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Stocks plunge as Facebook, Apple add to tech sector's wreck
BNN-U.S. stocks plummeted Monday, with the largest technology companies leading the way lower, as investor pessimism about escalating trade tensions between the Trump Administration and China added to concerns about new regulation coming for the industry. The dollar dipped and Treasuries gained for a fifth straight session.
Canadian stocks also fell. The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down 68.81 points, or 0.45 per cent, to 15,086.69.
All major American benchmarks were down more than 1.5 per cent. The Nasdaq 100 Index plunged around 3 per cent on renewed concern that trade fights will tamp down global demand and disrupt supply chains for major technology companies that have carried the bull market for almost 10 years. The biggest drop in homebuilder sentiment in more than four years hammered the housing sector. Crude held above US$56 a barrel as energy stocks rebounded.
“The internals of the market itself have become increasingly defensive,” Richard Ross, Evercore ISI head of technical analysis, said on Bloomberg TV. “We’ve seen some erosion across key sectors, like technology, while at the same time, the macro backdrop -- crude, credit, currencies -- all trending in the wrong direction, after providing a tailwind for almost the entirety of this bull move, which commenced in late 2016.” .
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Sure! They usually have higher interest rates and low to no fees. In most cases, you need to connect another account and transfer money in and out. I recommend using online accounts as supplemental. For instance, having a savings account at an online bank to maximize the overall interest you earn on your money or something like a spending or allowance checking account; are good ideas. Christmas, travel or other specialty savings are great ideas too. Especially, if you set up automatic deposits.
With online banks, you can’t walk in and talk to someone and depositing cash is a challenge. Always remember, when it comes to your money, DIVERSIFY. Don’t put everything in one place. 👍🏾
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This coiled spring compression has got downright silly in recent weeks with the usually volatile bitcoin trading in an ultra-tight range. This tight trading range seemed very contrived to me and suggested something was “up.”Yesterday out of the blue bitcoin dropped 14%.
” An asset like bitcoin is an extreme speculative asset so if you are going to play this market you must be and are a “speculator.”$2,500 has been my target since the crash started at $20,000. I bailed at $18,000 and have been waiting since then to reenter in size.
If it hits that price I will load up. It could bounce tomorrow, it could hit $1,000 but $2,500 is my target waypoint, my unreliable crystal balls are indicating.
Price goals can only be guesses but as a trader you pivot around them as the market develops.
Asset Classes- The similarly grouped financial instruments you invest into!
Equities: Buying into the stock market or the shares of a company.
Fixed Income: Things like bonds that pay you a fixed amount of interest continuously until you receive your principal investment back.
Currency: Cash, the US Dollar or Foreign Currencies...a.k.a. Forex
Property: Real Estate or infrastructure that you own and is appreciating and/or paying you.
Commodities: Hard assets besides real estate such as precious metals like gold and silver that you place your money into.
Digital Assets: This isn’t a widely accepted Asset Class but I consider it one. I believe Digital Assets like cryptocurrency are a new major asset.
What do you invest in? What is your preference??!
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48,000 lower kilometers, one year newer, & we'll pay 40% less on gas.
It's smaller, & we are due with our 3rd in Feb, but still feels like the right move - just might test our minimalism skills while traveling 😅.
I plan to rent it on Turo Fri-Mon, as we use hubs' Mazda 3 on weekends anyway.
So *ideally* Turo will cover the personal use portion of my vehicle, reducing expenses enough to reach our monthly mortgage prepayment goal.
Thankful for this falling into place, as it's a much nicer vehicle than I initially visited the dealership for 😍
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💵Money Monday💵 📉📉📉📉📉”The FAANG stocks – Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google-parent Alphabet – have fallen steadily over the last 6 weeks as the companies delivered disappointing earnings and mixed forecasts. Facebook in particular has been hard hit during this round of selling, falling to a new low for the year after a raft of negative publicity surrounding its handling of foreign influence on the 2016 election. Collectively, the five stocks have lost nearly $1 trillion in value since hitting their respective 52-week highs.
Tech stocks are coming off an October which saw the Nasdaq Composite plunge 9.2 percent, its steepest drop in a month since November 2008.
Wall Street defines a bear market as a fall of 20 percent or more from a stock’s 52-week high.” Thanks to my AWESOME mentors, we knew a crash was coming! I SOLD my Amazon stock right at the top and took my gains! 💪🏾🤑 If you want to know what we know, right now is the time to get in while the price is $27.90 for the holidays! Fix your credit and learn how to get more money from the job you currently work without asking you boss for a raise! Yes it’s legal!
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Asset allocation is an important strategy to balance risk and reward in your portfolio.
It might be wise to allocate your money in many different asset classes to reduce the risk of loss of capital when one asset class goes bad.
In this example, we allocate our capital equally among three different asset classes as well as internationally.
The three asset classes are: real estate, stocks & bonds.
You can gain exposure to real estate by investing in REITs, real estate ETFs (index funds), or buy physical property.
Real estate prices tend to be more stable than stocks and investing in RE gives you a steady cashflow every month or quarter.
Stocks are the more volatile (prices tend to fluctuate) asset class.
Stocks can offer you nice returns but only if you have emotional control and DON’T sell during a crash.
Investing in Index Funds is the safest way to go, where you buy a basket of companies across different industries.
High quality dividend stocks are relatively stable and provide you with cashflow in the form of dividends.
Growth stocks like Amazon tend to fluctuate wildly and usually don’t pay (large) dividends.
Bonds are considered one of the safest investments, especially US Treasury bonds.
Corporate (company) bonds tend to have higher yields as they carry more risk.
An Index Fund of corporate bonds can boost your rate of return while keeping risk at a minimum.
Finally, it may be smart to invest a part of your money in international stocks, bonds, or real estate.
International stocks, bond, or real estate prices do not move always move in the exact same way as US assets do.
If the US asset classes perform poorly, international assets may do just fine!
Also, by investing in an Index Fund of emerging markets like India, Latin America, or Africa you can profit from their fast growing economies!
If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments or DM!
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