The Australian Stock Market Show is streamed live every Tuesday night from 7pm to 8pm and hosted by expert traders, and regular market commentators Dale Gillham and Janine Cox from Wealth Within.
For nearly two decades both Dale and Janine have been highly sought after, both nationally and internationally, for their expert stock market commentary. They have also been regular commentators on Sky Business News, CNBC, along with all major Australian TV, radio, magazines and newspapers.
Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced trader, the Wealth Within Live team will answer your questions on what’s happening in today’s markets around the world so you can make more informed decisions and become more profitable in the markets.
The Australian Stock Market Show is an independent and impartial live show on the stock market where you get to ask our experts Dale and Janine your most burning questions. They will also give you their expert opinion on stocks that you are interested in and share with you their experience in how to avoid the common mistakes many traders make so you can generate more profits and take less risk.
In January 2021, Gamestop (NYSE: GME) rose over 2,000 per cent, as retail investors created hysteria about this stock and now the same is happening with AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC). So how do you find the next GME or AMC stock before the big rise occurs and how do you ensure you get out with a profit?
In tonight’s Australian Stock Market Show, Dale and Janine analyse ...
In November 2020, our prediction was that gold prices would rise strongly in 2021 and right now it is trading above $1,900 an ounce. This is likely being driven by investors buying gold or gold stocks as a hedge against inflation, as state and federal governments continue to inject large amounts of capital into the economy to keep it growing, which has experts concerned about inflation as ...
Cannabis stocks, otherwise known as pot stocks or marijuana stocks, have become a hot commodity to invest in 2021 given that billions are spent on these products around the world each year with the US likely to spend around $30 billion on legal cannabis by 2025. This is in addition to the growing demand for cannabis products in Asian markets.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) has reaffirmed its position as the biggest bank on the Australian stock market after achieving a new all-time high and is now double the size of its nearest rival. This raises two questions: should investors buy Commonwealth Bank now and will CBA’s share price continue to rise?
ASX tech stocks Afterpay (ASX: APT), Appen (ASX: APN) and Nearmap (ASX: NEA) have fallen 20 per cent following a sell-off in US technology stocks this week. So should you be fearful right now or excited by the fall?
Typically, investors become fearful as stocks fall heavily rather than getting excited and prepared to take advantage of the huge opportunities to profit. As a ...