3 wires you should read this weekend

Patrick Poke

Livewire Markets

1) A rising tide lifts all boats. It’s easy to make money when markets are going up, but how can you profit from falling share prices? Chad Slater from Morphic Asset Management explores the controversial world of shorting.  (VIEW LINK)

2) Roger Montgomery is a self-confessed stock-picker, so when he has concerns about the macro environment, you know something is going on. Watch the video to hear why he thinks Quantitative Easing will be ineffective from here.  (VIEW LINK)

3) Shine Corporate (ASX:SHJ) dropped a massive 73% last Friday after lifting a 10-day trading halt. James Greenhalgh from Intelligent Investor looks at some of the ‘red flags’ that were thrown up in the most recent financial statements.  (VIEW LINK)

This week marked the return of our popular segment, Buy Hold Sell. In this episode, we asked Geoff Wilson and Ben Clark for their opinions on the most popular stocks from our Livewire reader survey and there were some intriguing responses.  (VIEW LINK)

That’s it from us this week. Until next time, I hope ‘Mr Market’ brings you good fortune.

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Patrick Poke
Managing Editor
Livewire Markets

Patrick was one of Livewire’s first employees, joining in 2015 after nearly a decade working in insurance, superannuation, and retail banking. He is passionate about investing, with a particular interest in Australian small-caps.


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