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About 10 years ago, Australia made the decision to develop a LNG export industry. Multinational oil and gas companies invested $70 billion to build a number of LNG export terminals on Gladstone Island, in Queensland.
For over a decade, Australia’s housing prices were on the up. They soared higher, in absolute terms and in comparison to incomes, than Aussie real estate markets had ever been.
Facebook’s share price fell almost 3% yesterday, but before then its shares had already been steadily declining over past weeks. This places Facebook en route to rival its largest quarterly loss since 2012, when it crashed by 30%. Shares of…
Well, it all comes down to consistency. You need to remove the guesswork and randomness that many traders are prone too. Only then can you create a systematic process.
Growth is up. Spending is up. Savings are down. In fact, savings as a ratio of income is just 1%. Here’s some high-level maths for you; a person on $100,000 a year is saving just $1,000.
The large gas reserves in the Bass Strait, which have fed Victoria for years, are on the decline. Now an increasing amount flows down the pipeline network from Queensland.
Some people believe crude will march to higher prices. Others say it’s overpriced… It’s tough to know who’s right. But, objectively speaking, the sector remains broadly ‘hated’ by the market.
The crowd is the market. If you want to do better than the market, you have to think independently and look for opportunities where the market isn’t looking.
The Canadians voted to make recreational pot legal this year. It was supposed to happen in July, but was pushed back to 17 October because the provinces weren’t ready.