Skip to main content

Recession talk , rate cut and fat wallets

Stocks for recession times

Today i read a article in the newspaper  about stocks that would perform better in the current conditions. It says in these recessionary times. stocks that have   ample  funding to get buy already are looking good.So dump all those penny stocks and get some real quality stocks now.

And yes what may those stocks  be ??

The report goes on to say , Bhp Billiton , Telstra , Santos , origin energy  and wa newspapers ( the west Australian) are   having nice fat wallets  at the moment  when the others are scouring for  loose change.

So what do we do , do we go ahead and sink our teeth into these  beauties??

If stock picking was so simple  then  every tom dick and harry would be making a killin!!

Take a moment here  !! think !!

where are metal prices heading ? how is that gonna effect Bhp?

what's the future  holding for  Telecommunication sector??

Will  energy  still be in big demand in 2 years .. will prices hold ??

Will people stop buying newspapers and magazines ??

Well if you have a fair idea  to all these Q  , and  they have a nice fat wallet to  ride out  these  big waves …. what are you waiting for .. Now's the time to dip into your wallet and make a killing!! who cares about the recession !!

 

what will the next rate cut be ?

Popular posts from this blog

Best Australian stock forums online ( finance forums)

Many traders and investors use forums to share ideas, learn from the more experienced, or simply to stave off boredom during long hours at the computer. Here we list the known universe of forums, complete with costs, member numbers, extra benefits and popular forum topics. Please post a message on Your 2 Cents if your favourite forum isn't listed here, or if you feel that there's more to add about the day-to-day goings on in your online community.Forum
Cost
Stock comps
Forum areas
Comments
AussieStockForums.comFreeASX by share code, General, Beginners, Derivatives, Commodities, International, Strategies/SystemsEasy to use, independent forum. Aussie Stock Forums has a group of very active and knowledgeable traders. Private messaging available. Australian forum.
Chimes in ExileFreeASX stocks, fundamental analysis, technical analysis, commodities, economics, investment tools The forum has a small group of regular contributors that form a genuine community of investor…

The diggers and dealers forum meet 2011

The diggers and dealers forum has just begun August 1. Its a three day annual event happening every year  at the WA country town of kalgoorlie.2011 Diggers & Dealers forumBig name brokers  keenly watching the event will be MacquarieDeutsche BankBell PotterGoldman SachsRBS MorgansEvans & PartnersHartleysBlack Swan Euroz.Well most other websites will give you the  finer details of the annual meet and greet that happens at kalgoorlie , so we will just stick with the bare minimum of details  and focus on the more enjoyable bits  of information that the dealers require to strike a good deal while in town.Bare detailsWebsite : Diggers & DealersEvents : Program and scheduleWatering holes and entertainment at Diggers and dealers forumPubs , clubs  and skimpy (barmaids) culture in kalgoorlie . There are about 25 pubs in Kalgoorlie-Boulder area and for a city that stretches just 67sq km the number of pubs makes for  a good choice on drinking holesand entertainmentExchange Hotel ( Pa…

Stock market and High frequency trading

High frequency and computerised trading androgue trading is again  in the news with  trader Mr Adoboli working for UBS  who was arrested at his desk, is alleged to have lost £1.3 billion through his rogue trades  according to the company , now also annoucing that they might go into a loss in this quarter. According to some reports in the media it was said that Mr Adoboli Himself had reported the  trade when the trade went bad before the computers picked up the loss.
Not so long ago in 2008 Jérôme Kerviel, the Paris-based Société Générale trader lost £4 billion in rogue trades, but fought it out in court contesting that the trading firm knew about his trades with large amounts.

High frequency computerised trading in Australia HFT drives the wild swings in global markets and in co-relation influences the local assets, the intensity is expected to rise with online exchange Chi-X to  begin operating in Australia soon with a limited number of stocks in November. The ASX will launch its Pur…