With residential property prices racing higher, could the market be a ponzi, a bubble or simply imbalanced?
Economies are yet to recover from Covid-19, and yet despite the economic chill, the bull is still charging, with stock markets at all-time highs.
Please don’t shoot the messenger here, but residential property is not a productive asset class for our country.
This year some company shares have gone hay-wire.
Many investors in conservative risk KiwiSaver funds or in fixed income funds might be a little surprised right now to see how some of their funds have lost value or exhibited more fluctuation in value than normal.
KiwiSaver providers are pledging to use some of their money to provide affordable housing.
It’s just over a year since the big Covid sell-off in global markets, which was a response to the virus hitting Western countries.
Just when we thought there was a light at the end of the proverbial, Aucklanders are staring down yet another level 3 for seven days and the rest of the country level 2.
After dishing out more than 85 million meals to some 300,000 Kiwis, My Food Bag has become a household name in New Zealand, whetting investors’ appetite as the first listing on the NZX for the year.