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Ep. 480: Frankly Speaking: A beginners guide to the world of investing

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

Today’s first question covers stop-loss orders – an investment tool I will always strongly recommend.

At times investments fall out-of-favor… and we are either stopped-out or forced to sell. It happens to everyone. But what should investors look for when they want to re-enter their position?

Then, after giving listeners a quick update on the uranium company – Cameco (CCJ)… I explain why dividend-cuts are not always a bad sign for shareholders.

Switching gears, I then share some tips for listeners who are new to the world of investing. If you plan on being a “day-trader,” this is a must listen.

And finally, to end the episode, I break-down another “buy” recommendation. And why investors should act now – before the storm.

Special thanks to Kevin, Daniel, Thomas, Mike, and John. Keep the questions coming!

Stocks Mentioned:

  • GoldMining (BRI.V)
  • Sandstorm Gold (SAND)
  • Kinder Morgan (KMI)
  • KKR & Co L.P. (KKR)
  • Delta Air Lines (DAL)
  • International Business Machines (IBM)

Also, don’t forget to tune-in next week! I’ll be recapping everything I learned from the 2017 Consumer Electronic Show.

Talk to you then and good investing!


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