Why is sharing a good thing? China and India have benefited from trade with more advanced countries like the US. And as they become more advanced, the US will also enjoy the benefits.
By 2025, China will be an aged society. That’s why they are expanding their tech industry. They are pushing to maintain their prosperity and living standards.
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.
Should you invest in India? Why not? Successful investing usually works everywhere. So why wouldn’t it work in India?
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.
There’s huge growth coming out of China for clean energy. There will be plenty of Aussie tech stocks that could benefit. Where’s your opportunity in all this?
China wants to grow and America wants to continue the living standard they enjoy today. So rather than focus on this trade war, why not look at real opportunities to grow your money?
Today, almost no one thinks steel, oil and railroads are sexy. But in the 1800s, these were emerging industries, where many a fortune was built. Any spare cash would go towards scaling the business. However, many of the biggest companies today don’t have the same luxury. Here's why.
Consumers in China are worried about being sold fakes or derivatives passed off as the real deal. It’s happened with infant formula, wine and now fish. Trust has broken down. But blockchain technology is going to change everything for the better.
The RBA reckons China’s debt is now around 260% of GDP. If the US and European economies slow into the second half of 2018 and into 2019, then China will feel the effect. How will this impact Australia?