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SKY Television - The Cash Cow

SKY TV’s shares have been sold off heavily over the last three and a half years, hitting an all-time high of $6.95 per share in 2014 and currently sitting at $2.65 at the time of writing. People are concerned with the number of households moving to alternative offerings such as Netflix. It is worth pointing out that through 2012 and 2013 the analogue television signal was progressively switch off in New Zealand, this sent marginal buyers of SKY TV’s services...

Bitcoin, is it a good investment?

A colleague of mine was recently on their way to the airport when he struck up a conversation with the driver regarding Bitcoin. Very pleased with his returns to date, the driver proclaimed the end of traditional currencies and the endless upside potential of Bitcoin; and cryptocurrencies in general. Bitcoin is a decentralised digital currency which was created to solve the problem of needing a central depository, such as a bank or credit card company, to facilitate payments. Think of...

How to Get Rich, Slowly.

I am often asked how best to make money and protect capital. Record low interest rates around the world are making it difficult for investors to attain an adequate return from bank deposits. Should you invest in Property, Shares, Cash or Fixed Interest? The short answer is yes, to all of them. Every asset class has their merits, and spreading your risk is the only free lunch you will get on the way to wealth creation. A rudimentary example of how...

The week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan & Grant Walker from the National Business Review (NBR) 3min audio feature

Fletcher Building, Sky City and the week ahead. Tune into market talk with Jeremy Sullivan and Grant Walker. 3min audio

Which is better, Residential or Commercial Property Investment?

For many New Zealanders the goal of owning an investment property has been ingrained as one to aspire to. The reality can be quite different. Prices in Christchurch have been largely flat for last three years, sales volumes are falling and the engine room (Auckland) is running out of puff. The recent Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) restrictions put on by the Reserve Bank have seen landlords either being told to deleverage or that they cannot continue to build their property...

US Federal Reserve Rate Rise. NZ GDP disappoints. Fonterra result, what to expect- Market Talk with Jeremy Sullivan

Jeremy Sullivan dicusses this weeks main topics on the New Zealand sharemarket, joining him, Andrew Patterson from the National Business Review.
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Market Talk with Jeremy Sullivan. NZX Market Sentiment, Earnings Season, Trump - AUDIO FEATURE

Jeremy Sullivan talks to Andrew Patterson of the National Business Review regarding the upcoming earnings season on the NZX and which stocks to watch. Also, how is the market sentiment tracking enlight of the new administration in the US, and more... Click below to listen
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CNBC's Squawk Box talks to Jeremy Sullivan regarding the New Zealand Bond Market

Investors yearning higher yields while keeping a lid on risks have had a hard time of late. One investor says New Zealand debt may come to the rescue. U.S. Treasurys have long been a safe haven asset, but a sharp plunge in yields has pushed investors to search elsewhere. Recent Treasury International Capital (TIC) data revealed foreign investors dumped nearly $33 billion dollars in U.S. paper for the third straight month in June, begging the question of where market players...
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