Have you ever wish you could be one of those fancy Wall Street traders? The average investor has no chance of competing against them, right? So you may think...
I have something that might be of interest to you. Over the weekend, we launched a new service focussed on income investments called Total Income.
We want to buy shares in companies that have a history of producing reliable income streams, and that are growing consistently. How are we going to go about it?
You need to be fussy with your stock picks. Rather than blindly buying and holding on, you need to buy right and hold on.
It’s a common mistake to think you have to invest in a growth asset or an income asset. We’ve made that mistake of thinking that in the past.
So the income on that one investment over the course of a year is now only $3,050 on a $100,000 term deposit. That’s 46.5% lower than what it paid in 2012.
I’m talking about investment trends that are so big that they override the inevitable slumps and dips in the stock market and the economy.
He should have remembered the cardinal rule of small-cap stock investment — never invest more in any speculative stock than you can afford to lose.
The market has a nasty habit of taking a turn for the worse every so often. When it does, you want to make sure that you haven’t over-invested in stocks.
At certain times it can make sense to have as much as half of your portfolio in cash... alongside an allocation to gold, silver, and large and small-cap shares.