Nick Radge stopped following the pack many years ago. As a futures trader, stock trader, futures broker, stock broker and fund manager, Nick learnt to recognise what the pack were doing and how they react to financial information. He also realised that it made no sense. Are you one of the pack? Here’s a test: [...]
An effective strategy for your SMSF? Asks Nick Radge. A recent release from The Industry Super Network (ISN) – the umbrella organization for industry super funds in Australia, suggests that high embedded fees, including commissions to financial planners, is the main cause for the poor performance of for-profit retail super funds. And, according to Australian [...]
Invest only with the Trend. It’s a simple strategy that can save you from great financial hardship. Not many brokers or analysts would have thought that Macquarie Group (MQG) could fall from $90+ to under $30, nor Rio Tinto (RIO) from over $150 to $30, or Babcock and Brown (BNB) from over $30 into the [...]
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