Trading

Active trading of investments is one method of trying to maximise returns. It is however, very difficult to implement successfully, as investor behaviour and the deluge of related data can make decisions very difficult. The focus of this area is the Australian sharemarket and its daily gyrations.

Should you buy now?

To buy or not to buy- that is the question for investors!
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Is the market ‘high’ or is it ‘low’? Is it ‘time to re-enter the market’ or should you be buying cans of baked beans, a shovel and a gun? This site sticks with the Great Disclaimer – nothing here can be considered personal advice, so the title is more correctly referred to as a ‘rhetorical…

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Trader’s Update

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Here is a Friday update from John on how he sees the very short term movements of the Australian Sharemarket currently. Please remember the great Disclaimer – none of this information is to be considered personal advice, and you MUST NOT take any action based on this post without first verifying that it is appropriate…

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Trading Update Monday 31st January 2011

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Here is our first Traders’ Update for 2011. As has been the case since the onset of the Global Financial Crisis, the world of investment is dominated by activities of speculators and traders. That is, investors and institutions looking to buy and sell a range of securities over the short term to speculate on price movements rather than…

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Trader’s Update

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The recent market falls are interesting in light of the very bouyant market conditions. That is, credit is more available than it has been for some time, global volatility measures are down considerably on where they were during the Global Financial Crisis, trade has lifted considerably (with large year-on-year increases), and central governments have acted…

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