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Why I Never Bought David Jones On The Australian Share Market

Why I Never Bought David Jones On The Australian Share Market

12 April 2014 by Shae Smith

In spite of my keen interest in retail stocks in Australia, I’ve never, ever wanted to own David Jones.
I didn’t want to own them when they were paying a 4% yield in 2007.

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Why I Prefer This Expensive Technology Stock to a Cheap Retail Stock

Why I Prefer This Expensive Technology Stock to a Cheap Retail Stock

08 April 2014 by Kris Sayce

Given the choice, we’d happily buy technology stocks at these prices and sell a group of stocks that really are at death’s door.

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Why You Should be Investing in the Stock Market and Backing New Trends

Why You Should be Investing in the Stock Market and Backing New Trends

07 April 2014 by Kris Sayce

The contrarian investor aims to profit from the beginning of a trend that can reward the investor handsomely. Bagging the big gains on the stock market by striking early.

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Are you Prepared for a 60% Crash in the Stock Market?

Are you Prepared for a 60% Crash in the Stock Market?

04 April 2014 by MoneyMorning

Are you willing to risk 60% of your wealth to make 6% in the stock market? Because that’s the risk/return ratio you are looking at right now, says Vern Gowdie.

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Speculative Investing in Technology the Mark Zuckerberg Way

Speculative Investing in Technology the Mark Zuckerberg Way

27 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

The key to speculative investing is to look at the big trends. Zuckerberg understands this. He’s invested into a company that makes an immersive technology.

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Investing In High-End “Happiness Stocks” Might Be Depressing

Investing In High-End “Happiness Stocks” Might Be Depressing

27 March 2014 by Marc Faber

Personally, I find this concept of ‘happiness stocks‘ quite bizarre, as everyone has a different concept of what makes them happy, depending on their socioeconomic status.

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The Best Way to Play the Money Printing Game for Maximum Gains

The Best Way to Play the Money Printing Game for Maximum Gains

24 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

If you don’t want the central banks eroding your wealth, your best chance is to buy assets that will benefit from further money printing. In other words, stocks.

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Stocks: Twice as Good as Gold

Stocks: Twice as Good as Gold

19 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

Stocks are the best way to build long term wealth. Gold is great. You should own it. But if you want to make real money, the best place to do it is in stocks.

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Australian Stocks Are Down Today…But We’re Buying

Australian Stocks Are Down Today…But We’re Buying

14 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

The Australian share market may not have put in the same gains as the US market over the past three years, but putting cash in stocks has been much better than the alternative. And our view is that Australian stocks will more than triple over the next five years.

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Can There Really be ‘Huge Gains’ Ahead for Stocks?

Can There Really be ‘Huge Gains’ Ahead for Stocks?

12 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

There are still opportunities for savvy investors to take advantage of this and buy stocks that are trading for knockdown valuations…

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These Government Numbers Are Good News for Stocks…

These Government Numbers Are Good News for Stocks…

07 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

It pays to look past the immediate headlines and look at the broader trends. Right now, the trend for stocks is in one direction — up.

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Most stock traders still don’t ‘get’ this market

Most stock traders still don’t ‘get’ this market

28 February 2014 by Kris Sayce

Down goes the Australian stock market – by 0.5%. And down goes the Australian dollar – by more than a cent against the US dollar since the start of the week. What’s caused it? A drop in business spending. The market thinks that’s bad news. But it’s not, it’s good news. Just not in the ‘bad news is good news’ kind of way.

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The Importance of Buying Stocks at the Right Price

The Importance of Buying Stocks at the Right Price

28 February 2014 by Jason Stevenson

The ‘buy-up-to price‘ isn’t a randomly selected share price. From the hours of research I spend analysing stock recommendations, I attempt to comprehensively understand the investment risks. And so should you…

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Why Stocks Could go 175% Higher From Here…

Why Stocks Could go 175% Higher From Here…

25 February 2014 by Kris Sayce

Regardless of what the mainstream says, there is a strong fundamental argument for stocks to rise over the next five years as Chinaand Asia continue to grow…

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Don’t Let the Latest ‘Fad Crisis’ Scare You Off Stocks…

Don’t Let the Latest ‘Fad Crisis’ Scare You Off Stocks…

07 February 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

I can assure you there is still plenty of value left in a certain corner of the Aussie stock market 2014 looks set to be a bumper time for stock investors.

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‘Safe’ Stocks Not So Safe

‘Safe’ Stocks Not So Safe

06 February 2014 by Kris Sayce

Normally when the market dips, blue chip stocks hold up better relative to smaller stocks. That’s because investors migrate towards supposedly ‘safer’ stocks

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Are Stocks Primed to Bounce Back?

Are Stocks Primed to Bounce Back?

30 January 2014 by Kris Sayce

After the Australian share market’s 65 point fall on Tuesday and 54 point gain yesterday, are stocks bouncing back from the low with further gains to come, or is it merely a short-term jump before stocks resume their downward trend?

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Why I’m Thinking of Shorting Apple Stocks

Why I’m Thinking of Shorting Apple Stocks

30 January 2014 by Bengt Saelensminde

Apple is going to get hit from all sides. Watch out as the great innovator gets out-innovated. And if Apple is no longer considered a growth stock, then there needs to be a fundamental revaluation of the shares.

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Last Year Was Great for Stock Investors, But 2014 Could Be Even Better

Last Year Was Great for Stock Investors, But 2014 Could Be Even Better

22 January 2014 by Kris Sayce

Recently released research shows that the whole of 2013 was good for stocks…just as we told you it would be. Now of course we’re looking ahead to this year’s stock market performance. Will it be as good?

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Why It’s Too Soon to Burst the Stock Price Bubble

Why It’s Too Soon to Burst the Stock Price Bubble

21 January 2014 by Kris Sayce

You’ve doubtless heard talk everywhere claiming that stock prices are currently in a bubble. But what’s the rationale for that reasoning?

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Why the Fed Wants Inflation and the Stock Price Bubble to Continue

Why the Fed Wants Inflation and the Stock Price Bubble to Continue

09 January 2014 by Kris Sayce

Thanks to the central banks, which are apparently seeking ‘insurance’ against inflation (the inflation they’ve created), savers have to take big risks in the stock market.

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Is the Stock Market Approaching Bubble Territory?

Is the Stock Market Approaching Bubble Territory?

08 January 2014 by Kris Sayce

Generally speaking stock markets are in or approaching bubble territory. But as we’ll show you today, a stock price bubble doesn’t always mean a crash is imminent. In fact, it can be the pre-cursor to the bubble growing further.

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You Can Find Value in High-Priced Stocks Too. Here’s How…

You Can Find Value in High-Priced Stocks Too. Here’s How…

24 December 2013 by Kris Sayce

It can be about finding stocks that are exploiting an explosive new trend. And it’s why technology stocks should be part of every investor’s portfolio in 2014.

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Diggers and Drillers

A 3-Point Plan to Re-Engage with the Aussie Mining Boom


This new video reveals a way for Aussie share investors like you to RE-ENGAGE with the next phase of the mining boom…while valuations are still dirt-cheap…


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Holden. Toyota. Qantas. BUST


Do you really expect the share market to boom in times like these? That's why Nick Hubble says the best thing you can do right now is invest for safety and income.


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Is the Australian Housing Boom Really Back?

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