19 November 2019
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If I offered you $1,000 for an hour’s work, would you say yes?

The task would be simple and if you did it for yourself you could learn how to turn $1,000 into $256,000.

Does ScoMo have a Domino’s problem?

The PM’s mistake on how to get the economy going relates to the problems Domino’s Pizza were having but have got over.

The success story of LVMH

Following LVMH's US$14.5 billion bid for jeweller Tiffany, read Charlie Aitken's recent analysis of the luxury giant from the Switzer Report.

Is the government leading young people into a property ponzi scheme?

The Federal Government’s scheme to make it easier for first home buyers to get on the property ladder is well intentioned but is it adding to the property price problem?

How to control your emotional side when investing in shares

“Success in investing doesn’t correlate with IQ… what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing.” Here’s how I manage my anxiety when investing in the stock market.

Good morning, Australia

The latest economic news and data from the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Australia: Inflation data hogs the spotlight

In Australia, investors will be focussed on the latest inflation report. But the latest data on home prices and the gauges of activity in manufacturing will also compete for attention.

Why would a banker use the R-word?

Talking the economy down doesn’t represent great leadership. In all my time in the media, we never used the R-word unless it was upon us.

Short selling is out of control

Wise guy offshore short sellers have been attacking WiseTech Global — here’s why I think short selling needs to be regulated.

The PM and the Treasurer need to act

We’re not in the precarious position we were in with the GFC in 2008 but there is another history lesson Josh and Scott should heed.

Understand the word RISK

Bank deposit rates won’t give you the return you might need but don’t throw caution to the wind when looking for higher returns.

Can we believe an upbeat Josh Frydenberg?

Frydenberg’s positivity on Aussie growth and his rejection of the IMF view, are all good to hear. Now we have to hope he’s right! Here’s my take…

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