Your forecast for the current economic environment? Sunny with a chance of uncertainty. It’s almost election time. Macroeconomic analysts are prophesying scary outcomes, political parties are snapping at each other in the headlines and the rand is doing a nervous jig that’s unlikely to abate until well into May. What do you need to get […]
WellsFaber has been around long enough to advise many of our clients through several family seasons already. Although we currently live in a culture of instant gratification, seasons remind us that there is a time for everything and our experience fortifies this understanding. Thinking about your family’s long-term, seasonal financial health is vital to ensuring […]
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Simply put, the theory behind market timing is to buy near a low and sell near a high. All sorts of algorithms have been developed to help traders determine this vital point but in reality the idea is a mere myth and there is no clear cut formula or pattern that can be used to determine the ideal point to buy or sell a particular stock.
Global markets continued to react to short term newsflow in November. This daily “noise” has been louder than ever in 2018, but a few of the major 2018 themes i.e. Brexit, Trade Wars, Interest Rates, appear to be coming to a head.