What would you do in the upcoming Autumn Sale? (Spring Sale for my Oz and southern hemisphere friends)
Some shops would actually state when the Sale would end. It gives shoppers a sense of urgency to encourage them to buy now. There are times when I bought games during the Sale (I am a geek after all), some games prices would go up to its normal price after the Sale, but some actually go on further discount, I get frustrated about this as I could have bought more games!!!
Unfortunately unlike a Sale, you would not know when volatile markets would end. So with the very volatile market since 21st August, how do I shop for Bargains in this Sale?
I chatted with a good friend last week. He is a professional trader and market maker. He got concerned about my wellbeing when he read my blog post about What to do in a Market Correction. I am glad to have a good friend like him around. We got into a good discussion about how do we buy in a volatile market. Let me share 4 Simple Ways to Invest in Volatile Markets:
Continue reading 4 Simple Ways to Invest in Volatile Markets
Over this weekend, I got quite a lot of messages asking similar questions,
“What should I do with shares? Is it going to be like 2008?”
I am sure many of you out there might be thinking the same as well.
I did plan to write about market correction before I started this blog a month ago, it’s not because I have a crystal ball, but statistically speaking, we are long overdue for a market correction. As an investor, we should prepare ourselves both mentally and financially for it.
“A Storm is coming! Take Heart Young One, the Earth Mother is Near.”
For those that played a lot of Warcraft 3 game, you might be familiar with these Cairne Bloodhoof quotes, when you are commanding your orc troops around.
Last Friday 21 Aug 2015, from the market high, the US benchmark S&P 500 is 8% down, the Dow is 10% down, The UK FTSE 100 is 13% down.
Today the Australia, Asia markets continues the downward trend.
You get the idea, a storm is coming! What should you do? Continue reading A Storm is Coming! What to do in a Market Correction.