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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BHP REPORT – If you listened to us in December we just helped you avoid a 20% loss, and now we are telling you this…

If you listened to us in December, we just helped you avoid a 20% loss, and now we are telling you this… Back in December, we put out a report on BHP and specifically our views on trading the stock. They proved to be on the money and for readers who implemented, based on what […]

Where I’m investing for 2015 – a Portfolio Managers view

With 2015 now underway, volume activities are starting to improve and investors have been hit with a slew of negative headlines from the European Central Bank (ECB) potentially adopting stimulus measures to ward off a triple Recession.  And plummeting Crude Oil prices pulling a handbrake onto the economy (who would have thought cheaper oil/fuel would […]

Direct from Harry Dent – a critical message for you, especially given the current headlines…

As you know, over the past 12 months we have been working closely with Harry Dent, both here and in North America. One of the benefits of this friendship is that our clients can also get access to his latest thoughts. Given the dramatic headlines we are starting to see in the media, Harry has […]

What are the impacts of the Australian Federal Budget on the stock market?

News headlines over the last two weeks had been grooming us for a hard budget. And the release of the Liberal parties first budget under Abbott & Hockey has certainly created many headlines. But how will it affect the Australian stock market? Will it hurt your back pocket, and your future wealth (that is, your […]

US Unemployment – Key Indicators

Unemployment is one of the key indicators to how a country is performing economically. When Unemployment is low, it means more people are employed and that means more consumer spending. Higher consumer confidence, and company performance increases. While this economic indicator has always been exceptionally important. Today the US Unemployment data is watched like a […]

Chinese Economic Outlook 2014 – Breaking through the Great Wall?

Throughout last year, many of the naysayers were suggesting that China was about to implode – something that has yet to materialise and to be honest is unlikely to, next year either. As the world’s second largest economy rolls forward. China’s growth has slowed down in recent years – with forecasts around the 7 to […]

Australian Economic Outlook 2014

Our most anticipated outrageous predictions; the Australian Economic Outlook 2014. There is no question that 2013 has been a year of contrasts. Changes and a great platform from which to build into 2014. As such, our forecast for 2014 is far more optimistic than at this point last year. Generally speaking, there is a higher […]

Where next for the Australian Dollar?

The past couple of weeks have seen some interesting moves in the Australian/US currency pair (AUD/USD) – first the sell off, then the bounce – what does all of this really mean for you? Australian Dollar – The key factors Interest rates in Australia have been cut pretty harshly by the RBA over the past […]

Japan’s Olympic Win – a huge economic bonus?

This week saw Japan awarded to 2020 Summer Olympics and may prove to be a most welcome shot in the arm for the beleaguered Japanese Economy. The stock market there, certainly bounced well on the news – too well in fact for us to be able to get safely set on Nikkei Trader on Monday. […]

Crude Oil Price Forecast 2013 – Update

Our Crude Oil price forecast 2013 – update Crude oil, is one of the critical components to any kind of economic forecast. Naturally part of the reason for that, is that Crude is used in so many things – it makes up the transport costs on products we consume, as well as our own mobility, […]