Join Woody and Sayce for an informal discussion with Jason Stevenson on… Jason Stevenson's controversial presentation at The Great Repression conference...
Imagine taking all of our economic output and demand…along with all the wealth Americans have generated to get here…and tacking that onto the global market…in just a few years’ time.
The fragmented Chinese market allows small-cap companies ‘to play big’. They can become a market leader in a niche market.
If history is any guide, the ‘High and Mighty’ property headline should be a warning to get your house in order. The curse looks set to strike in Australia.
To us, it’s mounting evidence of a major financial storm that could soon strike the markets. We continue to be on high alert for a stock market crash.
One of the more interesting ideas I heard during the conference was that Mandarin was the language of the 21st century.
Jim Rogers’ presentation was one of the best I’ve seen in the 11 years that Port Phillip Publishing has been putting on events. And we’ve had some crackers.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) officially added the Chinese yuan to its basket of currencies comprising its SDR. This has enormous long-term implications for the US dollar...
Ken Rogoff believes China is the greatest threat to the global economy. Yet, China could be showing signs of picking up. But are they?
There are three ways to repay sovereign debt: default, growth and inflation. Obviously, growth is the best way, but it’s not happening.