US Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to turn the clock back to 1971. That’s when President Nixon declared a ‘war on drugs’, including cannabis.
Iron ore has had quite a ride over the past year. Investors on the right side of the trade have pocketed impressive gains.
Government officials and agencies have turned a blind eye towards reality. The reality of the booming world of cryptocurrencies.
If you followed along with this week’s Markets & Money, you’ll know a thing or two about cryptocurrencies.
We would need to sell nine of the Great Barrier Reef to pay off the federal government’s half a trillion dollar debt binge.
Just as alcohol taxes have put an end to Aussie drinking culture (right?), sugar taxes will soon turn us into a nation of productive, healthy athletes…
The cost of oil is important when building or operating malls and office towers. If you’re bullish on oil and waiting for a peak, don’t hold your breath.
10 years ago today, the first cracks in the global financial system emerged. You undoubtedly recall exactly how painful the impact of the GFC was.
Rather than label all debt as, well, debt, the government reclassified its overspending habits. We now have ‘good’ overspending and ‘bad’ overspending.
When was the last time you dropped over $10,000 in cash? If you’re like me, it’s probably not a weekly, or even yearly, experience.
Six passengers per square metre? Bring on the Oshiya! And perhaps Japan’s 500–600% real estate explosion of the 80s will play out here as well before the property bubble final bursts.
Tax Freedom Day marks the day on which Australians, as a nation, are finally free from the government’s relentless cash grab. Meaning for the rest of the year you’re actually…at long last…working for yourself.
The global stock markets have never been safer. Least, not in a quarter century. Apparently Macron’s election triumph has laid France’s problems to rest.
Select stocks in the coal and grass industries will likely deliver healthy gains this year. The trick, as always, is finding the right ones.