The more consistent a stock’s income stream is, and the more its dividends grow (sustainably), the higher the value the market will put on it.
You don’t need to predict the future to make money. Rather, it’s about having a strategy that can shift the odds in your favour, while managing risk.
In the investment game, it’s not just about which stocks you put your money in. It’s also about having the right temperament.
I’ve outlined three strategies today. These can make the unknown less daunting. I hope they help you make the uncomfortable a little more comfortable.
It seems Tesla’s ambition outweighs their talent. Trying to become a genuine mass market car maker is a stretch too far.
If you want to manage your money independently, and provide for you and your family, you need to learn how to discern your truth from the ‘market’ truth.
Gold. It has been one of the best performing commodities this year. That, and silver. Yet, one analyst doesn’t like gold… not the commodity price, anyway.
Nintendo’s stock has exploded in the last week because of a new ‘immersive technology’ game they’ve released to market, Pokémon GO.
I also want you to consider your own trading style. It’s important this suits your goals and personality. That’s the best way to ensure you stick to your trading rules.
Volatility can create opportunities where nimble and prepared investors can bounce in and out of a stock in a matter of weeks — or even days, in the right situation.