Harje Ronngard

Harje Ronngard is the lead Editor at Money Morning. He’s also the Editor of Wealth Eruption and Gold & Commodities Stock Trader, and co-Editor of the Third Wave Portfolio.

The aim of both Wealth Eruption and the Third Wave Portfolio is to find misunderstood opportunities. These are the type of investments that multiply small amounts of money five- to 10-times in size.

Harje has an academic background in investments and valuation. He’s had experience across a range of asset classes, from futures to equities.

For any investment, Harje believes you only need to ask two questions. What is it worth? And how much does it cost? These two questions alone open up a world of opportunities, which Harje shares with Money Morning readers five days a week.

The Truth About Globalisation

What is globalisation? Some might say globalisation is the recent unstoppable force that homogenises business, countries and cultures. Others say it’s the inevitable move towards a smaller, connected world.

Scentre Group’s Share Price Rises after Positive Broker Note

Scentre still forecasts a strong 2019 dividend at a total of 22.6 per security, placing it on a 5.7% yield. This may yet keep investors looking to maximise profits in the long term. The group has now released $2.1 billion of capital to pursue further ‘strategic objectives’ as a result of a separate sale last month worth $575 million.

What is Facebook’s Libra?

People only see what they want to… US officials are looking at Facebook’s cryptocurrency, Libra, and can only see one thing. Danger! What about the consumers...

Blink and You’ll Miss the ‘New Money’

Along with stocks, the growth of other asset classes has been aided by our digitally connected world.The growth of cryptocurrencies, for example, has hit ‘absolutely ridiculous’ on the scale. We’re all growth gluttons at the end of the day. We see growing sales and a potentially huge market, and we’re more than happy to take a swing...

Are You Ready for What Comes Monday?

We want to bring you more of the big ideas the mainstreams aren’t. More of the insight that actually leads to huge opportunities. The left of field ideas that hardly anyone has caught onto yet. Throughout June, I’ve been dropping hints of the changes going forward.

Could Australia Replace China as the Rare Earth Supplier?

Rare earths…the stuff that’s everywhere, but only found in very small concentrations. Problem is China controls the stuff. They produce about 80% of all rare earths and control 90% of the processing. And Trump is pissing them off real good. But if the Chinese rouges are not up for it, then what about Australian and US producers?
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