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Why sometimes the best advice is to do the opposite of what the market is doing

Adam Truelove

With 2018 having seen market corrections across numerous investment classes and some claiming that the market would ‘struggle to get any lower’, many see 2019’s market as a great opportunity for investors to learn and take advantage of current conditions.

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Adam Truelove, global trading director at Learn to Trade, joins host David Stratford to reveal exactly how investors can do just that and why the 2018 market means good things for the year ahead.

Adam explains why often money can be made by doing the opposite of what the market is doing, shares his thoughts surrounding investment “safe havens”, and takes a prospective look at the trends that he is expecting through the year ahead.

 

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

You can stay up-to-date with what Adam is up to at learntotrade.com.au/

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Why sometimes the best advice is to do the opposite of what the market is doing
Adam Truelove
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