Aussie stocks have taken a hard hit over the last few trading sessions as a combination of weaker local economic data, and disappointment over a lack of clear stimulus initiatives for the Chinese economy, have sent investors to the sidelines.
These investors now appear to be at a crossroads. Can central banks engineer a soft landing for global economies, or are their actions to fight inflation about to plunge us into a world-wide recession?
You might ordinarily assume such a set of circumstances would make deciding whether to buy, hold, or sell ASX stocks a difficult enterprise. But that would only be the case if you didn’t have a plan for how to enter, how to exit, and how to manage your risk.
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail. Well, quite simply, if you don’t watch my videos, you’re planning to fail! This week I look at the […]
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