page top

Term Deposit Special  


Home / Blog / CEO Blog / Economic


Market bubbles

Attention: open in a new window. Print

Monday, 12 February 2018 09:00

As children, we were taught that what goes up must come down. As adults, we often ignore this sage advice when it comes to investing and money matters. Like the good times, a rising market can’t last forever. All trends end, making price corrections (declines) inevitable.

Read/Post Comments (0)

Read more: Market bubbles


Failed resolutions

Attention: open in a new window. Print

Monday, 05 February 2018 09:00

February is about the time that the wheels start falling off our New Year’s resolutions. I see this first-hand every year, without fail. The swimming pool that I use on week days becomes extra busy from mid-January to mid-February. Following that, the crowd disappears and the small group of regular swimmers (including yours truly) rejoices at reclaiming “our” pool.

Read/Post Comments (0)

Read more: Failed resolutions


Loan serviceability

Attention: open in a new window. Print

Monday, 27 November 2017 09:00

How much can I borrow? This is the most common question asked by home buyers and should be answered before you go shopping for your dream home or investment property. Knowing up-front how much you can spend will save you disappointment later.

Read/Post Comments (0)

Read more: Loan serviceability


Massive landowners

Attention: open in a new window. Print

Monday, 20 November 2017 09:00

It’s claimed that Queen Elizabeth II is the largest landowner on Earth. As head of the Commonwealth of Nations, she is technically the legal owner of 6.6 billion acres of terra firma. In reality, Her Majesty does not personally own all the land in her realms. Rather, it is owned by the millions of her subjects who hold title to a parcel of land, granted by the Crown.

Read/Post Comments (0)

Read more: Massive landowners


Corporate giants

Attention: open in a new window. Print

Monday, 18 September 2017 10:00

Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and Alphabet (the parent company of Google), are economic powerhouses. These tech behemoths have created an Internet oligopoly that has changed the face of modern capitalism. Collectively, their combined market capitalisation is worth three trillion dollars, making them the most valuable public companies on the planet.

Read/Post Comments (0)

Read more: Corporate giants


Page 1 of 5

Subscribe to our CEO Blog

* indicates required

CEO Paul Thomas