There are situations when quitting is essential. Giving up is sometimes the best decision you can make. Let me show you three examples.
Just take this handful of Australian small-cap stocks, and you can see some extraordinary annualised returns over the past three years.
Based on what we’ve seen, if the Aussie market continues to rebound, more and more investors will begin to look elsewhere. When they do, they’ll surely find that small-caps offer a lot of promise.
Remember, those who realise those gains in growth, will be those who own real estate. No one understands this more than the new man in the White House.
By short selling — that is, selling shares they don’t own in anticipation of buying them back at a lower price — hedge funds and traders aim to profit when a share price takes a bath.
Many traders have a natural bias against buying stocks near their highs. But, as I told you last week, strength is not a sign of looming weakness.
Amazon has become the Everything Store. And they’ve now set their sights on the $222 billion Australian retail sector.
A certain subset of stock investors don’t see a new high as an opportunity to sell. They see it as an opportunity to buy. Here’s why…
Imagine taking all of our economic output and demand…along with all the wealth Americans have generated to get here…and tacking that onto the global market…in just a few years’ time.
Investors have bought up all the big-cap stocks as world markets recovered. Meanwhile, they’ve so far ignored the market’s tiny stocks.