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 this week's show, Dale and Janine review how the Australian stock market unfolded in 2019 and what we can expect moving into 2020.
They also review your stock recommendations and provide their analysis on how their likely to unfold in the future.
In this week’s show Dale and Janine will discuss how to find sectors with the best stocks to buy in 2020. In doing so, they will share their process for scanning market sectors so you can learn how to find the best stocks to trade.
In this week's show Dale and Janine share one of their golden rules for how you can consistently make money on the stock market, which will reduce your risk and potentially increase the returns you make when trading the stock market.
While it is true that investing in high dividend yielding stocks can deliver a good income stream, what many don’t realize is that the reason these stocks are most likely paying a high yield is because they are falling in value, which impacts on your overall portfolio return.
That’s why it’s important to understand that as the price a stocks falls, its dividend ...
Much has been written about the benefits of active versus passive investing and depending on market conditions, one approach is inevitably more popular than the other.
Broadly speaking active investing is defined as the process of researching and picking the best stocks to buy or hiring a professional fund manager who takes an active approach to do it for you.
Implicit in this ...