This week we release a fifth “Social Distance” episode where Steph, Joel, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. As we are seeing signs of stock market recovery we are taking a deep dive into stock market recoveries in Australia, United States and other parts of the globe. This episode discusses into indicators that we have seen that can advise you on better choices that you can make in your stock portfolio to increase your chances of profiting in this market
This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:
- Buy Signals: The NASDAQ is now only 10% of its all-time highs while the ASX is still around 33.4% away from its all-time highs. Joel’s portfolio is now fully invested and he discusses the common traits that all the winners in this current market shares as well as key indicators he used to predict the stock market recover.
- Residential and Rental Properties: Brett brings with him current information on the residential real estate market and brings with him information on what indicators we are currently seeing in terms of market activity. There is also a discussion on the eligibility towards rental and mortgage deferral and the types of impact that will linger once the 6 month deferral period is over.
- Personal Finance Psychology: Louis decodes many common psychological behaviours that we tend to see during a stock market recovery, many of which may be excluding you from profiting in this recovery.
You Cannot Be Serious
Car Trouble: Police pulled over a five year old stole the keys to his family’s car and attempted to drive to California to buy a Lamborghini.
Elon Musk Homeless?: Elon Musk is selling all of the properties that he owns and claims that he will be homeless very soon.
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