What’s Next? is the market bullish or bearish? is the Cryptocurrency market high or low? is Blockchain technology can assist us?
The genuine answer is who knows?!?!
There may be few good bargains out there in the regular stock market. The old, familiar, reliable and regulated stock market still maintain its reputation. Hopefully, regulator and governments are trying to make it better for the benefit of all investors.
For example, the following may be a good bargain:
Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ: KHC, an American food company ), traded low compare to the last previous 52 weeks (around 31.90 USD per share). Market Cap of 39.144 billions USD, Avg. Volume 11,938,227 USD according to Yahoo finance. In case of bearish markets, hopefully, you may be able to exit faster. Please analyze if you believe in this company/industry (industrial food). Maybe you think the food industry is going elsewhere and less industrial.
Vodafone Group Plc (NASDAQ: VOD, British multinational telecommunications conglomerate), traded low compare to the last previous 52 weeks (around 17.70 USD per share). Big Company, Market Cap of 48.524 billions USD, Avg. Volume 6,447,988 USD according to Yahoo finance. In case of bearish markets, hopefully, you may be able to exit faster. Please analyze if you believe in this company/industry/geographical zone. Maybe you think the Brexit will impact hard and badly on Vodafone Group Plc.
Will it go up again? no one knows, but that’s the risk. No reward without a risk. Life is amazing, you can enjoy your hard saving money with a good vacation, or risk it. Don’t forget to purchase those “luck vouchers”, they can be useful along the way :).
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