Greg Canavan

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Greg Canavan is a Feature Editor at Money Morning. He likes to promote a seemingly weird investment philosophy based on the old adage that ‘ignorance is bliss’. That is, investing in the Information Age means you have all the information you need at your fingertips. But how useful is this information? Much of it is noise and serves to confuse, rather than inform, investors. And, through the process of confirmation bias, you tend to read what you already agree with. As a result, you often only think you know that you know what is going on. But, the fact is, you really don’t know. No one does. The world is far too complex to understand. When you accept this, your newfound ignorance becomes a formidable investment weapon. That’s because you’re not a slave to your emotions and biases.

US Politics’ Effect on the Stock Market

When the stock market responds to strong economic news with falls, it’s not a bullish sign, folks. Why? Because it means the Fed will continue raising rates.

Where Will The Aussie Market Go Next?

The odds suggest the bull market is probably ending in the US. And that means the Aussie market will struggle too.

Could This Be the Start To A Bear Market for the ASX?

The ASX 200 shed another 60-odd points on Tuesday, or 1% of its value. Is this another sign of global growth peaking? Probably.

Nikolai Tesla and Crimes Against Humanity

I’ve been looking around for the next ‘big’ investment opportunity. Which is pretty hard when most developed markets are at all-time or multi year highs.

The Return of Political Risk

Just how much is political risk priced into stock markets right now? It’s an impossible question to answer. Things are about to get very interesting.

You Can’t Make Money from What’s ‘Obvious’

Will the bull market continue? Will this turn out to be the longest (and most improbable) bull market in history? Who knows…so let’s get the popcorn out.

Whose Side Are Big Tech Companies On?

Overnight, four tech titans — Apple, Facebook, Youtube (owned by Alphabet/Google) and Spotify — simultaneously banned Alex Jones’ Info Wars news channel.

Will Lightning Strike Twice on the ASX 200?

The financial year drew to a close at the end of June. The ASX 200 increased 8.6% over the year. Add on around 4% in dividends, and you get a very decent return of 12.6%. Want to beat the market