Is This The Biggest Investing Mistake You’re Making Right Now?

Investing mistakes

After over a decade of stock price growth, it is perhaps unsurprising that investors are generally feeling bullish. After all, an investment in the majority of stocks in recent years is likely to have led to a sizeable profit.

This, though, could cause investors to become somewhat complacent about the outlook for the world economy. With tariffs set to hurt GDP growth over the next few years and a rising US interest rate having the potential to disrupt the performance of a range of economies across the world, there are clear risks facing investors. Here’s why focusing on risk, as well as reward, could be crucial over the next few years.

Uncertain outlook

While the US economy has been growing rapidly during the course of 2018, this could mean that further interest rate rises are ahead.  Read More …

Replies to this Post

  1. Finnegan D

    I feel the economy will continue to be strong into 2019 and 2020. I will continue to invest in growth stock and less on defensive stocks.

  2. Benson Blauvelt

    The markers are cyclic. We've been doing quite well for some time it's bound to turn downward for a little while. Nothing to worry about.

  3. Jan Prosser

    Well the ride was fun while it lasted.

  4. Oswald Mears

    Wow it's been a 10 year bull run. Some market corrections is bound to be happening too. Especially considering the US are indeed imposing tariffs.

  5. Otis C.

    Not much you probably don't already know Nander. Just have a diversified mix and you should be fine.

  6. Nander

    Any quality picks to add to my portfolio that will hopefully weather the potential storm coming?

  7. Robin

    LOL i just saw the Questrade post about their managed investing. Seems just easier for me to put my money in that and not have to take an aspirin trying to decipher and plan for this roller coaster.

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