Short sellers sell stock in a company they don’t own. It’s called selling short.
If you want to make money — whatever route you choose — the road to profit is paved with both opportunity and crisis. No risk, no reward.
The world is a dynamic place. The US versus China trade war is unresolved. You can see the markets buck and kick with every fresh update.
It goes without saying, investors should be buying quality. Surely, we should be trying to buy good businesses all the time? But there’s a problem.
A local strategy is usually one that dominates over time. And as we move to a localised world, I think these locally dominant companies are the ones that will benefit.
Buying is back on the menu. In fact, investors haven’t been this giddy since the volatility shock in February earlier this year.
The odds suggest the bull market is probably ending in the US. And that means the Aussie market will struggle too.
The ASX 200 shed another 60-odd points on Tuesday, or 1% of its value. Is this another sign of global growth peaking? Probably.
China has a massive pool of consumers, willing to pay up for quality international brands. But it’s not the only opportunity for Aussie retailers.
Today, I’m going to show you how to use your time effectively to try and find some of the very best stocks on the ASX.
I don’t mind talking about politics. Taxes, immigration and new legislation affects everyone. But there are so many problems with Aussie politics.
If investing is stressful and exciting, you’re probably doing it wrong. Let me rephrase that. Learning about new businesses and technologies is extremely interesting. It’s one of the main reasons … Read More