What kind of amazing investment could outperform the property market in this country? The NZ stock market as it turns out.
Think the writer is a little naive really, but the essence of what he is saying is valid. Not so much retiring , but getting financially free is probably closer than a lot of people think….50 maybe, 45 if ambitious and only eat cabbage
There has been lots of media interest recently in regards to a new generation of cancer treatments. These immune suppressant drugs, with names such as Keytrud, are a hope for a cure for some forms of cancer. http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/insight/audio/201788862/new-cancer-drugs-and-funding-conundrums The drugs work by turning the bodies immune system to attack the cancer cells in […]
The commodity slow down has affected the world over the last month or so, however investments have generally rebounded from the volatility of the start of the year. There is still a lot of interest in what China is doing, as the world has relied on their growth to fuel their own economies. […]
Potentially the worlds largest and most influential company could be selling shares as Saudi Arabia looks to diversify. The current situation in oil producing countries is one of the bigger issues the world is dealing wiht at the moment.
Fall of nearly one million in official figures shows that demographic problems will be a reality for country in the future
An international leader in financial adviser training believes all financial planners will need to be qualified to a degree level in the future if they want to gain the public’s trust – New Zealand Herald
Fear. This has driven a lot of volatility this year. There are concerns in China, mainly due to the fact no one really can get a handle on whether they are doing well or not, as well as concerns over the banking sector particularly in Europe. On top of this, the cheapest prices on oil […]
Global concern about credit risk could increase the funding costs of local banks and lead to higher interest rates for New Zealand borrowers, a banking expert says. – New Zealand Herald
Auckland housing, and many other parts of the country to a lesser degree, is grossly overvalued, it’s as simple as that.