Can you see the irony here? A competing stock exchange with its stock listed on its competitor’s stock exchange. That’s the situation with the National Stock Exchange of Australia (NSX).
The bad news is that if you still don’t own bitcoin, you’ve missed some of the biggest returns on an asset class in the history of everything. Sorry. That’s just the lay of the land. That’s not to say the ride is over for bitcoin.
Before anyone starts on their journey into the crypto world, I tell them to clue up on the basics. To understand why it exists, where it comes from, what impact it had (has and will have) on the world. But to find the right information is hard.
If you even half believe that crypto has a big future, then you need to be looking at how you can get a slice of this action. But you need to know how to do it in the right way.
In March 2019 the government announced a new project. It was a part of the big, vote-grabbing, headline printing National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA). But make no mistake, anything the government says about blockchain tech is just lip service.
What we do know, is there’s a strong market these days for all things collectible. And the rarer they are, the more value they can generate. Collectibles are one of the biggest opportunities for investors looking for alternative assets to slide into the wealth strategies...
People still buy stuff in Australia. It’s just the kind of stuff they buy has radically changed. That’s because tastes, styles, fashions, and perception of value has changed. Stores that can’t figure out how to deal with that struggle and die.
You really need to know how to properly manage uncertainty. As an investor in particular, you need to know the tools and tricks available to do this. Enter the investment game without knowing the game properly and you’re destined to lose.
These are the perfect stocks to be looking at when building a long-term portfolio that can weather all kinds of storms, and still benefit when the sun is shining.
You know what Australia Day really is? It’s the country’s first example of fake news. And we’ve all bought into it. Today, the war on fake news begins.