For some industries it is already proving to be a massive opportunity... As the saying goes, ‘Never waste a good crisis.’ If you can spot the broader trends as they happen, then you can turn it into an investing advantage.
ETFs are not just a lazy way to invest. They’re also a great source of further information.
Yes, Tesla makes cars. But they’ve also built an entire platform around these cars. Things like the charging stations, the internal software, the gigafactories, and the batteries to name a few.
For anyone who has been in the market for a long time, Tesla’s tale won’t surprise them. This is just the latest iteration of a story many have seen before. The only way to truly win when it comes to a stock like Tesla, is to block out any emotions. One way or the other.
Companies like Beyond Meat, Memphis Meats, and Tyson Foods are already upending the meat industry as we know it. They’re transforming the way we think about food. And in time, they could transform what we all eat at the dinner table.
Saying that booms and busts as we know it are over, is like saying business as we know it is over. Cycles have underpinned macroeconomic theory since the days of Adam Smith himself. As long as credit exists, cycles will follow. Or at least they should…
Under the terms of the deal, American dairy imports should now have an easier time getting into China. By the look of it, much of the red tape has been removed or streamlined. Meaning it should be far easier and quicker for US farmers to sell milk in China. This puts Aussie dairy-related companies at risk...
What if we let artificial intelligence (AI) call the shots? This isn’t as far-fetched an idea as you might first think. AI could be the most important exponential trend in the world right now. Both for you as an investor, and for you as a human.
See our local businesses, but especially retail, are also enduring hardship. The latest trade data posted on Thursday highlighted the ongoing conundrum. Record high exports to both the US and China has seen the surplus grow massively.
The final days of the year and the decade. A period that, like every other, has had its ups and downs. We started the 2010s in the immediate aftermath of the GFC. Western economies were seemingly falling like dominoes. One after the other.