Share markets around the world are nosediving. Not because we are on the verge of an economic crisis, but because they dislike uncertainty.
The Brexit has caused havoc across continental Europe. Financial markets are shocked. But this isn’t a time to panic.
The first thing investors often look at is the dividends paid out over the last 12 months, divided by the share price, expressed as a percentage.
Gold went up, the pound went down, and financial markets around the globe shuddered with the fear of uncertainty. But is the decision to leave good or bad for Australian investors?
This is why Quant Trader has a wide trailing stop. To ride big trends, you need to give the shares breathing space. That’s how you capture the big moves.
The pros understand the real driver of stock market returns is income, not just capital gains. This is the crux of income investing.
At the time of writing the Brexit vote is still not entirely certain. However, the markets have delivered their verdict.
The Libertarian Party has as its creed — minimum government. Maximum freedom.
The weight of money will tell you far more than the opinions of financial pundits.
Interest rates are pinned so low that the hunt is on to find yielding assets and buy them. That’s before investors get pushed further and further up the risk scale.