Blackberry’s Five Investment Lessons

There is much to be learned from the downfall of Blackberry (BBRY) precipitated by the the rise of Apple (AAPL). Here are five investment lessons from Blackberry. The corporate world was transformed with the 1999 release of BlackBerry’s pager and then its first smartphone in 2000. The smartphone’s popularity, especially among busy professionals who could…

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Is it Time to be Fearful When Others Are Greedy?

Although I am never one to like commenting about market direction since I get it right as much as I get it wrong in the shorter term, there are times when I do warn my viewers when I see warning signs of a potential market pull back. This is one of those times. Could I…

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Markets at New Highs, Should We Be Concerned?

Only two weeks ago the entire world was bracing itself for another ’GFC’ style correction just after Brexit. At the time I encouraged those who were willing to go against the crowd to think contrarian and take advantage of correction style low prices and ‘Be greedy when others are fearful’ in a piece I wrote,…

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