Update on the dropping Dow

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

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5 Responses to “Update on the dropping Dow”

  1. Adam says:

    Good morning, I have just received an email regarding seminars being held, in various location ns, entitled “Investing in volatile markets” As I will probably be moving to Perth in 3-4 weeks time can you inform me if it is proposed that further seminars, on this issue, be held in Perth after the one on February 20th which unfortunately is not convenient for me.

    • Clime Asset Management says:

      Hi Adam

      We regularly host these events all across Australia, Perth included. If you receive our Thursday Investing Report, then you will be invited to the next one being hosted.

      Regards,

      Clime Team

  2. Mervyn Cross says:

    Hi, Thanks for the video explaining the fall of the Dow. This information is invaluable as it avoids the hype generated in the media and gives us a sober reasoning for what is happening. Looking forward to future videos, so that we investors can operate in an educated environment. Well done.

  3. Chris Middleton says:

    Thanks for these rational comments at a time of significant volatility. Sick of seeing media headlines such as “$25Bn lost from the ASX today” yet no coverage when market gains that much. Fully concur re ETF’s, especially those that passively follow the market such as the S&P all ordinaries index. These indices are market-capital biased and heavily dominated by the financial sector that is not tracking too well at the moment. I much prefer those listed investment companies (LIC’s) that are conviction investors looking for undervalued small to mid-caps.

  4. theot58 says:

    What is spooking the market is the fear of increasing interest rates in a world awash in debt.
    The US gov. has over $USD 20 trillion in debt which will be a huge burden in interest rates increase even a little.
    This is just the tip of the iceberg.

    I disagree with the “hold on strategy” – when the debt tsunami hits in full force it will smash all companies good, bad or indifferent.

    I am shorting the market

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