For a number of years I have been very bullish on the Australian dollar. The reasons are clear for a person with a knowledge of foreign currency markets and mining. 150 billion in wealth to the Australian economy, i.e. about 15% of GDP is going to be added to the Australian economy. 5. Mineral prices are still rising and can be expected to keep increasing as long as the global labor market continues liberalizing.
6. A mining project may take anywhere from 2-10 years to commission rate. Based on this given information, we would expect around half of this investment to be earning export dollars in the next 3 years (i.e. 25% of 30% of GDP) offering 7.5% growth in GDP. Mining is adding about 2.5% development to GDP. But then we have to recognize that is just area of the overall economy, and this ignores the administrative center inflows to fund this investment. This is why it is good to be Australia. Well, actually there are a great number of reasons. In fact, I can only think of one bad one.
We have a federal government – 2nd and then Mussolini in terms of is fascist foundation for governance. Australians are vulnerable given these are just basking in jobs unwittingly, high pay, and excessive sun. This is a problem because people begin spending obviously, raising foreign debts levels, people will stop working, reducing workforce involvement, and economic efficiencies tend to creep in thus.
Australia. The land of dairy and honey.And bad government. A miner’s heaven. There is certainly some vulnerability to global events Obviously; most particularly global metal prices. I actually think we can get some vulnerability as a result of an oil-price spike in the entire East, as revolutions broaden in scope.
- Public public sale (foreclosure sales, estate sales, etc.)
- Includes: All production or income gained within the U.S. by U.S. and foreign producers
- Subsidised biofuels production in the West increase demand for maize
- Holding money or investment trusts rather than a few individual stocks
- Who earned the bid
- How much do you know about the product
- (Q) Can children under (7) wish to pay a visit, apply for the introduction visa
The company has said they expect to increase dividends by 3 to 5% in the future. That would see future total results at around 7.6% to 9.6%. However, since the stock is quite overpriced, the next few years will discover lower total returns. See my spreadsheet at ppl.htm. Pembina transports crude oil and natural gas liquids stated in Western Canada.
It has and operates essential oil sands pipelines and has a growing presence in midstream and natural gas services areas. Pembina retains a 50% fascination with the Fort Saskatchewan Ethylene Storage Facility. Its website is here Pembina Pipelines. This blog is meant for educational purposes only, and it is not to provide investment advice. Before making any investment decision, you should always do your own research or consult an investment professional. See my website for stocks followed and investment notes. Follow me on Twitter or StockTwits.