Some sectors are looking stronger than others as the covid crisis eases.
Australia's farmers need more equity capital in this harsh environment, but super funds are not stepping up.
BHP and Rio should always get some investor attention.
How are the banks that feed the housing boom faring?
Nothing, it seems, will stop Australian property prices. The 'pandemic' has pushed them to new heights.
The ASX is really an income focused market, which, given the low interest rate environment, makes it attractive.
Predictably, the low interest rates on cash are forcing SMSF investors to look elsewhere, especially shares.
Surging inflation is traditionally good for producers of the yellow stuff.
The worst case scenario is looking more likely.
Savings in Australia soared during Covid because of government pump priming. That creates a bullish outlook for some sectors.
The performance of Tesla's share price is quite a spectacle.
Uranium is likely to come back into fashion with the development of small nuclear reactors, but where are the investment options?