Common sense and experience tell me much of the tech stocks we pour dollars into are hopelessly overvalued and the benefits they claim are massively over-exaggerated.
Netflix expects to lose more subscribers as growth slows, recession and inflation hits, and competition in the streaming wars hots up.
The big decisions that will influence markets will come out the political arena, and it’s all going to happen in the next few months.
Bill Blain presents some ideas on how investment imperatives have to adapt as the underlying narrative changes.
There is nothing we Brits like as much as talking ourselves down but has the negativity towards the UK’s prospects gone too far?
The lesson from the first week of the year is that we should drop any assumptions 2021 is going to get any easier
If you really want to worry about how euphoric markets are, think about the US IPO market. Toppy or what?
After a stunning rise in recent months, Bill Blain says it’s time to “get real” about the long-term prospects for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Is the global economy swinging decisively in China’s favour, or will it prove a longer term struggle? Bill Blain investigates…
Bill Blain wonders whether it’s time to cash in some of those tech gains, in preparation for the next phase of the cycle.