Thursday 10th October 2019
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Dear Sharechat readers,
If you have listed NZX and ASX investments and you are in the process of reassessing your holdings or wish to do so, our advisers at Equity Investment Advisers Limited are willing to assist. As you are no doubt aware most markets are fully priced, and some are very stretched, based on time-tested valuation criteria.
Looking forward, many current investments are not sufficiently resilient to cope with tougher economic conditions and rising interest rates. Interest rates are likely to rise sometime, in the not-too-distant future. Now is the time, if you have not done so already, to sell off stocks, whose businesses are not resilient. It is a time to convert weak stocks to cash, term deposits or to more resilient quality stocks, if you want to remain in the stock markets.
We can also definitely assist you to buy and sell listed investments on the NZX and ASX. There are some sectors in the Australian market offering relative value.
The term deposit interest rates we can secure for clients range from 2.7% to 4.25% depending on the term of the term deposit.
Our advisers would welcome your call to discuss your current listed NZX and ASX holdings or listed new investments. Just call:
Tony Ornelas on 027 2085110 or Jason King on 022 3502815 or Ricky Tseng on 021076 5115
Or send emails to:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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