For a resources bottom, we need to see huge distress across the board — either on the balance sheet or the share price level.
Sure, some stocks can fall to varying degrees during a market crash, but it’s hard to find any stock that will go up when a market crashes.
If this Unicorn boom goes bust, then it’s the last place you’ll want to have your money.
You don't need to pore over company reports, or spend hours doing the analysis to unearth good stocks. Just look for stocks going into 52 week highs.
The contraction is on and the deflationary forces are gaining the upper hand. Zero interest rates have hastened our journey into the valley of financial death.
I’ll tell you what caused the $50 billion selloff on the Australian Share Market yesterday. Fear. Plain and simple, investor fear.
The dividend yield on a stock isn’t fixed. If the economy slows, revenue slows, and profits shrink, what will that mean for the dividend?
Robo-advisers delivering financial advice? That may go some way to stamping out fraud in the industry. I’m just hoping they don’t master the art of writing irreverent editorial!
Call it what you like — a correction, a dip, or a pull-back. But we’ve only got one word for it. It’s simple. It’s a stock market crash.
Alas, there is no hope-fuelled Turnbull bounce this morning. Greed is giving way to fear amongst stock market investors. Is this the end of Australia’s economic golden run?