If copper is breaking out to new highs, it tells you that the outlook for the global economy (and not just China) is doing well.
I’ve given up on the great Australian dream. Like most Australians, I was raised to view home ownership as a rite of passage.
Money is not the root of all evil. The real root of all evil is debt. Debt is evil. But a necessary evil at that. In a perfect world no one would have debt.
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.
I think it’s just a matter of time now before stocks break higher again. There is no bear market on the horizon. The US is a heavily financialised economy.
Fast-moving investors have seen some sharp gains since Trump’s inauguration. Others have been caught flat footed by sudden falls.
Special guest Ivan Carrino, Economic Analyst for Inversor Global joins the Podcast to explain the similarities and differences between Australia and Argentina.
Why the ‘exorbitant privilege’ of the US dollar comes with an obligation…a fundamental misunderstanding of the global economy…and more…
The only way to stop this trend without causing a major crisis is to bring gold back into the system as an official measure of value.
For the final half of 2016, US GDP growth improved. This of course happened on the back of US stock markets making new highs.