Part of this money could flow into Australian stocks. The Australian stock market currently trades on a dividend yield of 4%.
Beijing has recently launched a US$300 billion plan called ‘Made in China 2025’. It wants to become self-sufficient in a range of industries.
In our view the Aussie stock market has a horde of bulls pawing the ground behind a gate that’s about to burst open. The Great Aussie Bull Market.
The fact that markets rise and fall seems to escape the investment industry’s attention. Why? The investment industry sells ‘performance’.
The biggest financial story in the world today is not Fed policy or emerging-market debt. The biggest story is the global US dollar shortage.
China isn’t the market Carsales have their eye on. Instead they are venturing into Latin America (LA). Their reason is simple; that’s where future growth will be.
Special guest Ivan Carrino, Economic Analyst for Inversor Global joins the Podcast to explain the similarities and differences between Australia and Argentina.
Stock market corrections always start slowly, before nose-diving and causing a sea of panic. This isn’t going to be a massive crash, though.
Money is going in to buy the juiciest of the Greek property assets. There’s plenty up for grabs when a country is bleeding like Greece was.
How have some of Icahn’s holdings performed year-to-date? With the ‘year of Trump’, how much richer (or poorer) is Icahn?