What is Project: Shivom? It’s the next big thing. It will usher in an unprecedented era of medical marvels and create a genomic data market worth billions of dollars.
Botanix Pharmaceuticals Ltd [ASX:BOT] are struggling to keep up with their growth surge from earlier this year, as the biotech pharmaceutical company tumbled down 11.54%.
LifeHealthcare Group Ltd [ASX:LHC], a leading distributor of cutting edge medical devices, managed to survive the widespread carnage affecting the local share market yesterday.
Individual investors aren’t a systemic risk. Individuals don’t have a large enough access to borrowed capital (loans) to create that risk. The risk, as always, is in the hands of the know-it-alls and big heads…
When it comes to Tesla, its more about public relations than it is about actual solutions…or profitability.
The appeal of the ‘gig economy’ is it’s free of government regulations. But it seems when people start working in the ‘gig economy’, they don’t like it.
We figure every market has a maximum point it can reach before it lunges into reverse. The property market isn’t any different.
Village Roadshow Ltd [ASX:VRL] slumped more than 6% today, as the company’s second half performance is expected to be below the first half performance.
The Aussie housing market is (to use the words of a certain Donald J Trump) a ‘big fat bubble’. And it’s a bubble ready to burst.
Shares of listed services company, Spotless Group Holdings Ltd [ASX:SPO] gained more than 48% today, as engineering and infrastructure management company, Downer EDI Ltd [ASX:DOW] made a takeover bid for Spotless.
Whereas the US bubble has presented itself in the form of a stock market bubble, the Aussie bubble presents as a housing bubble. Americans love stocks. Aussies love housing.
Shares of Australia’s third largest iron ore producer, Fortescue Metals Group Ltd [ASX:FMG], slumped 3.7% today; BHP Billiton Ltd [ASX:BHP] fell more than 3%; and Rio Tinto Ltd [ASX:RIO] took a beating, down by 2.2%
Shares of listed building company, Boral Ltd [ASX:BLD] gained more than 2.1% today, as broking and research firm, JP Morgan raised its rating on the company’s stock, with a price target of $6.50.