14Jun 2017

St. Ives PLC Trading Statement

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14 June 2017                     

St Ives plc (“St Ives” or the “Group”) Trading statement 

St Ives, the international marketing services group, provides the following trading update.

18May 2017

Brazilian stocks volatile as presidential scandal unfolds

The Sao Paulo stock exchange

“I’ve never seen anything like this,” said one trader with decades of experience.

Trading was delayed in Sao Paulo’s stock exchange and once it opened the circuit breaker stopped all operations within just a few minutes. That has not happened since the global financial crisis of 2008.

9May 2017

12 Types of Technical Indicators Used by Stock Traders

If you’re planning to hold a portfolio of blue chip stocks well into retirement, then short-term movements in the market are not likely your biggest worry.

However, if you dabble in the stock market on a day-to-day basis, or if you simply want to know what drives the thinking of other market participants, it can be very beneficial to understand the basics of technical indicators.

26Apr 2017

Enjoy the Silence – Cut out the Noise – Part 1 of 3

Finally I have found some time to start on this Blog. I have had this in my mind for many months but not really had a ‘window’ of time where I can really free myself up from the hustle and bustle of life and enable an atmosphere that is peaceful and conducive to the Deep Thinking I suspect this Blog will demand. You could say I have“Cut out the Noise“……

13Apr 2017

Milestones in Market Mania

“Watching neighbors get rich at the end of a bubble while you sit it out is pure torture”. Jeremy Grantham

Why be masochistic and sit out one of the greatest bull markets in history? If you have clear guidelines: milestones based on other bubbles such as stock markets in the 1920s and 1980s, then you can profit from both the bubble inflation and when it bursts. Like then, current stock market valuations are not sustainable. But, even with the anticipated Trump inspired increase in inflation, that doesn’t stop valuations going much higher before much lower. That is the nature of a bubble.

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