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Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

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Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

Free course

Trading and Investing Summit

Each year tens of thousands of new investors get started in the stock market and sadly, all too often, things don’t work out for them. That is why we have built, developed and deliver Trading and Investing Summit. Trading and Investing Summit 2016 Trading and investing Summit is a pure content event – something of […]

Why the recent fall in the stock market is the best thing that could have happened…Really!

There is no question that 2016 has gotten off to a negative and bumpy start for many stock market investors. The reality is, this is about the best thing that could have happened and is precisely what we have been waiting for. Why? With the share market falling hard at the start of this year, […]

Is the stock market about to collapse and what can you do about it?

For many investors, particularly those holding direct shares or approaching retirement, the GFC was a catastrophe that decimated their net worth. The plunge in the share market knocked billions off share prices and changed the retirement plans of a generation. That was back in 2007 and many of them never recovered, despite the stock market […]

Australian Household debt is out of control. And it is your Retirement that will suffer!

Do you feel like you are living in debt? Finding it hard to get ahead? Australia leads the world in household debt with debt to income figures worse now than before the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2008. In fact, household debt is at its highest level on record! In my normal daily routine of […]

Your New Years’ Investment Resolution for 2015 … to make money!

Easier said than done right? If your Christmas/New Years break was anything like mine, I over indulged in food and drink, spent a lot of time catching up on chores around the house, and spent plenty of time at the beach and visiting friends and family. The week and a half between Christmas and New […]

Avoid any panic – enjoy that we may only be 6 years into an 18 year US market bull run!!

  Recent weeks have seen some volatility return to the markets. While it has taken some bark off for a few, the recovery in the market – both quick and decisive highlights that these pullbacks are merely a way of shaking out the uncommitted or nervy types. It looks like we are only 6 years […]

Imagine if your entire retirement plan left you dead broke because you were told a lie?

Is the passive buy and hold strategy a myth? Let me ask you a very simple question. Have you ever been told by your financial advisor, planner or other guru not to worry “just take the long term view” and she’ll be right? This could literally be a “six word death sentence” for your investments […]

Should Australian investors be worried about a slowing China?

With the ASX200 index falling 9.2% from the August 21st high (as at Monday 13th October), the stock market is on the verge of a technical “Crash”. In fact, year to date the ASX200 is down 3.7%. And without buyers returning, 2014 could be poised to be the first down year since 2011, which recorded […]

Why professionals love Covered Calls, but Mums and Dads fail to see the benefits

Your first experience with stock investing was likely to have been a “Buy and Hold” approach. From an early age, we are taught to Save, don’t use Credit, spend only what you can afford to spend, and pay off debt as quickly as possible. All good advice, but not necessarily the actions that create wealth. […]

Don’t panic! The stock market hasn’t crashed yet … But will it?

Australia, economically, is sitting in a pretty good space. Average weekly wages are slowly increasing; Unemployment is serviceable at 6.4%; Annual GDP growth rate might be mild at 3.5% but better than most developed nations; Inflation is within target at 3.0%; and Consumer Spending continues to improve following the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC). On […]