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What can be learnt from 50 years of analysing the stock market

Jake Bernstein,

Internationally recognised futures analyst Jake Bernstein’s reputation has been built over 50 years of analysing the stock market.  An accomplished trader, educator and author with more than 40 books published, Jake has an enviable grasp on the market and the intricacies surrounding it. 

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Jake joins host David Stratford to share why he chooses to invest and discuss the one key change he has seen in the market throughout the years which negatively impacts many investors. 
Reflecting his belief that “knowledge is power”, he offers insight into how investors can use that information to their advantage.

He will unpack the importance of discipline and how it can be transformed into confidence and, ultimately, money; share how he utilises public information to determine upcoming shifts in the market; and reveal his predictions for the market over the coming weeks, which he says will be a big surprise to many.

Thanks Jake, for sharing your insights with the Nest Egg podcast team!

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What can be learnt from 50 years of analysing the stock market
Jake Bernstein,
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