As far as we can see, the market loves uncertainty. The more uncertainty it can get, the better. How so? And why so? Here, we’ll explain…
There are three ways to repay sovereign debt: default, growth and inflation. Obviously, growth is the best way, but it’s not happening.
In today’s video update Kris looks at rising US interest rates and the knock-on effect it’s having on stock markets…
The NASDAQ has struggled to move beyond the 2000 high. It appears to be a significant point of resistance for the market.
Goodfriend’s focus was to promote ‘unencumbered’ negative interest rate policy, which means getting rid of things standing in your way.
There’s still huge scope for growth to come out of China and the rest of Asia. Naturally, Australia is incredibly well placed to benefit from this via our resources and service industries.
Mr Stevens has led the RBA in such a way that has ensured ongoing economic growth, assisting the now ingrained view that growth is (in his words) ‘the natural state of affairs.’
Let’s now look at ‘why’ a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) can be such a useful tool to help supersize investment returns.
Get the basics of investment sorted: diversify, have a plan, set goals, and keep things simple. These ‘basics’ can go a long way to protecting yourself.
One way to avoid negative interest rates is to go to physical cash. In order to prevent that option, the elites have launched a war on cash.