5 TRADING MISTAKES YOU SHOULD AVOID

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

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Never drive a car by looking in the rear view mirror – unless you want to crash!

I love it when we get feedback and questions through from people following the publication of our articles each week. Some people really struggle to come up with something to write about on a regular basis, but Matt and I find this one of the more interesting and certainly fun tasks. Even more enjoyable is […]

A missed opportunity is as good as a loss!

There is nothing more frustrating than missing a trade. For almost 20 years, since I joined the industry, this is a statement that remains every bit as true today, as it did back then. I often hear clients calling into my trading floor, several hours or sometimes even a day or two, too late to […]

Is this the biggest shift in trading technology since the internet?

Over my years in the broking industry – coming up for almost two decades soon, much has changed. The move from full service phone broking to online was one of the biggest. Self directed trading with orders executed online, seemed the way forward especially with the lower fees. However, anyone who has been down that […]

5 Top Tips for making it through ASX Dividend Season

February is known as the earnings and dividend season for the Australian Stock Market. With an investor population that has become increasing yield focused, whether from safety or retirement perspective, in addition to having a wide variety of stocks that are paying more in dividends then you receive in the bank on term deposits, understanding […]

Tips on how to diversify your portfolio | How real fund managers manage Risk

Here are some tips on how to diversify your portfolio. If picking the stock market were that easy, you would pick a stock, make a fortune out of it and retire by the age of 20. Fact is, the future is unwritten. We don’t know what the stock market will do tomorrow, or next week, […]