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Stocks Are Down, Here’s How to Profit from the Rebound…

Stocks Are Down, Here’s How to Profit from the Rebound…

24 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

The Australian stock market gained 52 points yesterday. It turns out that things may not be so bad in China after all.

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When the Stock Market is This Bad, it Must be Time to Buy…

When the Stock Market is This Bad, it Must be Time to Buy…

23 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

We’ve seen scenarios play out like this before over the past six years. The stock market takes a beating. Investors overdo it, and then the market rebounds.

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Why Higher Yielding Stocks Aren’t Always Your Best Bet

Why Higher Yielding Stocks Aren’t Always Your Best Bet

23 September 2014 by Meagan Evans

High yielding dividend-paying stocks are often seen as stable investments. But at a certain point they actually become riskier than the average stock.

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The ‘Wise Investment Advice’ That’s Not Always Worth Taking

The ‘Wise Investment Advice’ That’s Not Always Worth Taking

22 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

You need to split your investments into different categories. You need an element of safety with some stocks, and an element of risk with other stocks.

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What Happens if Interest Rates Go Up?

What Happens if Interest Rates Go Up?

19 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

Investors are convinced interest rates are on the rise. They know that should be bad for stocks. But they’re not sure.

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Is Our Australian Stocks 7,000 Target on the Ropes?

Is Our Australian Stocks 7,000 Target on the Ropes?

18 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

At some point, the Australian stock market will look past the immediate short-term problems in China and start focusing on long-term low interest rates…

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Why You Should Invest for the Long and the Short Term

Why You Should Invest for the Long and the Short Term

17 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

When emerging markets stocks have taken a hit in recent weeks (along with the Aussie market, we’ll add), most investors forget about the long term plans.

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There’s a Bear Market in Stocks and You Didn’t Even Know it

There’s a Bear Market in Stocks and You Didn’t Even Know it

16 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

This doesn’t mean stocks are about to crash. And we’re not about to tell you to sell all your stocks. As far as investing goes, it’s business as usual.

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There’s No Uncle Sam here, Just a Tech Coach

There’s No Uncle Sam here, Just a Tech Coach

10 September 2014 by Sam Volkering

We’ll see companies advance and innovate robotic technology so fast that we’ll forget what it was like in the ‘good old days’ of the 2010s…

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How to Predict the Future of Gold Without Time Travel

How to Predict the Future of Gold Without Time Travel

08 September 2014 by Ken Wangdong

In the second quarter of 2013, Gold went through a structural adjustment. The sharp fall in the gold price rendered this short term valuation model useless.

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When the Bond Market Takes a Shine to Spanish Debt

When the Bond Market Takes a Shine to Spanish Debt

04 September 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

By demanding bonds of long duration at such low rates, smart investors are signalling that they can see Spain’s economy surviving and thriving into the future.

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff When It Comes to Stocks

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff When It Comes to Stocks

03 September 2014 by Shae Smith

This is something investors need to remember when adding stocks to their portfolio. Don’t panic over daily movements…

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We May Not Like the Game, But We’re Not Folding This Hand

We May Not Like the Game, But We’re Not Folding This Hand

03 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

But when the market deals the cards, it’s up to you as an investor to play the best hand you can out of those cards.

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Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

02 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

Warren Buffett is the world’s most famous stock picker. He’s made a multi-billion-dollar fortune by analysing and investing in stocks and specific companies

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These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

01 September 2014 by Bernd Struben

The stock market is a fickle beast. I wanted to highlight the importance of putting together an investment portfolio that allows you to sleep well at night.

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How to Compound Your Stocks for a Retirement Fortune

How to Compound Your Stocks for a Retirement Fortune

01 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

Some stocks are moving up. Yet, the press will fool you into thinking that stocks are either doing nothing, because there is no volatility, or that stocks are too volatile and dangerous!

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How to Profit from a ‘Bad Idea’ in the Stock Market

How to Profit from a ‘Bad Idea’ in the Stock Market

29 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

As an investor you shouldn’t automatically exclude a stock from consideration just because you think it’s a bad idea. Sometimes even bad ideas have merit.

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Make Sure You’re in Stocks as Another Record Falls…

Make Sure You’re in Stocks as Another Record Falls…

28 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Stocks everywhere are rising. So where is the single best place for an investor to put their money today? In small-cap stocks

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Why You Should Look At the Stock Market Big Picture

Why You Should Look At the Stock Market Big Picture

27 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Everyone is always looking out for the next stock market crash. But what if investors overestimate the impact of a crash?

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Australian Stock Investors are Missing Out

Australian Stock Investors are Missing Out

26 August 2014 by Meagan Evans

While Australian investors continue to hold most of their share investments in local stocks, they are beginning to recognise the opportunities abroad.

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The Three Steps to Avoiding Hyperinflation

The Three Steps to Avoiding Hyperinflation

25 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Something that many hyperinflationists still don’t realise. Hyperinflation is only a danger if an economy operates a dual currency system.

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We Hope You Followed Our Australian Share Market Advice…

We Hope You Followed Our Australian Share Market Advice…

21 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

It’s not just the Australian share market that has gone in a sideways trend this year. The US stock market has done the same thing.

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Why Stocks are Set to Soar When This Trend Ends

Why Stocks are Set to Soar When This Trend Ends

20 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

With interest rates low and staying low for a long time, it’s all helping to stoke the fires of a raging bull stock market.

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Diggers and Drillers

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