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Meaning a short, sharp decline in stock prices could cause a chain reaction for something bigger: a full blown recession. Things really seem to be heating up. And if the worst does happen, I want you to do this…
In just a few days, gains from the ASX 200 disappeared. US investors are looking at a similar situation. Investors are selling almost everything…the good, the bad, and the ugly. Is now the time to invest in tech stocks?
Whenever the market plunges, there is always a plethora of opinions telling you what to do. Try to ignore all that. Forget opinions and try and focus on the facts. The best way to do that is to make a cold, rational interpretation of the charts.
Fear is a vital emotion. It’s our brains response to potential danger. Without it, we couldn’t protect ourselves from legitimate threats. But fear can get out of hand. It can hold you back. A strategy for dealing with fear is essential if you want to do anything that involves a risk.
Rather than alcohol, which seems to take off everywhere, you could say coffee is an acquired taste. I remember when I first tried a brew. Bitter. Watery. Stale. So is coffee an idea worth investing in?
On next Wednesday, 17 October, Canada will officially legalise cannabis. They have had a legal medicinal market for years now. And we’re already seeing some of the world’s biggest cannabis stocks (mostly Canadian) rocket higher in price.
Zelda Therapeutics Ltd’s [ASX:ZLD] share price is yet to move despite announcing its new autism observation trial. The Australian-based bio-pharmaceutical company is focused on developing cannabis-based treatments for a variety of medical conditions.
Fundamentals impact investor psychology, and investor psychology has a big impact on asset prices. I’ve been writing a book on this and have recently reviewed the draft, so the concept of investor emotions having an impact on price is top of mind for me.
It almost seems that Buffett is trying to describe something everyone already knows. He’s very late to the smartphone wave, but he’s also generating billions from it. Being second means you have the luxury of investing with a whole lot more certainty.