30 September 2021
Welcome to another issue of Stock Take, your weekly update about the share market. Here’s a look at what’s been moving the markets.
The Australian market (blue line) has fallen lately as geopolitical tensions rise between Canberra and Beijing.
Fortunately, NZ (black line) is staying away from that mess, and our market is holding up. We believe investors can stay with the NZ or US (gold line) markets for now.
Tip of the Week
This week’s tip of the week is for a NASDAQ-listed company engaged in the provision of transportation of general commodities. The company has good earnings growth forecast over the next few years and has made recent acquisitions.
See the tip here.
See the results of our best performing retail sector tips from the past three months.
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