Everyone's feeling the heat from rising tariffs and higher interest rates. No one expects it to be pretty. It could end up being a long drawn out process that gets worse before it gets better.
In less than eight years, Uber has built a billion-dollar empire. They’ve disrupted more than just taxis. But there are places where even the mighty Uber cannot compete.
The message here is clear. The US Federal Reserve is slowly draining excess liquidity from emerging markets. That makes investing during these times particularly tricky.
The massive investment into liquid natural gas (LNG) over the past decade has resulted in the development of a new export industry. It may finally start to pay off over the next few years.
You only need two things to find wonderfully cheap stocks. The first is earnings yield. The second is return on invested capital. This is a great way to find amazing gems hidden in the market.
Should you invest in India? Why not? Successful investing usually works everywhere. So why wouldn’t it work in India?
If investing is stressful and exciting, you’re probably doing it wrong. The act of investing should be boring. Once you’ve found a stock with a promising future, all you have to do is buy and hold it.
Your car is now the most high tech piece of kit you’ll possibly ever own. But it doesn't even compare with what the cars of the future will look like.
I’m working on the assumption that the US economy will peak in 2018. In fact, the market may well have peaked in January 2018. What evidence do I have for that?
When a stock price is going up, that means investors are going crazy. Analysts believe that growth will continue. But it isn't long before all that comes crashing down.