While I was bullish at the start of 2017, I’m not as bullish now based on fundamental factors. But I want to stress that I’m not expecting a market collapse. I think you’ll see stocks fluctuate a lot more in 2018 than they did in 2017.
With the Trump tax cuts likely to prop up confidence and the US economy, I think you should have at least a part of your portfolio in some speculative sectors. If the good times are going to continue to roll, you want to make sure you’re making hay while the sun still shines.
In this article Ryan explains why the notes in your pocket will be as foreign to your kids as farthings, crowns and half pennies are to you and I. The forces of power have decided they need more control. But this secret ploy has been thwarted by a plucky group of misfits, cypherpunks and cryptographers. And they look to be winning…
Just recently, Indoor Skydive Australia Group Limited [ASX: IDZ] shares rose over 23.53%. Unlike their name, instead of diving they’re soaring through.
Passive investing is a mug’s game. If you want to chase down the biggest and best returns, you need to pick winners. Be active. That may come in the way of stocks — or in our view also in crypto. You must consider investing in these areas for 2018.
Donald Trump’s long promised tax cuts finally passed. By reducing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%, Trump hopes to encourage US firms to repatriate capital and invest it at home. Tax cuts appease the right wing. Increased jobs and wages appease the working class. Everyone wins, right?
It appears Sky and Space Global Limited [ASX:SAS] are staying true to their name by reaching for the share stars, as their shares surged over 20.55% this week.
Insurance Australia Group Ltd [ASX:IAG] shares fell 10% this week and are expected to drop even further. What caused the drop?
Earlier this week, Japanese stock market index Nikkei 225 saw their stocks decrease by 0.15%. What caused the drop?
Ardent Leisure Group [ASX:AAD] shares rose 11.7% today, after the company agreed to sell their bowling and entertainment division.