Learn the secret of how to make money while those around you are fearful, in under 2 minutes. Explanation in the text below, as well as advice on how to react to recent stock market moves.
How to keep your head when those around you are losing theirs.
Firstly get better informed by asking 3 simple questions: What’s really going on? Why is it happening? What could happen next?
Then work out how it could affect you with another 3 simple questions.
The recent turmoil in the financial markets is a great example. Investors seemed to be losing their heads.
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October 17, 2014
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‘Grand’ gestures with minimal effects, Europe is doing the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ with a glass of water. Measures won’t measure up to much. Little movement in interest rates, not enough assets to buy and ultimately –
you can put out as many cream cakes as you’d like, but if people aren’t hungry, they aren’t going to eat. The pressure is rising and more is needed. Europe has become a ‘binary trade’, and it is important to invest in those set to benefit regardless.
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2 Measures That Won’t Measure Up To Much… (more…)
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October 6, 2014
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“Don’t invest in anything you don’t understand – beware of anything that seems too good to be true and where noone is able to explain to you why it isn’t…”
In the below clip, Smart Money Expert Gemma Godfrey quickly explains how to avoid another Madoff – how a Ponzi scheme works, how to spot one and how to be smarter with your money.
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August 14, 2014 1 Comment
Published in CityA.M.
The global recovery does not fully account for the rise in markets, and the growth that would justify these elevated price levels is not guaranteed.
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July 7, 2014 1 Comment
WHAT’S GOING ON?
The results of the world’s
largest election will be announced on Friday, and while it has been profitable to ‘buy on the rumour’, it may already be time to ‘sell on the news’. (more…)
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May 14, 2014
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‘Wind down’ is not withdrawal but watch negative news flow in the US; treading water is not growth so keep the champagne on ice for Europe; price is not value so beware investor sentiment; falling unemployment is not rising employment so watch the participation rate; and a hiccup is not a correction so keep an eye on an exit…
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January 19, 2014
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From a dog to a darling, Japanese stocks have finally found
favour. After returning 52% for investors last year, there are still 5 reasons this market has further to go, with opportunities most have missed. There is the potential for a catch up within the stock market, mispricing, earning growth, restructuring and increased buying. Sectors to benefit from reflation and growing domestic demand within a still unloved part of the market may profit.
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January 13, 2014 2 Comments