This is a controversial view as it has the potential to undermine the stability of our whole nation’s economy. Our banking sector is built on a foundation of housing mortgages.
There’s the well-known Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, composer of musicals such as Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Evita. And there’s the less well-known Cameron Mackintosh.
Yesterday I mentioned that some of last year’s dog stocks could become winners. However, I won't be buying yet. A downtrend is a low probability play, no matter how appealing the value.
Ingenia Group Unit’s [ASX:INA] share price has increased by nearly 18% over the past week. The senior living group’s shares are currently trading at $3.10, their highest share value since mid-2014.
The Reserve Bank continues to hold the official cash rate at 1.5%. What’s going on? Is this as good as it gets for the Aussie economy?
How do you then pick a company with personality? Well, they don’t necessarily have to look the best. But they do have to have a business which gets better over time.
The smart money flow index has just plunged. There’s a risk that you’re going to see another leg down in US stocks very shortly. What will happen next?
Without a rising and stable real estate market, the economy will suffer. Both federal and state governments benefit from higher property prices. They can generate more fees and taxes from higher land prices, allowing more money to flow through to governments.
Thought about buying a house recently? Or even selling? If you’ve been looking into the real estate market, or simply watching the news over the past decade, you’ll have noticed that housing prices have soared. It also would have been quite difficult for you to miss the housing crisis currently spreading throughout the country.
With the construction boom taking place across Australia, substantial share growth in one day is not out of the ordinary. Mirvac Group is no exception, growing in share value by 4.05% today.