Trading What's your take on the Australian stock exchange?

Discussion in 'Share Investing Strategies, Theories & Education' started by Billy.RaltonProperty, 2nd Jun, 2020.

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What is the better index

  1. ASX200

    71.4%
  2. Nikkei 225

    28.6%
  1. Billy.RaltonProperty

    Billy.RaltonProperty New Member

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    What do you thing the best index's are to invest in right now and why?
     
  2. Fargo

    Fargo Well-Known Member

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    Nasdaq Becuz of FAANG, OKTA ROKU , zoom, teladoc, netflix, trade desk, Zngya, twillo, NOW Quidel match Nivida etc etc. capital light buisness models giving scalable recurring revenue. growing revenue at high rates with geographicaly diverse large market no financial stocks. Best companies in the world ran by the smartest people in the world. Where else ya ganna get stocks like that .
     
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  3. Blueskies

    Blueskies Well-Known Member

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    Blueskies Well-Known Member

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    Right now though, I would favour AU over JP as far as upside in the shorter term.
     
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    datto Well-Known Member

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    I❤️ASX
     
  6. CSDS

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    FUEL, BNKS, MVB: These unloved sectors of recent times are on a cyclical upswing. Present fair value currently
     
  7. PropDir

    PropDir Well-Known Member Business Member

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    I prefer to steer clear of the stock market completely due to its volatility.
    Since 2005, all I have ever focused on was the property market.
    For those sharemarket investors who have done well, good on you!
     
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