“Over the course of history, investments of all kinds have experienced massive booms and busts. It could be said that these cycles simply chart irrational investment behavior. This phenomenon (labelled the herd mentality) powerfully corrupts rational investment analyses and decisions”.
Category: Consumer, Business and Transport
“We’re only at the start of the retail revolution. In the coming decade the way we shop for everything from bread and milk, to luxury items to financial services, and everything in between will change. It’s an exciting time to be in retailing. Businesses that are nimble, smart and digitally engaged are the ones that will reap the greatest rewards”
“We talk about Australia moving away from a resource-dependent economy, to an innovation or technology economy – but if we don’t learn how to evaluate high-growth tech stocks in the right way, we are in danger of losing our best and brightest.”
“With a weakening Australian dollar and ever increasing competitive pressures, we expect to see further interest by overseas retailers in the Australian retail market”
“Of the three key foundations, technology is having an increasingly large impact. Recent social trends suggest that the industry is sensitive to factors such as innovation, advertising, and use of social media.”
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“G20 members set a goal to raise global growth by at least an additional 2% by 2018, beyond normal economic growth”
“The Federal government held its second “red tape repeal day”, with plans to repeal nearly 1,000 pieces of legislation and regulation”
“Whilst 28% of CFOs were more optimistic about their financial prospects than they were three months ago, this was almost offset by the 26% that were less optimistic”