I thought I would go with this heading after seeing so many financial pundits on social media focusing on how right they were shortly after the recent correction. Continue reading “I was wrong! How to deal with FOMO in the markets.”
This year I have felt my blog has been a bit more down beat with my recent post warning of overheated asset classes, and generally I have probably written more about the selling I have done rather than any new buy ideas. Hopefully today’s blog post is a bit more upbeat as I go out and mention two new current holds and later clarify about why avoiding some markets at times in favour of cash is not necessarily being a permabear. Continue reading “AM I TOO PESSIMISTIC AND UNDER INVESTED?”
- LEVERAGE 2. LEVERAGE 3. LEVERAGE 4. LEVERAGE 5. HOPE
My ramble on the property market, the banks, APRA, index investing, market timing and diversification.
Ok so you probably gathered I am experimenting with a bit of click bait.
I meant to write this post when beginning the blog to assist in describing my investment style but it slipped my mind. It resurfaced in my thinking when I recently read a book Margin of Safety, by Seth Klarman. Some areas he cites in the book that are useful to look for opportunities are very similar to what I look for. It would also be great if readers can comment on any current “special situations” they see out there in the markets. Continue reading “WHERE INSTITUTIONS AVOID AND RETAIL INVESTORS FIND BORING (special situation investing discussion thread?)”
Warning – Long post and with links gets longer!
Gold has been topical today after a sizeable retracement and I thought I would tackle the above questions. Especially considering conceivably, I could even be selling more gold stocks soon, time will tell.
Many great investors avoid commodities altogether and I have a lot of respect for that view, so why have l held stocks and ETFs this year with commodity exposures? Continue reading “What is my investment style and why I hold some gold shares (as of today anyway, maybe not tomorrow!).”