About Ryan Dinse

Ryan Dinse is an editor at Money Morning.

He has worked in finance and investing for the past two decades as a financial planner, senior credit analyst, equity trader and fintech entrepreneur.

With an academic background in economics, he believes that the key to making good investments is investing appropriately at each stage of the economic cycle.

Different market conditions provide different opportunities. Ryan combines fundamental, technical and economic analysis with the goal of making sure you are in the right investments at the right time.

His focus at the moment is as lead analyst on two of our most recent and innovative investor services, Crash Market Investor and Sam Volkering’s Secret Crypto Network.

Each service provides exciting opportunities for investors to benefit from significant market events. And both combine a big picture view with detailed analysis to find you the best ways to profit.

He is a member of Fintech Australia, a former member of the Digital Currency Council, and is a fully accredited financial adviser.

What’s Really Happening With Crypto

cryptocurrency marketI’m sure you’ve seen them around in the financial commentary. The references to ‘tulip crazes’. The ‘bitcoin is a bubble’ charts. You see, they’re comparing apples with oranges. Blinded by their internal biases, they’re not seeing what’s really happening.

ASX Jumps on the Blockchain Bandwagon

blockchain technology‘The ASX will move its equity markets settlement and clearing system onto blockchain-inspired technology'. So there you have it. Blockchain technology is real. It’s not a mirage. It’s not a fad, as so many have suggested. It’s simply a better technology, which is going to replace the old ways of doing things.

The Resources Boom Happening Under Your Nose

resources boomWhether you are making money in booming property or booming crypto, there’s no great lure to get back into speculative miners. But maybe that’s a signal to start looking here? While everyone’s looking at the current hot sectors, the best opportunities usually lie the other way.

The Quest for Trading Truth

trading truthsTo trade successfully you just need to realise a simple truth. Something that describes simply and eloquently what is happening beneath the surface of your chosen market. Trading sounds hard to a lot of people. Here’s the truth though. Markets are actually not hard to understand.

A New Dot Com Bubble?

dot com bubbleLike the dot com boom, all sorts of innovative cryptocurrencies have sprung up, or are about to. Those that smugly declare cryptocurrencies will end up in a new dot com crash miss the point. But there are certainly lessons you can glean from the dot com era.

The Problem with Gloomy Forecasts

forecastingEconomic forecasters are a brave brunch. Like the weathermen, they are damned if they do and damned if they don’t. The economists can see it clear as day. But like the storms over the weekend, predicting exactly where and when the problems will surface is the tricky part. And at the same time, despite this, pretty much every market segment is booming. How can that be?

Why Banks Now Want a Royal Commission

banks royal commission inquiryThe royal commission is likely to recommend increases in regulation, red tape and bureaucracy as the solution to the problems that arise. They are less likely to look at options like increasing market competition or mandating technological improvements. And funnily enough, that’s perhaps what the big four banks actually want in the current environment.

The Great Crypto Divide

crypto divideI know that it usually takes losses — big losses — for people to realise the fickle nature of speculative investing. Does this mean I think you can’t make money from trading cryptos? No, of course not. You definitely can. In fact I think there are huge gains still on the table.

The Huge Twist the Bankers Didn’t See Coming

technology innovation worrying bankersI do acknowledge that cryptocurrencies make some people nervous. They change deeply embedded societal structures. They change the fabric of your daily life. The security of certainty. Cryptocurrencies are a move in the direction of freedom. If we are willing to pay the price.

Are You in the Crypto Fast Lane

cryptos fastlaneIn the past every article was dismissive of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. ‘A fad, a scam, a money laundering exercise…’ Perhaps we’re starting to see the beginnings of a subtle change in the media’s reporting? Who knows? But I bet they still won’t be brave enough to tell you about the hidden cryptos making even bigger gains than bitcoin.