Ranjeet Singh considers how an aggressive trading strategy could be suffocating your portfolio’s returns and offers some defensive tips.
Ranjeet Singh explains how the coming stock market crash will bring massive opportunities for nimble investors.
The London market is trading lower – but now is not the time to average down on your investments, writes Ranjeet Singh.
Ranjeet Singh discusses the signs that the current sell-off could be the start of something a lot bigger – and why the traditional ‘safe havens’ might not be as reliable the time round.
The market is heading south, according to London Stone Securities founder Ranjeet Singh. But investors can take action to protect their portfolios by taking out ‘insurance’.
Contracts For Difference (CFD) firms are partly blaming lower market volatility for their recent appalling results. Ranjeet Singh begs to differ.
Global equity funds are supposed to be there to reduce portfolio risk – but they could actually be doing the opposite for UK investors, argues Ranjeet Singh.
Algorithm trading is a problem waiting to explode, writes Ranjeet Singh of London Stone Securities.
Just like members of a nightclub in the West End – if investment firms are known to be troublesome, they should either have their membership completely revoked or have to pay a damn sight more to get in, argues Ranjeet Singh.
The party is over. Quantitative Easing has failed – we just don’t know it yet. Prepare for the mother of all hangovers, writes Ranjeet Singh.