The Problems With The Big 4 Bank Stocks For Millennial Investors That Could Cost You Thousands
The Big 4 Aussie Bank Stocks (ANZ, CBA, Westpac & NAB) are the bluest of blue-chip. They’re the type of companies that your parents or grandparents would tell you to invest in because they’re ‘safe and steady’. But I’m not so sure that’s necessarily relevant to investors in the early phases of their investing journeys. […]Read More
How To Get The World’s Best Investors To Manage Part Of Your Investment Portfolio Without You Having To Lift A Finger Through LICs.
Let’s face it, not all of us have the same knowledge and experience in the share market as Warren Buffett. Many have tried to outperform the market for over 100 years, most of which have failed miserably. There’s a famous saying, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em”. This can also apply to the unpredictable […]Read More
5 Critical Numbers You Need To Look At To Understand A Company’s Financial Health
If you’re thinking about investing in an individual company, you should make sure you take the time to analyse its financial health before investing. Investing in a business that is a picture of financial health means it’s less likely to require outside capital to stay afloat and more likely to be able to ride out […]Read More
The 3 Most Important Things To Look For In A Company During A Recession.
The shutdown of the global economy caused by coronavirus has brought with it Australia’s first recession since 1991. The good news is, history tells us recessions bring with them excellent investing opportunities if you’re looking for exceptional returns (you should be). So what is a recession? The economic impact of COVID-19 has been monumentally bad […]Read More
Buffett’s Flashing Red Stock Market Indicator That You Need To Be Aware Of
Firstly, there are several indicators employed to gauge stock market valuations. The market price to earnings ratio (P/E) is among the most common. Legendary investor, Warren Buffett analyses another indicator, which has famously become synonymous with his name. It compares the total market capitalisation of the entire U.S. Stock Market against the total GDP (gross […]Read More