Some stocks just do not grab the imagination. There is no exciting China strategy to unfold. No game-changing piece of technology. But sometimes these stocks are not as dull as they might seem.
Whether you are a devotee of technical analysis (TA), agnostic about it, or simply refuse to acknowledge any merit in it at all, it can still help with your trading.
There once was a time when working at a hedge fund was a sure-fire way to show that you had made it. But something happened to change all that.
Unemployment is low in many parts of the developed world. Perhaps as low as it will go this cycle. The next thing on the economic agenda is wage growth.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) own such a big (and growing) chunk of stock. The so-called passive investors. But don’t be mistaken. These funds aren’t quite as passive as you think.
All option strategies come with risks and obligations. Irrespective of how complicated the strategy is, though, there is something that remains unchanged.
Once the bastion of true competition — capitalism — is now at the behest of activists. It is the world of so-called ‘passive’ investing.
Awash with cheap funding, investors worldwide are running the ruler over Australian companies. A falling currency is only adding to the mix. The further the Aussie dollar falls, the cheaper … Read More