Few places are more prone to surprises than the stock market. A stock can look good one day, and then be hit by a sharp downdraft the next.
It hasn’t been a great couple of years for Crown — its shares are now trading only around half the value of when they peaked at over $18 in 2014.
If you’re scratching around for a reason why the Australian share market just can’t get hot, maybe this is it.
For the first time, the emergence of fractional property investing platforms like DomaCom are allowing property investment for all.
When it comes to the stock market, you’ll often see options, or, more accurately, put options, described as a form of insurance.
If you invest only what you’re willing to lose and cut your losses early, your winners should more than make up for the losers.
Buying at a one-year low has been more of a trap than a bargain. The strategy has mostly gone backwards for the last 15 years.
Suppose a stock has been on the rise. It’s just hit a 52-week high, and the share price is up at least 100% on last year. Would you consider buying?
Shares of AJ Lucas Group Ltd [ASX:AJL] gapped up strongly at market open and briefly broke into a 52-week new high today in early trading.
While a period of sustainably low Aussie interest rates doesn’t guarantee a new stock market boom, it’s by no means out of the question.