The world is brimming with metals and minerals. Companies in virtually all countries seek, explore, and mine these commodities (or specialty chemicals/products) we use in today’s civilisation. Investors and corporates allocating capital, routinely take advantage of information asymmetries to discover and invest in undervalued opportunities every year, and many can be located outside of the … Continue reading Make your portfolio stronger with this strategy | The Weekly by Synergy
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If you are a small-cap retail investor or an institution with an eye on the juniors, this is a real risk that doesn’t get enough discussion. Here’s our friendly warning: “lifestyle companies” will drain your resources and evaporate wealth so it’s wise to spot them quickly. Intrigued? Read on… What do we mean by “lifestyle company”? … Continue reading How to spot a “lifestyle company” in your due diligence process | The Weekly by Synergy
This is a short post, but I am aiming to put forward the idea that you should start investing in stocks as early as possible. Why? Well, think about the bank account your parents/grandparents created for you, where they put some money to get you started in your financial life. It's like that, but you … Continue reading Why you should start investing in stocks in your 20s -or early 30s-