For a world already awash with debt, it was wonderful [sarcasm alert] to see Tuesday’s results from Visa Inc. [NYSE:V].
Aussie house prices haven’t fallen. But that hasn’t stopped people (including your editor) from predicting a catastrophic fall.
Aussie banks have had a stellar run over the last couple of decades. But the mistake those in Canberra, make is to assume that good times will always roll.
More than two million borrowers will find it easier than ever before to buy property. Don’t underestimate the impact this will have on property prices.
Blockchain technology is the new banking system. But in order for it to be a real success, the current banking system has to fail.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group [ASX:ANZ] (ANZ) yesterday announced 250,000 of their customers were using Apple Pay.
We knew the romance around the ‘sharing economy’ wouldn’t last forever. Uber and other ‘sharing’ businesses have had a neat run of it.
One of the most important recent developments is the emergence of virtual currencies (VCs). VCs are issued without the involvement or backing of a state.
The Aussie property market is hugely overvalued. Households are taking on incredible amounts of debt to pay for properties that are on the verge of a massive price collapse.
–All-time highs in the US again overnight! –Only this time, the major exchanges acted in unison. The Dow, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ hit all-time highs together for the first time since 1999. –Nothing major happened to send the…