17 October 2018

6 October 2018

Oil prices hit 4-year high on geopolitical uncertainty

Crude oil prices are peaking again with geopolitical uncertainty at the epicentre of future expectations.

24 September 2018

My Story

Fate always beckons and Destiny calls, we each have a story that needs to be told.

20 August 2018

Blockchain technology to be unleashed in Australian stock market

As blockchain technology delivers all-encompassing efficiency and transparency, major stock indices are taking notice.

4 August 2018

25 July 2018

16 June 2018

Not So Fast

The use of cobalt in lithium-ion batteries could be discharging to a premature end.

8 June 2018

Elitist schmoozefest

Elitist globalist figureheads roll into Turin, to help usher in a "post-truth" world.

20 April 2018

Tanzania grapples with foreign gold miners

New Tanzanian mining commission brings fresh rules but fails to derail golden status quo.

17 April 2018

The world’s biggest IPO feels the pressure of expectation

The oil market is buzzing with speculation — and for once, it has nothing to do with oil prices.

28 March 2018

Brexit conundrum

Two years ago, the UK voted to leave the EU. Today, politicians are still wondering whether its reasonable to do so.

26 March 2018

Facebook privacy scandal divides markets as media spotlight focuses on data security

The world’s largest social media company has sparked a social media storm that’s captured the attention of the entire world.

18 March 2018

Automakers compete for early market share in an electric vehicle future

Electric vehicles have duly arrived for the benefit of consumers and air-quality-conscious legislators — but there’s a catch.

1 March 2018

Morgan Stanley claims lithium price will plunge 45% by 2021

One of the world’s most eminent investment banks, Morgan Stanley, has thrown a potential spanner in the works of the burgeoning lithium industry.

16 February 2018

15 January 2018

Cryptocurrency Mining in the Digital Cloud

Cryptocurrencies have besieged the modern-day global economy as ferociously as a flash flood and as covertly as a plague of moles.

7 January 2018