The bullish signals just keep coming in this mad, mad financial world. But they’re never on the front pages of the newspapers.
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?
Interest rates may stay low for some time, and the move by the Japanese life insurers suggests a big real estate cycle might still be in front of us.
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.
Are bonds right in continuing to signal deflation? Or is the stock market correct in seeing inflation on the horizon?
The music industry has long been a hard place to be, and it still is. Will it ever be a profitable and consistent industry to invest in? When you want to invest into music-related businesses, you would be looking at technology companies half of the time.
I’d like to tell you I have a GPS for stocks. But I can’t. There’s no special formula to pinpoint the stock market’s every move. Trading is uncertain by nature. But there are ways to gauge where things stand.
With a swag of headlines about a potential bubble, it might be easy to think property has hit the skids. Yet one company that supplies the building industry — CSR Limited [ASX:CSR] — is enjoying one of its most profitable ever trading periods.
It’s definitely achievable to profit off technical analysis. And the reason I bring this whole strategy up is because it might be something to think about with our own Aussie share market. For an example let’s use one our big four banks, ANZ Banking Group [ASX:ANZ].
I had vaguely heard of him, but never knew the details. It was only after I became friends with Cycles, Trends and Forecasts editor Phil Anderson that I came to understand the true genius of Gann’s work.