Your car is now the most high tech piece of kit you’ll possibly ever own. But it doesn't even compare with what the cars of the future will look like.
I’m working on the assumption that the US economy will peak in 2018. In fact, the market may well have peaked in January 2018. What evidence do I have for that?
When a stock price is going up, that means investors are going crazy. Analysts believe that growth will continue. But it isn't long before all that comes crashing down.
Friday saw the release of the non-farm payrolls report. The US economy created 223,000 jobs in May, compared to expectations of 188,000. The unemployment rate is just 3.9%, which, according to CNBC, is the lowest since April 2000.
Today, almost no one thinks steel, oil and railroads are sexy. But in the 1800s, these were emerging industries, where many a fortune was built. Any spare cash would go towards scaling the business. However, many of the biggest companies today don’t have the same luxury. Here's why.
Investors have retreated from European stocks after seeing political upheaval in Italy. The euro is once again facing an existential threat. What does this mean for world markets?
The RBA reckons China’s debt is now around 260% of GDP. If the US and European economies slow into the second half of 2018 and into 2019, then China will feel the effect. How will this impact Australia?
The US dollar rally has barely paused for breath since getting underway in February. Late last week, it took its toll on commodities. Oil fell nearly 3%. Iron ore fell 3.7%, while aluminium declined 0.7%. What will happen next?
Snapchat [NYSE:SNAP] has had the slowest user growth it’s ever experienced as its shares drop by 3.01%. They went through a new redesign which many users did not favour. Snapchat struggled to attract new users to its platform, which resulted in the app having a hard time keeping up with its figures from last quarter.
Can President Trump flout the law with the flourish of a Twitter finger? Legally, the President shouldn’t be able to do a thing. Who knows though, he appears to do whatever he wants, with little regard for the consequences. At least China’s President Xi is an out-and-out dictator.