Unlike a managed fund an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) trades like stocks, their prices spike and dip throughout the day.
All of the major banks have enjoyed a great run over several decades, steadily increasing their dividends along the way.
Many traders convince themselves a losing trade can’t get any worse. But it can. I know, from hard won experience.
The way we empower you as an investor to see the same opportunities we see is through tracking the real estate cycle, and reading the stock charts.
The dividend yield represents the return you’d expect to make on a stock using past dividends at the current share price.
Quant Trader identified plenty of small to mid-tier stocks in back-testing. Many went on to rally by hundreds of percent.
It’s the wild speculation when property is booming that brings most investors and economies undone. The subprime crisis in the US is the proof of that. But Australia’ hasn’t been immune, either…
Investing in a bull market is pretty easy. Pick a stock, and watch it go up. As the saying goes, an incoming tide lifts all boats.
Trading certainly qualifies as complex. Those who think it’s simple typically have short careers. Trading for these people is no different to visiting a casino.
It’s pretty rare that an investment manager becomes a household name. But Buffett is in a league of his own.