Understanding The Investment Clock – Your Road to Recovery sets the scene for your wealth creation by demonstrating that when a Global Financial Crisis occurs, it doesn’t have to be all about doom and gloom, it’s about opportunity. Falling markets mean falling prices – which is good news for investors. The key is knowing when to strike and The Investment Clock will help you to pinpoint your entry point.
Understanding The Investment Clock – Your Road to Recovery is the result of a lifetime of Rod North’s investment experience. For over 25 years he has held leading roles in the financial services industry. He has lived and breathed seven ‘bull and bear’ markets since the 1980s and commenced his first share portfolio when he was only ten years old. As an investment expert he has often looked to The Investment Clock to work out what he should do with his money next and to guide him through the investment maze of opportunities.
The strategy for your investment success is straightforward:
Whether you are a first time investor or long time sharemarket enthusiast, Understanding The Investment Clock – Your Road to Recovery will act as a critical tool for guiding you on your journey to sharemarket and investment success.
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Boom Time is a period of greed and excess. Consumerism is at its most extreme, full employment provides for maximum optimism and a feeling of real and sometimes imagined wealth exists, where investors believe that the favourable conditions will continue indefinitely. A whole range of new players come into the sharemarket at this level, and often regret having little or no knowledge, relying only on what others have told them- that sharemarket investment ‘is easy money’. Smart investors get out on the way to and at the top of the boom by taking their share gains and moving into real estate as part of a longer term wealth creation strategy. At this stage of the phase, the rapid increase in the demand for real estate often pushes demand above supply and results in an increase in property prices. Property prices may rise well above real value and can come back to bite you later, if you have excessive gearing.