Around a quarter of Australian adults have used a Buy Now, Pay Later service. What does the industry's increasing influence mean for younger and at-risk consumers?
Do activist short sellers actively destroy the value of firm investments, in addition to their role in ‘correcting mispricing / overvaluation’?
Divorce, for most, is an uncomfortable, life-altering experience. What is the impact of divorce on individual stock market trading decisions?
This week: the evolution (or revolution) in the BNPL disruption story.
This week: as cryptocurrencies plummet, some stable coins are not so stable.
Study examines whether the integration of environmental, social, and governance ratings makes investment responsible.
Are intangible assets now the primary drivers of company value?
This week: Finfluencers - more and more young people get their financial advice on TiktTok and other social media platforms.
Cryptocurrencies may be heading into space, but here’s some down to earth advice.
This week: we discuss how digital ownership through NFTs creates value and new kinds of assets, and what the GameStop saga reveals about new forms of spontaneous digital organising.
When houses earn more than jobs: how we lost control of Australian house prices and how to get it back
In some quarters, the median Sydney home earns more from capital gains than the median worker earns from wages. Now's a good time to wind back the measures that push prices up.