3 March 2021
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Aussies are going bush. Are our capitals dead cities walking?

Will our major cities become ghost towns as we shift to the regions?

Something’s good about this data

Vaccinations on the rise, infections are down. Soon Covid-19 will be Yesterday’s news.

Why I love Barbie but hate the bond market!

I have a new-found respect for the once washed up Barbie doll but I have a different feeling about the bond market and its negative impact on the stock market.

ASIC needs to stop short-sellers behaving badly

ASIC must try to do something to protect investors from market-manipulating short-sellers who pedal BS to make a fortune.

Woolies shows again why backing the ‘number one’ is the best strategy

Woolworths is now trading at an even bigger premium to Coles compared to three months' ago, but is this premium still justified?

Bitcoin – the game Millennials love to play

Having fetched $US380 apiece five years ago, Bitcoin last week hit the $US57,000 ($74,000) level before retreating below $US50,000. Is this the start of something big or just a big punt for young players?

Should you buy or sell Crown shares?

Will the hanging judge bury Crown’s share price? Can Crown’s share price cope with The Fink’s exposures?

Cheap money up for grabs & going fast!

The Federal government and the Reserve Bank are shovelling out money for anyone who wants to have a crack via the banks.

Keep an eye on the share market this week

Shares remain at risk of a short-term correction after having run up so hard in recent months.

Anti-vaxxers booing at the Australian Open are economic nincompoops

In a democracy, the majority rules. The majority are pro-vaccinations. Jabs will be great for the economy and even for the anti-vaxxers.

Investment markets and key developments over the past week

Australian shares were boosted early last week to their highest level in nearly a year by strong earnings results, but reversed course as concerns around rising bond yields weighed with the week seeing sharp falls in utilities, consumer staple, real estate and energy stocks.

And it’s burn, burn, burn, this economy’s on fire!

The taste of these good numbers is sweet. And bound by a wild desire to keep Australians in jobs and the economy ticking strongly, I believe in this economic ring of fire.

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