Dale Gillham talks this week about whether or not it is a good time to buy Gold. Swapping cash to buy Gold certainly has its allure, particularly when other investments can seem a lot more risky, which was certainly the case around the GFC. Before you get too excited, let me say that not every street is paved with Gold.
I have read with interest articles and comments of those who espouse �time in the share market�, who encourage investors not to panic in share market downturns and to leave their money with the professionals. But is this wise advice?
Equity Options have long been used by investors to generate income and provide a way of insuring a portfolio against market falls. That said I know many still don�t use them, which really begs the question as to why is this excellent vehicle being ignored
The Medicare float is anticipated to inject around $4bn into government coffers, which is great if you want to pay off debt which as a country we need to do, but I argue why sell off something that makes you a lot of money?
Getting back to basics so to speak is something I find many great traders do on a consistent basis. Great traders know that understanding and following the basics is the vital ingredient to their long term success.
The strength of the US share market over recent years and the introduction of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF�s) is once again driving Australians to consider investing in global markets, but is all this interest a case of too little too late?
This week, Dale discusses the prospects of getting great returns and doing it ethically. For many investors the decision to invest is typically about how much you can make, and not how ethical an investment is.