silver lining: you can now buy into quality companies at a discount.
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.
As investors, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all of the issues and trends affecting our wealth. In the NZ economy there are Some good. Some bad.
Claptrap comes in many guises and disguises. Sometimes, it is based on inconsequential error. Sometimes, it is just bad judgment.
What does investment in real estate have to do with tax on cigars? Legislation creating a real estate investment vehicle was signed in the extension of excise tax on cigars.
With bitcoin, we believed it would go mainstream. An alternative to fiat currency that could hold its value like gold. This was an idealistic dream.
Here in NZ, we lock people out of housing. We have the lowest rates of home ownership since just after the Second World War. And it’s starting to show.
People, regardless of language or background, tend to spend money in roughly the same way. And, when investing, there are common tendencies that affect every investor.
Many parents would do anything to give their children a roof over their heads. You could say it’s a parental reflex. And in today’s culture, it’s not unusual.
The much-anticipated KiwiBuild scheme has finally launched. Will this be the end-all cure to New Zealand’s housing crisis? I doubt it.
Markets can only collapse when everyone is fully invested and there’s only blue skies ahead.