If you’re scratching around for a reason why the Australian share market just can’t get hot, maybe this is it.
Persistent low rates have not caused inflation, but they have caused asset bubbles, which threaten to pop and unleash a financial panic on their own — independent of tight financial conditions.
It’s clear that a cyber war is coming soon. Sadly, this may well lead to a real war. If that happens, the stock market could see a major correction.
When it comes to the stock market, you’ll often see options, or, more accurately, put options, described as a form of insurance.
Buying at a one-year low has been more of a trap than a bargain. The strategy has mostly gone backwards for the last 15 years.
In today’s video update Kris looks at the Australian government’s first ever issue of a 30-year bond, and explains why the government is doing it…
In the long term, the key to the movement of markets involves understanding one thing: land values. It’s all about land values.
Australia will launch its first ever 30-year bond. Now the government’s debt will officially put a burden on this generation’s grandchildren.
Suppose a stock has been on the rise. It’s just hit a 52-week high, and the share price is up at least 100% on last year. Would you consider buying?
Alexa is the ‘intelligence’ inside my Amazon Echo. Echo is the central hub to my slowly evolving smart home. It’s all part of a bigger trend I call ‘immersive technology’.