It’s no wonder that humble fast food joints are feeling the pinch from monster aggregators like Uber Eats. The industry’s been revolutionised in the blink of an eye. It’s no wonder some companies are falling behind, coughing on the dust from the trailblazers ahead.
Everyone knows Warren Buffett likes to invest in monopolies. Companies with a ‘wide moat’ he euphemistically calls them. Which is just as well, as his favourite holding period is ‘forever’. You can’t have pesky things like competition getting in the way.
What’s really driving down the prices of property right now is a post-Royal Commission crunch in credit availability.It’s not that the banks don’t have money to lend. It’s that they’re constrained by a new-found focus on ‘responsible lending’.
Unless you’ve had the misfortune of living in Zimbabwe or Argentina during a currency crisis, your bread and milk costs are usually pretty stable. But I believe we’re standing on a precipice for this current system of money.
Facial recognition technology isn’t all doom and gloom. And one Australian city wants to get working on it: None other than Darwin in the Northern Territory.
Throughout the ages, the benefits of the naturally occurring marijuana plant — remember: it’s only a plant — have been known to many cultures.Chinese Emperor Shen Nung, who was regarded as the ‘father of Chinese medicine’, mentions it first in around 2800 BC.
Millennials care about not only what businesses do, but also how they go about it. Research shows three out of four Millennials are willing to pay for more products that are ethical and sustainable. And the market I’m sure will happily take their money.
When it comes to marijuana stocks, how do you know which ones are set to soar? Is there a set of criteria specific to this new and relatively unexplored frontier that we can refer to? Is it really possible to make bank on bud?
With crypto, I think there are some pretty big clues for you right now for those that care to look. The big players are making big moves.
If David and other analysts (including one of the world’s major credit ratings agencies) are right, Australia will see the world’s biggest decline in house prices this year.