Today, I’ll take a look at the Aussie dollar gold price, which adjusts for the difference between the US and Aussie dollar exchange rate. This is a far more important price to watch for Aussie gold stock investors.
One reason might be that investors simply like companies that buy-back their own stock. If they see an aggressive buy-back plan, they’re eager to jump on for the ride.
As far as the timing on that goes, it might pay to keep an eye on the gold price. It’s been under pressure lately, at least in US dollar terms.
Every baseball, football and other major sports team hire statisticians to work out the odds of success and how much a player might be worth. How does building a baseball team relate to investing?
The rest of the world is lagging when it comes to lithium, but Australia is taking no prisoners, with a recent report indicating that Australia's lithium miners are expected to garner 62% of the world market this year.
2018, we are closer and closer to becoming a society that accepts and uses artificial intelligence (AI). At the moment we co-exist with AI. But soon, we may see this all change with the formation of a ‘supermind’.
The internet is full of ads for all sorts of trading services. Many of them claim to have exceptional win rates. Here's a snapshot of data. It’s the individual win rates for a group of traders. I want you to have a look, and then I’ll ask you a question...
An even better way to watch your portfolio soar (in my opinion) is to get exposure to emerging markets like China, India and Southeast Asia. Businesses around the world see these regions as a no brainers to grow sales. A changing labour force and billions of consumers growing wealth, what more could you ask for?
Oil market has become a crowded trade. Any correction in the oil price could see a swag of hedge funds selling to lock in profits. And that is what we saw this week as oil had its biggest price drop in more than two years.
As we all know the British public say ‘YES’ to Brexit. This result shocked a lot of people. Actually it really just shocked middle and upper class people from London. Everyone else in the country was sick of being the EU’s whipping boy and they wanted their Britain back.