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What are 5 small-cap NZX stocks examples?
Smallcap Stocks

What are 5 small-cap NZX stocks examples?

Highlights Having a market cap of fewer than two billion dollars, small-cap companies have great growth potential. Vital urges its shareholders to send the director nominations latest by 28 September. Savor wants to hold its ASM as a physical ...

Which are the 5 best performing NZX growth stocks?
Growth Stocks

Which are the 5 best performing NZX growth stocks?

Highlights Growth stocks have the ability to grow at a higher potential than the market. Growth investing helps investors in generating gains in lesser time. Sky Network, Turners Automotive, Hallenstein are some of the stocks that have shown g...

  • September 19, 2021 12:00 AM NZST
  • Sonal
US stocks close in a sea of red as tax hike fears grow
Market Updates

US stocks close in a sea of red as tax hike fears grow

US stocks closed the week in a sea of red on Friday, September 17, after technology shares led the broad losses across segments and tax hike fears dragged the benchmark indices down. The S&P 500 fell 0.91% to 4,432.99. The Dow Jones fell 0.48% t...

Why should HENRY individuals invest?
Personal Finance

Why should HENRY individuals invest?

High earners not rich yet or HENRY are individuals with a significantly high income and the potential to be wealthy in the future but are not rich. However, they tend not to have savings. HENRY individuals are plagued by spending highly on consumpt...

How to secure your finances for post-pandemic world
Personal Finance

How to secure your finances for post-pandemic world

The before-and-after economic scenarios of the COVID-19-hit world are a clear affirmation of how insecure life can be. The pandemic-induced lockdowns made some people crumble financially due to massive business losses or absence of income source. ...

  • September 18, 2021 02:47 AM NZST
  • Manisha
Here are few investing tips for GenX
Personal Finance

Here are few investing tips for GenX

Gen X or Generation X are people currently hovering around their late 30s or 40s and 60s. They are born after baby boomers and before the millenials. As kids they received minimal supervision from their parents. The generation was thus more impacte...

Beginner's Guide: What is hedging? How it works for investors
Investing Essentials

Beginner's Guide: What is hedging? How it works for investors

Hedging is a popular investment strategy which is employed to limit risks in financial assets. The risk management strategy also typically results in lowering potential profits. Thus, hedging reduces potential loss but doesn’t maximise potent...

  • September 18, 2021 02:37 AM NZST
  • Ashish
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