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.
That’s why the market has put in a strong rally recently. It sees a decent economy and a central bank on hold. It’s the classic goldilocks combination that the market loves. Which is why I think you’ll be seeing new highs in 2018.
China has plan that will provide a growing market for trade. It’s the largest overseas investment plan ever launched by a single country.
China announced plans for massive global infrastructure projects - The ‘One Belt, One Road' project will revive ancient networks of the silk trade routes.
Franchisees find land in a prime position, take out a lease and borrow funds for construction. They should be in the real estate business...
The implications for real estate, banks and the US economy will be huge in coming years. So I’m not so sure that the US is on the cusp of a recession.
Here's another reason I don’t fear a major bust right now. Busts follow booms, and the IPO market tells you there is no boom to speak of.
We hear so much, about how high Aussie property prices are. That Australia hasn't had a recession in two decades and one is due.
The property mid-cycle slowdown is due soon. A lot of ‘tall’ buildings will open up in 2019. And other things that are the biggest, longest or tallest.
In today’s Money Morning…what China’s new wave of renewable energy means for Aussie investors…an Indian construction boom…the clock that could tell you when to invest…