The beachhead has already been established. Its massive fulfilment centre in Melbourne’s outer southeast is ready. With quick access to the busiest cargo seaport in Australia, it’s clear Amazon doesn’t intend to start small.
Snap Inc. It was billed as the next big tech stock that had investors frothing. The next Facebook Inc or Google. Unfortunately, It’s been a rough year for the company and for shareholders. It could get worse before it gets better. The earnings report is in and, well, things aren’t looking good…
There’s an old saying in the markets: The fastest way to make a million dollars is to start with two million. Once again, another fund manager has added credibility to this maxim.
Construction products manufacturer James Hardie Industries plc [ASX:JHX] climbed 4.3% this morning to $19.77 per share. Could this be the start of a late run to put the stock in positive territory for 2017?
There’s a key piece still missing in Amazon’s Australian expansion plans. One that could be as important to its logistics operations as refrigeration technology is to the meatpacking business.
Did you know that when your stock holdings go up and down, your brain releases chemicals to generate a response from you? When stocks rise, you get a shot of dopamine and serotonin. It’s your brain’s way of encouraging you…
We are glad and, at the same time, regretful that we have launched two cryptocurrency services. However, we like to think that by giving folks advice, and educating them on the sector, they’ve become wiser about how it all works.
Investors simply aren’t worried about anything. Which means the market isn’t priced for any kind of worrying event. When you get such pervasive optimism, it is indeed a time to be worried.
The Aussie market didn’t like the data, with Myer shares falling 4.6%. But the jokes really on the early investors. The departments store share price is now worth one fifth of value compared to initial public offering price of $4.10 in November 2009.
For years, there’s been no more reliable investment class in Australia than residential property in our major cities. But increasingly, it looks like 2017 could be the year that changes.