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L’évaluation technique des actions sur base du return et de la force
In previous years, you may have regularly read a contribution in which it was proven to select strong shares from strong sectors and strong markets. This increases your rate of success.
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Vive la France!
“Vive la France” were the only three French words spoken by President Macron after a long English speech in Congress this week. Macron is the first president that visited the United States during the Trump-era. In doing so, Macron placed himself, France, and the French stock exchange on an international stage. On a European field,...
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A number of catalysts caused the market to drop faster than we are used to, after months of trending upward. The word ‘crash’ resurfaced, but luckily did not come to full fruition. And yet, nothing really happened unless you started investing in January 2018. This is a reason why you should enter the market gradually.
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Zijn uw schaapjes al geschoren?
The rise in interest on both the short and long term has received a lot of attention. Even on the late news, you are informed that it would be best to buy a house fast, because loans are going to become more expensive. What people do not tell you, however, is that the interest rate...
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In the January 2018 edition of ‘Beste Belegger’, you were introduced to an interesting contribution named ‘De VFB Eindejaarsvraagjes’ (or VFB end-of-year questions). A number of analysts each introduces three shares worth buying. A brave task with the final score in December 2018; brave in particular considering that the economic and political landscape can change...
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In my most recent contribution, I wrote about the considerable stock market yields of 2017 (+10% on average), and the even higher scores of the model portfolios (+20% on average). After just 10 trading days, the model portfolio ‘Belgium’ finished in first place with an increase of +17% since 1 January! The Bel20, on the...
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Are you opting for more or less volatility? I received many positve comments on my previous contribution, ‘How do you know if your portfolio contains good shares’. Sufficient reason for me to delve a little deeper into compiling a portfolio. Are analyses of third parties important to you, or do you prefer analyzing yourself? Good,...
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After 2009, the American stock market index rose with an average of 36% per year: phenomenal performance, which trumps every type of investment. With such a rise, it is impossible to avoid many who boast about their performance. Every investor who benefited from this is delighted to have seen the value of their portfolio triple...
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