This summer, JUNO looks at the share market. In this issue we explain the booms and gloom of bull and bear markets, talk about the psychology of investing, and how stronger regulations are helping Kiwis trust the share market again. Also, get your money working harder for you with our financial Boot Camp.



Ten Years After the GFC


The global financial crisis (GFC) and finance-company collapses destroyed the financial futures of many New Zealanders. Paul Gregory from the FMA talks about what’s been done to help Kiwis regain trust in the investment system.

Rewriting the IPO Rulebook


When Rod Drury launched Xero, he listed the company on the share market, and it became a whole new ballgame for New Zealand investors. Now Xero has proposed delisting from the NZX, Drury looks back at what the share market has meant for Xero.  

This Bull Market Still Has Legs


The global economy is in great shape and there are many signs that this bull market could still have a while to run, writes Pie Funds’ portfolio manager Victoria Harris. Global business and output indicators continue to read positively.