In an effort to diversify, super funds are concentrating less on the Australian stock market.
China's financial problems are getting worse, which will have collateral effects in Australia.
The ASX is really an income focused market, which, given the low interest rate environment, makes it attractive.
Yep, it's back. Be very afraid.
There seems to be an agenda to completely change the global financial system, which poses a lot of, mostly unanswerable, questions for investors.
The most common way to assess markets is to see them in terms of cycles. Because it is most common, it is what shifts markets.
Advisers like to see patterns in the past and claim they will repeat in the future.
Capitalist systems are ailing and the climate 'Great Reset' is a sinister attempt to find a way out.
The performance of Tesla's share price is quite a spectacle.
Some big things are happening with the world's tech oligopolies and the portents are not good.
Alarming trends in fertility are possibly pointing to the extinction of the human race.
Following what the big investors are doing increasingly means thinking low emissions.