About Greg Canavan

Editor,
Money Morning Australia

Greg Canavan is a Feature Editor at Money Morning and Head of Research at Port Phillip Publishing.

He likes to promote a seemingly weird investment philosophy based on the old adage that ‘ignorance is bliss’.

That is, investing in the Information Age means you have all the information you need at your fingertips. But how useful is this information? Much of it is noise and serves to confuse, rather than inform, investors.

And, through the process of confirmation bias, you tend to read what you already agree with. As a result, you often only think you know that you know what is going on. But, the fact is, you really don’t know. No one does. The world is far too complex to understand.

When you accept this, your newfound ignorance becomes a formidable investment weapon. That’s because you’re not a slave to your emotions and biases.

Greg puts this philosophy into action as the Editor of Crisis & Opportunity. As the name suggests, Greg sees opportunity in a crisis. To find the opportunities, he uses a process called the ‘Fusion Method’, which combines traditional valuation techniques with charting analysis.

Read correctly, a chart contains all the information you need. It contains no opinions or emotion. Combine that with traditional stock analysis and you have a robust stock-selection strategy.

With Greg’s help, you can implement a long-term wealth-building strategy into your financial planning, be better prepared for the financial challenges ahead, and stop making the basic, costly mistakes that most private investors do every time they buy a stock.

To find out more about Greg’s investing style and his financial worldview, take out a free subscription to Money Morning here.

And to discover more about Greg’s ‘ignorance is bliss’ investment strategy and the Fusion Method of investing, take out a 30-day trial to his value investing service Crisis & Opportunity here.

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The Tug-o-War Continues

stock marketThe economic consequences of a trade war will only emerge after some time. In the meantime, the market will struggle to maintain focus on trade as an issue. The news cycle wants to move on.

Is China’s Economy Slowing?

investment opportunities with china's infrastructure projectIf China’s growth is strong, foreigners will continue to lend to us, and we can continue to swap houses with each other and get ‘rich’. But if China slows down, we'll see all that cheap credit drying up.

Asian Markets Crack

trade war possibility diminishing between US and China, contest, marketsUS markets remain healthy, while markets in Asia aren’t. Does this mean that the threat of a trade war will hurt China more than the US? Or is there more to the story?