Have you ever wondered about the business model behind all those bikes that have popped up around town? Well that’s one of the items on the agenda for this week’s episode of Inside Investing, a joint initiative between Livewire and Cuffelinks.
For Livewire readers not familiar with Cuffelinks please check out the blurb at the bottom of this post.
On the Agenda
- Retail revival – has the market gone too bearish on retails stocks
- Goals based investing – flipping the question on your investing objectives
- Global LICs are killing it right now
- The Australian housing market… need I say more
- The most misleading investment statistic going around?
- The Future Generation Investment Forum should be a cracker
- A feature on short selling
- How those pesky bikes are going to make money (check out the image below)
- A truly practical use for Bitcoin
The podcast is also availavble on iTunes: (VIEW LINK)
Time to switch back into retail?
Will Australian house prices crash?
What real estate agents don’t tell you
LIC update: The benefits of international investing
Future Generation Investment Forum
Ignore the rise of short selling at your peril
Cuffelinks provides investors with a complementary service to that of Livewire. The Cuffelinks website has a rich archive of well-researched articles providing answers to many important issues facing investors and how they implement their investment strategies. It is independently operated and the quality of the investment information is of the highest standard. For those Livewire readers not familiar with Cuffelinks, I highly recommend visiting the website and registering for the weekly newsletter.
About those bikes...
Oh yeah... How about this picture showing a massive pile of trashed share bikes in China!! Full story here: (VIEW LINK)
I have 13 years experience in equity markets and financial media. In 2013 I Co Founded, Livewire Markets with Tom McKay. Our vision is to be the #1 source of investment ideas in Australia. Opinions expressed are my own.
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