Central bankers have long been sceptical of cryptocurrency, seeing it as a platform for money laundering and speculation. And yet, they realise the potential that it has, if only they could control it the same way they have controlled fiat currency.
When should you lock in a profit? I’ve seen many traders come and go over the years. One of the biggest reasons they fail is due to a poor exit strategy. Their mistake often comes down to cutting profitable trades too early.
Today, Stewart Horejsi owns 4,300 Berkshire Class A stock. He’s worth US$1.4 billion. All it takes is one investment. There are generally two ways you can replicate (to a lesser extent) Horejsi’s results.
The share price, Appen Ltd [ASX:APX] has surged today, despite the poor performances sweeping across the ASX this week. The increase comes with the release of their Full Year Earnings Upgrade on the ASX this afternoon — showing exciting improvements for the company.
Many will tell you crypto's are one big scam. Some will happily explain it’s the future of money. Some love it, many hate it. But the real question is why do the haters hate it with such vigour and bite?
Sellers are not letting up. More declines for the ASX. More declines for the S&P 500. And you won’t believe what the Morrison government is planning to do…
Central bankers usually add gold to their reserves to diversify, and to provide a hedge against inflation. According to Bloomberg, central banks now hold about a fifth of the gold ever mined.
If you listen to the mainstream, you might think now is the worst time to invest in tech. The FAANGs could drop even further. Today I wanted to discuss why jumping into technology stocks now, could be a great decision.
Since graphene burst onto the scene in 2010, its development as a commercially marketed material has stalled. New research suggests that it could be used in lithium-ion batteries — the same batteries found in smartphones, laptops and Tesla vehicles.
There are only a few of these mouth-watering opportunities in the US or here in Australia, with markets at such elevated levels. It might not be long before you see billion-dollar Aussie companies trading for a pittance.