Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Share Investor's 2020 Stock Picks ;)



We have cut back on expense for next years "pick".

Welcome back to the stock picking monkey for 2020's.

This years picking is a little diff in that there will be no stock picks.

It has kind of run its course and ill tell you why if you be so kind to listen.

What is a stock pick but really an advert for yourself to pick whatever you want based on various methods.

I don't want to do that anymore, I see it as not helpful at all.

I would rather you pick the stock based on what you have learnt either through me or some other means.

The following para is an addendum. 

Except perhaps one stock - ill let you do the research - which I see as highly undervalued and that is where perhaps stock pickers come into their own picking undervalued stocks. I am going to pick one. Sky City Entertainment. It is ripe for the picking. Anything that you can buy at less than $4 is a steal. Hope I picked well Cameron Boyd ;0

So let me finish this year by thanking everyone for joining up at Share Investor and Ill finish on about what might happen next year. 

I see President Trump playing a big part in many portfolios - surprise, surprise.

I see the NZ dollar weaken.

I see bull markets to continue based on what we know so far and other indicators that are too numerous to mention.

I see interest rates drift lower (see above)

I see oil start to rise.

Gold the same.

Property in Auckland - rise. (Any monkey can pick that!)


Love as always to Soph & Jacks  💓



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2 comments:

  1. I have hedged my bets on SKC too. Half my portfolio is on it. The charts suggest the next 2 years it will jump 20% plus. After a good rally of many years, I'm ready to settle back with dividend delivering stocks like this on. Shame SKC isn't at 3.90 or lower these days, will have to empty my bank account soon.

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  2. I wish I knew who you were. By the way it has been as low as $3.85 within the last few months.

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