About Ryan Dinse

Ryan Dinse is an analyst at Markets and Money.

He has two decades of experience in financial planning, equity analysis and credit markets.

Ryan combines fundamental, technical and economic analysis to identify and invest in good ideas at the appropriate stage of the economic cycle.

He has a strong interest in technology, economic history and disruptive business models.

His focus at the moment is as lead analyst on two of our most recent and innovative investor services, Crash Market Investor and Sam Volkering’s Secret Crypto Network.

He will write about the exciting opportunities for investors to benefit from significant changes in world markets.

He is a member of Fintech Australia, a former member of the Digital Currency Council, and is a fully accredited financial adviser.

warren buffet

Why Buffett’s a Broken Clock on Bitcoin

Warren Buffett admits he doesn’t know anything about bitcoin, but still predicts they will end badly. Unfortunately for his legions of supporters, the ‘Oracle of Omaha’ has a track record of missing out on big tech trends.
Boom in asia

A Double Boom Coming

The consumer confidence done by an independent (and non-Chinese) company with a good reputation to uphold, says consumer confidence is on the rise in China. And when consumers are happy, they spend money. And when 1 billion Chinese spend money, the world economy benefits too.
blockchain technology

Investing Beyond the Blockchain Hype

The companies that will really benefit will probably not have the word ‘blockchain’ in their name. They will be companies that can strengthen their position by using the technology. Or by making themselves crucial contributors to the data value chain.
India economy set to boom

India: The Investment Hotspot to Watch

There’s no question that spotting growth in emerging countries — economies in need of our resources — at the right time is a huge opportunity for Australian investors. India is now the world’s fastest growing economy, and will likely be for many decades to come. It’s growing at a brisk 7% per annum - Good news for them. And good news for you.
Trump economic policies will turn to big losses for US

Trump’s Short-Term Economic Policies Will Result in Huge Losses

These policies do nothing to alleviate any of these problems. In fact, they exacerbate them by putting pressure on future governments to cut spending. There’s a strong chance that the US will never pay their debts back. In the past the only two ways a country would get out of such a mess is by strongly devaluing their currency. Such a move would end the US’s economic dominance.
bitcoin 2018 developments

Why 2018 Could Be the Year of Bitcoin

Part of Bitcoin's value is based on what it can currently do — namely store and transfer your wealth in a decentralised non-government controlled system — and part on what it will be able to do in the future. It’s the second part I want to talk about today. That’s the part the critics overlook. Because 2018 is set to be a very exciting time for bitcoin development.
Bitcoin 2018 to hit $100000

Bitcoin to Hit $100,000 in 2018?

It appears one of the world’s biggest tech investors has been quietly buying up bitcoin. 2018 should see some big strides in their technical progress. The big money knows this and is starting to move in. But they don’t want to show their hand yet.
tax cuts

When’s a Tax Cut Not a Tax Cut?

I’m all for tax cuts, but personal tax cuts are what needs to be on the table. And the issue of fairness needs to be addressed too. Society can’t function when the only people paying tax are honest middle-class workers.
sectors that could boom in 2018

Three Sectors That Could Boom in 2018

With the Trump tax cuts likely to prop up confidence and the US economy, I think you should have at least a part of your portfolio in some speculative sectors. If the bull market does run through 2018, you want to make sure you’re making hay while the sun still shines.
investing guru Warren Buffett

What the Great Investors Can Teach You

You probably know the old saying, ‘There’s more than one way to skin a cat.’ Nowhere is that truer than in the world of investing. Don’t think there’s only one way to create wealth. There are many.
stock market trading

The Quest for Trading Truth

Trading sounds hard to a lot of people. Professionals devise complicated algorithms, computerised models with thousands of inputs, or they work on charts with different indicators feeding into a complex buying or selling processes. Here’s the truth: Markets are actually not hard to understand.
cryptocurrency global concept

Welcome to the New World Order

The problem they’ve got is this. The rich can’t buy in to such a ‘small’ market without showing what they are doing this (which would push up prices out of their control). So instead they are trying to make ordinary people write it off, panic sell or fear cryptocurrencies. Or at least not compete with them to buy in. Its economics 101.
investing dilemma

An Investor’s Major Dilemma in Today’s Markets

You may have heard of the ‘prisoner’s dilemma’. It’s a standard example in a branch of economics called game theory. Well nowadays, the classical models of economics taught in universities have proven to be poor models of reality. Which brings us to the investor’s dilemma today.
biotech

Why Every Single Stock in the Biotech Sector Could Go Up

Biotechnology relies on data to conduct research. It’s the key ingredient in the validation process. Big data is not new. But what is new is the addition of blockchain to big data. It’s an intersection of big data, blockchain and biotech. And if it plays out as I think it will, biotech valuations will surge big time.