I wanted to start this article with something positive and special, and it didn’t take me long to find what I was looking for. If you stayed (or spent most of your time) at home last week, and clapped for a minute on 26th March at 8 pm to show your love and appreciation for the NHS, take a bow.
Continue reading “Week 13: Hold tight and the ride will be over soon… I hope”
Coronavirus is everywhere. It has almost spread to every country, and has captured almost every headline – there is not much else to talk about right now. It has turned the whole world into a Zombieland. Governments, starting from the Italian government, are closing their borders, banning large gatherings, closing shops, schools, and cancelling sports tournaments to stop the spread of the virus. Meanwhile, every single stock index has been dropping and reached the lowest in decades in the last week.
Continue reading “Week 11: Don’t Panic. Here is what I think we all should be doing… Washing our hands regularly!”
The spike in coronavirus deaths, shuffle in the UK government cabinet with the chancellor of the exchequer’s resignation and the eurozone growth slow down were the main talks of the town during the week.
Continue reading “Week 07: Coronavirus (again), HS2, Recession Fear & Portfolio Update”
The market opened in a positive mood on Monday, and FTSE 100 was almost 3% up at the end of Thursday trading. However, it fell back to red due to the news of further coronavirus spread throughout the world, the European and Chinese market slowdown, etc.
Continue reading “Week 06: Temporary Market Recovery, Portfolio Updates & More”
I have been investing in shares for over the last 3/4 years. Like any other newbie investor, I have made mistakes in the past, and I am probably still making a few mistakes. However, I am, also, learning many new things every day. So I have decided to write a weekly column about the market, my portfolio, and investing opportunities. I honestly hope this will be useful to someone out there, one day.
Continue reading “Week 05: Markets & Portfolios Dropped as Coronavirus Continues Its Havoc”