There has been a steep climb in vanadium prices over the last two years. Prices have gone up by a factor of 10 during this period. Recently, there has been a significant finding of high-grade…
If you wish to be proactive and look to take control of your destiny before, and not after, the event, then here’s a brief summary of what to consider when investing in self-managed super funds.
There is no doubt that cryptos are dividing the financial community. But, while the debate goes on, money is slowly making its way onto the space.
In recently released data from CoreLogic, auction clearance rates in capital cities are at their lowest level since December 2012. But the real pain in the months to come may be felt by apartment owners.
It seems obvious that an investor would want to invest in the asset class that offers the least amount of risk. But the sharp fall in the Dow Jones last week wasn’t the worst globally.
Those who follow the market are aware US 10-year bond yields have been rising steadily since July 2016. But what many people don’t know is that there is a hidden debt bomb that could blow…
The ‘official’ spin paints a picture of an economy enjoying relatively good health, when the reality is quite the opposite. We’re bloated with debt. That’s the truth behind our economic ‘successes’.
We didn’t really get over the 2008 financial crisis. Instead, central banks around the world decreased interest rates and pumped in a lot of money to keep the economy going. This has fuelled the recovery.
Much like Google with Google Home and Amazon with Alexa, Facebook is looking to get into your house. They’re looking to do this through Portal.
Iron ore spot prices have shown mixed results this week. Some analysts arguing that prices would stay positive after gains earlier in this week.
Imagine if walking an extra kilometre every day bought you a half-price trip to Bali at the end of the month. Or if losing five kilograms gave you gold-class movie tickets. Well, if you think…
October is bad for markets. At least that’s according to the so-called October Effect theory. Apparently, investors get nervous this time of the year, so markets are more prone to declines.
Markets have rebounded from previous sell-offs and the bulls seem to be back in control. But ignore the developments out of Italy at your peril.
The stock market saw a sharp move down last week. And it brought out all the bears, with their sweeping statements. Forget about all the analysts with their indicators flashing red. Or, the bears calling…