Penny Stock Investing Course

I’m excited to announce the official launch of my online course “Penny Stock Investing – The Basics”. This Penny Stock Investing course will provide you with the foundational elements required for an investor to operate in the Penny Stock world. We will explore a number of factors that should be considered when analysing a Penny stock as well as how …

The $50k Challenge!

I have officially kicked off the $50k Challenge and started investing $50,000 in the share market with live buys and sells. This will ensure complete transparency through this experiment. I will also be providing brief reasons for buys and sells as I go. To make the updates easy to follow I have created a $50k Challenge page on my site …

Q&A with Steven Goldstein

Why Is Managing Our Emotions So Critical to Success in The Markets? The following two statements are both accurate: 1) We are emotional beings and we have relatively little control of our emotions, particularly under stress. 2) The quality of our decisions, and our ability to objectively assess what is happening in markets is heavily impacted by our emotional states. …

Q&A with Mr Mena

What got you into markets in the first place? I have always been an entrepreneurial thinker and am constantly looking at ways to grow my wealth. At age 23, I owned my first business as a 7 Eleven franchisee while studying radiography on a full-time basis at RMIT University. I funded this by obtaining a personal loan with 20% interest …

Q&A with Dean

What got you into the markets in the first place? It started out by just researching how to save on fees. I was not on board with paying a mutual fund 3% to hug an index. I ended up reading a couple of books about mutual funds and started to pick the funds myself. Eventually I got rid of all …

Q&A with Bhavdip

What got you into markets in the first place?  It’s a long but an interesting journey with a few key events that are worth mentioning. My first exposure to the markets was through my father, who was an investor and a trader. My father used to ask me to read out stock quotes from the newspaper and that was my …

Without conviction you don’t have anything

It’s easy to understand why the vast majority of people love using social media as a means of finding stock tips. There are countless groups created specifically for this purpose including one Facebook group that at this moment in time has 37,000 members. 37,000!! Now what do you think happens when 37,000 people converge in one group trying to find …

Q&A with Maj Soueidan

1. What got you into the markets in the first place? My dad basically launched my full time investing journey which has run about three decades now. He lived the American dream, arriving in the United States from Lebanon in 1969. He found a long career in pharmaceutical sales and eventually started his own business in the home building accessory …

My Investing Journey

When did my investing Journey begin? My Investing journey started quite early on in my life. Growing up my parents invested quite a bit in real estate so in my late teenage years I saved to buy an investment property of my own. Coming towards the end of the GFC in 09 the property market wasn’t great in Australia so …

$50K Challenge MSE Review

As stated in my $50k Challenge Annual Review post I will be providing an update on the stocks that are in my portfolio as quite a bit has happened since I purchased them. Every week I will release an update on 1 stock with this week focussing on MSE. Company Name: MSE Purchase Price: 0.006 Current Price: 0.013 Corporate Update: …

The $50k Challenge – Update 14

The $50k Challenge Update 14 – 14/07/2020 Stock Code: 8CO Shares Purchased: 255,000 Share Price: 0.065 Reasons for Buying: Management own 25% of the register No Debt $1.8m Cash in the bank Major clients including various Australian Government departments Financial Analysis: FY20 revenue up 8%. This would have been much higher if not for COVID impacts SaaS revenue up 30% …

The $50k Challenge – Update 13

The $50k Challenge Update 13 – 14/07/2020 Stock Code: CR1 Shares Sold: 41,666 Share Price: 0.40 Profit: $6,666 / 67% Reason for Selling I orginally purchased CR1 for the possibility of management acquiring a major lease in the resources space. They have done this many times in the past and have been very successful with this strategy. After purchasing CR1 …