When Is the Market Wrong?

When Is the Market Wrong?

New BY Nick Hubble POSTED 17 hours ago

The surprising thing about financial crises is that they come as a surprise. Both the stock market and the bond market are supposed to be forecasting mechanisms. They ‘discount’ the future — meaning they figure out how much something is worth by estimating its future returns.

Australia’s Great ‘Resources Resurgence’

Download your guide to the Great Commodities Comeback of 2018

Markets rarely offer investors the chance to make money in the same way twice. But that could be the case here if, as Callum Newman believes, Australian resources make a big comeback. This report explains Callum’s ‘case for commodities’ for this year and next.

  • You’ll learn why he believes Aussie resources look to be entering a renewed boom period
  • You’ll learn why supply is not keeping up with growing demand for key resources
  • And you’ll learn three ideas to position yourself for this trend

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