For The Love of Writing
In this issue number 1 of our new publication Sporadic, running to three pages, I invite people to give thought to what it means if interest rates stay at low levels for an extended period of time. While one usually jumps immediately to thinking as a borrower, the more interesting effects may be on investor behaviour, especially once one factors in not just the Baby Boomer bulge of people perhaps “needing” to boost their returns, but a slowly building expectation of living longer and needing retirment income over a longer period.
It adds up to increased demand for voluntary medical precedures, holiday homes, investment properties, and new workplace skills. There is scope for people to develop businesses to profit from these trends.