The more property investors you have in a market, the harder it is for property values to go up. This might seem strange at first.
There is one way to participate in those dividends without having to hold on to the shares throughout the year — it’s called dividend stripping.
It’s the stories about finding success — often after many failures — that inspire me. These remind me what’s possible when we really want something.
I designed a test to see which strategy makes more money — selling half, or holding on. Let me tell you a bit about it.
Take for instance the 511 companies on the ASX that, in the last 26 weeks, have made greater than 10% returns. 98 of them have made triple digit gains.
The ‘secret’ to Quant Trader’s results is robust planning. There’s a investment strategy for entries, exits, running profits, and cutting losses.
He was an emotional investor, buying near the top of stock market rallies. Instead, he should have remained calm and patient — a skill he learnt later in his career.
This emotion is something many traders experience. They simply can’t follow their trading plan — not due to a lack of discipline, but because of fear.
Instead of putting extra money into the market, though, one solution is to make your existing portfolio work harder…but how do you go about it?
They’ll tell you the sole purpose of a sequel is to milk every last dollar from the initial idea. In the process, they say, the creativity of the original is lost.