Why the RBA Cut Rates ? Underemployment v unemployment

The RBA rate cut occurred due to economic weakness – rising unemployment, significant underemployment, lack of wages growth and a lack of consumer spending.  Hey, this economy isn’t growing.  Stimulation is required or we could be considering the R word before long with the main risk being the international trade disputes between the China and …

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TRADE WARS: Effects on America

This week Trump tweeted he would increase tariffs from 10% to 25% on USD500m+ of Chinese goods. Investors are worried that the additional tariffs hamper economic growth causing uncertainty and volatility in the market. US and Chinese trade officials will resume negotiations in Washington this Thursday/Friday to try for a trade deal. The proposed higher tariffs are scheduled …

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Volatility to return – opportunities to come

Published in LinkedIn 9/11/2018. In the coming weeks we are expecting a return to higher volatility for the market yet again. In the near term, immediately following further rises, we anticipate another slight drop. For our clients this slight drop will offer some fairly straightforward buying opportunities to accumulate cheap stock before the return to …

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Market Correction: Worst is now over – Pythagoras ramps up buying

Coming out the other side : Pythagoras ramps up buying.  Worst over now. On October 11 we warned that we expected this stock market correction to be more elongated but similar to February 2018.  Last week we published a blog about the similarities of the February 2018 pullback and our success in investing into tough …

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