About Harje Ronngard

Harje Ronngard is the lead Editor at Money Morning.

With an academic background in finance and investments, Harje knows how simple, yet difficult investing can be. He has worked with a range of assets classes, from futures to equities. But he’s found his niche in equity valuation.

There are two questions Harje likes to ask of any investment. What is it worth? And how much does it cost? These two questions alone open up a world of investment opportunities which Harje shares with Money Morning readers 5 days a week..

Harje also contributes his insights in Total Income, headed by income specialist Matt Hibbard. Harje loves cash-rich businesses, so he feels right at home among Matt’s incredibly exciting income plays.


Your Best Shot at a Potential 10-Bagger in 2018

small cap stocks to invest in 2018You’ll notice that last year was a great time to be a small-cap investor. More than nine stocks on the ASX rose 1,000% or more. Will 2018 be just as good? I personally think it’ll be even better. Stocks have fallen initially. But it’s only a matter of time until they rebound. And when they do, it will be you on the other end of massive gains. So where could you see these 10-baggers for 2018?

How to Hunt Down Small-Cap Big Winners (Two Examples)

how to profit from small cap tech stocksThe technology industry has been extremely active in the last decade. You always hear about a new tech start-up trying to disrupt an industry. Whether it is fintech, blockchain or cyber security, technology is always striding ahead. So how can you profit from new tech start-ups, innovation and a changing landscape?

The Big Reason Small-Caps Can Outshine Blue Chips

Small cap stocks can generate greater profits than blue chip stocksI believe small-cap investing could be profitable whether the economy is doing well or poor. You should be aware of how these external factors might affect your investing. Interest rates, economic down turns and the supply of credit can all affect small-cap stocks in the short-term. But long-term, what impacts small-caps far more is their earnings potential.

The Biggest Mistake Most Investors Make (and How to Avoid It)

investment strategy for selling stocksToday, we’re going to look at something a little different. We’re going to look at when you should sell your small-caps stocks. It’s not always an easy decision to make. But it’s an important part of investing. If done wrong, it could significantly reduce your returns. But if done right, you could lock in profits and minimise your risk at the same time.

How to Get Your Hands on a 10-bagger

small cap stocks to buyYou’re looking for small-caps with the potential to grow earnings. How do you know earnings will grow? Well, maybe it’s as simple as looking at the industry. Small-caps ready to double, triple and quadruple can be found in the resource, tech, finance and a whole bunch of other sectors. But when trying to grab a 10-bagger, it helps to look in growing markets.

How Small Bets Could Turn into a Fortune

Small cap investingSmall-caps are an amazing opportunity. They have far more volatility, but that’s the point. Not all small-caps are worthy investments. Some could be amazing. Others you’d be completely crazy to buy. Today we’re going to look at how to approach small-cap investing. Specifically, we’re going to look at how to limit our losses.

How to Beat the Market by 749%…

Australian small-cap stocks, trade, blue chip stocksLet’s look at the large blue chips. These are usually companies with a market cap of $10 billion and over. Some typical blue chips are BHP Billiton Limited [ASX:BHP] and Commonwealth Bank of Australia [ASX:CBA]. BHP has a market cap of $156 billion and CBA has a market cap of $139 billion.

Tap These ‘Goldmines’ for a Potential 1,000% Gain

Imugene share price rise, stock pricesBig institutional investors, for example, usually don’t venture into the small end of town mainly because of their size. Many of these money managers have hundreds of millions to put to work — they simply can’t invest in smaller stocks. That’s why I’d argue small-cap investing is perfect for individual investors, like you.