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  • That is really jam packed, full of information, that it's super super beneficial for anyone, particularly if you're relatively new or doing some research into the air, sex or a particular company on the air sex.

  • Now that resource is market index dot com daughter you and pretty much what today is going to be.

  • It's gonna be a little bit of a different video, less of me talking, just thio you guys through the camera.

  • I'm actually going to switch over to the computer for this video, and I really just wanted to talk to you guys on a run through some of the resources that are on market index dot com data you because really, if you are an investor in Australia, if you follow the air sex, you really need tohave this Web site bookmarked. 00:00:57.720 --> 00:01:2.670 Now I should go on go on the record here that this is definitely not a paid promotion video. 00:01:2.790 --> 00:01:10.530 I'm not being sponsored or anything to say to say any of this stuff to you guys today by Market index or anyone else, for that matter.

  • I really just wanted Thio convey to you guys because a lot of you guys asked me, You know, where you go to look for stocks?

  • How how do you know all of this stuff about the air sex?

  • Where do you go to Final, this daughter?

  • So this is a site that I go to a lot to find some of my daughter, and it's more general about, you know, the air sex and all that sort of stuff.

  • So, guys, I hope you enjoy this video.

  • Let's get straight into this one.

  • No intra needed for today.

  • We're going to jump straight into computer mode and let's start running through all the different stuff that you can find on market index dot com w So straight off the bat, this is the Market index home page.

  • You can see you see it like, what's the status of the air sex?

  • That sex is currently open?

  • You see what the air 6 200 is doing what the all ordinaries doing and he is just a really simple graphing to see. 00:01:59.670 --> 00:02:9.650 You know, what are the small companies in Australia during one of the really large Australian companies doing have looked three months, six months, one year, five years, 10 years and all that sort of stuff.

  • You know, you could just have a look.

  • It's it's really just a fun tool to play around with.

  • You can have a look at global markets here.

  • The Dow Jones, the NASDAQ, the S and P 500.

  • If you wanna look at American stuff, we really can look at everything you can look.

  • ATT, commodities, gold, oil, silver, copper.

  • They've got their one year returns.

  • They've got their changes in their last price.

  • There's just so much you can do with it.

  • So and this is just the front page.

  • It's a really good summary page deacon.

  • See today's gainers and losers straight up.

  • Who's who's losing a lot in the air sex, who's gaining a lot Nice sex on, and then it gives a little volatility writing and all that sort of stuff.

  • So that's just the home page, though it's it's really you can have a look at the air six indices, so you can look at their 6 20 the 20 largest companies. 00:02:56.340 --> 00:03:9.300 You can look at the air sex 106 200 which is very common one or their 6 300 which is basically the all ordinaries civil air 6 200 so you can see where it opened today. 00:03:9.310 --> 00:03:11.450 Daily High Deli Light suddenly just started trading.

  • Today it's 10.

  • Bet Thio 20 past 10.

  • We can have a look.

  • That 52 week range and what is currently sitting.

  • You can have a look at that.

  • One year returns that something in 4.33% this year, which is pretty terrible.

  • I've role, certainly not the average for the air sex over the last hell of many years s.

  • Oh, yeah, you can just scroll down.

  • You can have a look that air 6 200 Look at all these different companies.

  • You can have a look at all the companies here, and this is a really easy way to just find the one.

  • So let's have a look.

  • 80 Mill company they recommended as a strong buy.

  • It's one that I'm invested in at the moment gives you the price that daily change change percentage, highs, lows.

  • You know how much of it's being traded, the market cap at the time and the one year.

  • So look at that for one year for 80 milk. 00:03:59.590 --> 00:04:0.650 That is ridiculous. 00:04:1.040 --> 00:04:5.060 238% return on investment is not too bad. 00:04:5.220 --> 00:04:11.100 I haven't quite got 238% but but, yeah, that's definitely my strongest performing investment by five.

  • But obviously you consider this in alphabetical order, so you just go through and pick whatever one you want.

  • Dividends, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

  • There's just so much stuff, and the good thing about market indexes.

  • It's really not very hard to understand.

  • And they acknowledge when their pages do you get a little bit hard to understand.

  • So they dio.

  • They do provide a lot of frequently asked questions on each page just to try and break it down and make sure that anyone can understand what's going on.

  • You can have a look at resources sector breakdowns.

  • That's pretty cool.

  • So it's just the air 6 200 page.

  • I mean, we could go a 6 300 a 6 100 whatever you want.

  • but another.

  • Another reason that I really like Market Index is because if you have a look in here, does commodities as well, so you can have a look at iron or and now commodities trading.

  • While it seems kind of easy, you know, it's just really the companies that are you go Ionel Cos their share prices mainly going to change just due to what the price of iron is doing.

  • So it's basically how much can they sell their product for?

  • You can see here Fortescue Metals.

  • If they've only gone up 0.9 point at 0.98 of a percent this year, BHP has gone up 15% this year or not this year.

  • The last 12 months.

  • S oh, there, there the final comedies.

  • But it even tells you here it's just like, Oh, let's have a look.

  • Let's try and break down iron or hear a little bit more So this is how much it's trading at.

  • Currently, this is kind of the chart for the past year and what it's been doing.

  • You see, it's gone up, and that was kind of the rise of bitch Pay the rise of Fortescue Metals.

  • Let's drop back down again.

  • Come up again, Drop back down again on Ben here about the price.

  • You know, I annoyed mind around 50 countries. 00:05:56.240 --> 00:06:3.480 It gives you a bit of a bit of information about what's actually happening on a global economic growth's primary factor that drives supply and demand. 00:06:3.480 --> 00:06:8.650 When a company when economies are growing, the need for stealing construction increases drives the price up. 00:06:9.140 --> 00:06:18.710 Growth in China, the world's largest consumer of medals, affected the price vinyl so much recently, so you can see that they're really while they're giving you the raw data.

  • They're also interested in trying to educate people as they come through here so you can have a look.

  • Att f ake use.

  • So why is the price of iron or so hard to find so I annoy isn't trying to Like other commodities, benchmark indices click data every day from industry sources and calculate a spot price according to their methodology, as transactions between buyers and sellers can be conducted in closed door negotiations, using different currencies and all grades, transparency and accuracy can be an issue.

  • Hefty fees also child for access to the end of day.

  • Donna.

  • So you can see.

  • That's why it's so much harder.

  • Let's have a look at gold was gold.

  • Here it is.

  • People love Goldwater.

  • People love gold so much out of it. 00:06:58.910 --> 00:07:6.620 Um so gold trades 24 hours a day on markets throughout the world using the code x a u London, blah, blah, blah, blah. 00:07:6.650 --> 00:07:7.630 What drives the prosecutor? 00:07:7.630 --> 00:07:8.330 Let's have a look at that. 00:07:8.420 --> 00:07:10.210 So central banks, U.

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  • Dollar value economic uncertainty worldwide.

  • Jury do Martin.

  • So you can see these These the overall drives of gold.

  • You have booked the performance one week, one month, three months, six months.

  • So you can see that this this is a really good results, not encourage you guys to use it.

  • It's a very, very good resource to do just some research, but also to educate yourself on.

  • You know what?

  • What causes different things to happen with the markets, with resources, commodities, different companies, that sort of thing.

  • So that's that's the commodities.

  • So you can really go through and have a look at all the different commodities.

  • Here's some popular pages.

  • So this is a very interesting one directors transaction. 00:07:49.080 --> 00:08:1.430 So you can actually go These what market Index does is it tallies what the director's off companies are doing because obviously directors have kind of, well, you know, CEOs and whatnot. 00:08:1.430 --> 00:08:2.740 They have the inside information. 00:08:2.740 --> 00:08:7.870 They know the information before any of us poor peasants know anything so you can have a look. 00:08:7.880 --> 00:08:16.110 Well, the director, Adam Blumenthal, it has decided to buy 250,000 shares at this price.

  • It gives that that this value and he's decided to buy that in his company, which is pursuit minerals.

  • So and you can go and have a look at you know who's buying?

  • Let's say if someone's selling a one of the one of the directors, Ronald Curry is selling a lot of shares $308,000 worth of shares in Northwest Energy.

  • So having a look at this can kind of give a little bit.

  • Sometimes that can give inside information.

  • So perhaps one of these directors, maybe they're just leaving the company or whatever, and they're just selling the shares.

  • But maybe they're actively involved in the company, and they know that the share price is most likely going to go down.

  • Well, they're gonna sell their shares before the share price does go down so they can get a better price for it. 00:08:57.590 --> 00:09:1.420 Where is most of these people are buying shares, so they're believing in their company. 00:09:1.420 --> 00:09:5.950 They think their share price is gonna go up so they want to buy shares before the share price goes up. 00:09:6.640 --> 00:09:7.840 So you can see that here. 00:09:8.010 --> 00:09:11.060 There's a whole long list and he go tell strangers.

  • Telstra.

  • So John Mullen has decided to buy 75,000 Telstra shares.

  • That gives the value of $270,000.

  • So you can really have a look.

  • Um, you can have a look for then if there's nothing on your company that you're looking for.

  • So we wanted to have a look at Vita Group Friday.

  • Groups had a really bad year.

  • That's something that I'm currently invested in.

  • God damn it.

  • So you can have a look at Vita Group.

  • Where is it?

  • Scroll down and give their stats to give the dividend history announcements and he had directed transactions.

  • So the date What's the day today?

  • The second of October 2017.

  • So on the 12th of September, Maxine Horn, that's the CEO.

  • It decided to buy 455,787 shares. 00:09:57.100 --> 00:10:5.970 Invite a group at that price, which is, I think about the process at the moment, and that's almost that's 3/4 of a $1,000,000 in value that she's dropped. 00:10:5.970 --> 00:10:6.580 Invite a group. 00:10:6.580 --> 00:10:14.070 So she is either either just trying to con Issel into believing that Vita groups on the comeback.

  • Or she genuinely believes that Vita Group share price will go up.

  • So she wants to buy more shares so that in her own company, this in our own company, so that when they go up, she can then sell them or or whatever it is worth more.

  • You can see the broken consensus.

  • So if you want to look at your individual company, type it into this search.

  • But but we can have a look.

  • So that was directors transactions.

  • The page.

  • Just before we're looking at, we can have a look at the sectors on this kind of this spiel.

  • Just talks about how the air sex has broken up, so it's broken up into 11 sectors.

  • 24 industry groups, 68 industries 157 sub industries so say just broadly So the sectors Let's have look Australia's 11 g I.

  • C s sectors.

  • So here they are just takes the structural links. 00:10:58.380 --> 00:11:5.980 So let's say Look, I think that Australia's aging population is going to come into effect over the next little while, which I happen to actually believe in. 00:11:6.200 --> 00:11:8.520 So I think that health care stocks are going to do well. 00:11:8.890 --> 00:11:11.350 So now back to this page, we can go down.

  • That's not right.

  • We can go and find the health health care sector.

  • We can see broadly.

  • How's the health care sector tracked over the last the last 12 months?

  • S?

  • Oh, it's It's done pretty well.

  • It's up 4.47% which isn't bad in line with what?

  • The air sex 200 is up.

  • So it's, you know, it's done all right.

  • It was doing better back here.

  • It around June has dropped off a little bit so you can have a look at that dividend yield.

  • The approximate dividend yield of that whole sectors 1.86 Whereas you look up here financials, the dividend yields Maur 5.55 So if you're looking at just getting your wealth going, compound interest, that sort of thing.

  • Maybe you're looking more of the financials as opposed to healthcare healthcare.

  • You might be looking a bit more for growth because you think that there's gonna be a lot more customers for health care in the next 10 20 years or something like that. 00:11:59.630 --> 00:12:1.680 So you can go through and can have a look at all these ones. 00:12:1.680 --> 00:12:2.420 Industrials. 00:12:2.420 --> 00:12:4.330 That's something that people like to look at as well. 00:12:4.330 --> 00:12:5.740 7.2%. 00:12:5.740 --> 00:12:6.650 So that's had a good one. 00:12:6.650 --> 00:12:15.290 You return what's had a really good materials that's had a really good are telecommunication service is that is disgusting, that is, that is atrocious.

  • So that's Telstra.

  • That's vocus.

  • That's Vita Group.

  • What else?

  • You know, all those other TPG That's all those telecommunications companies air in.

  • There s Oh yeah, what a garbage You 10 10.23 Utilities, utilities And they give a decent dividend return 4.62 Telecommunication service is because their share prices are down.

  • So much about dividend yield 7.72%.

  • So that's the so that's the one is that the Essex sectors.

  • You can have a look at air sex, E t s exchange traded funds they'll give you a bit of a spiel.

  • How the 80 s work.

  • Even if you don't know, you can have a look.

  • You look at the advantages of E.

  • T s.

  • You can look at the global E.

  • T s. 00:12:59.470 --> 00:13:1.950 What's going on there in the sector 80 efs. 00:13:2.430 --> 00:13:2.800 Really? 00:13:2.800 --> 00:13:3.450 It's broken down. 00:13:3.450 --> 00:13:5.180 How if you want, so you can go and have a look. 00:13:5.190 --> 00:13:10.220 Yeah, I'd like to buy an A T f, which is to do with the emerging markets.

  • Have the management fees of the details have what it's called there.

  • There are lots of different 80 s you can have a look at.

  • One of my previous videos have done on 80 ifs.

  • Isolated the one quite recently.

  • If you want no more eso there heaps and heaps and heaps of information about 80 EFS.

  • Let's go back to the top.

  • Go back to the top a six short sell data.

  • Another thing that people like to have a look at, because if there's a lot of short sellers holding shares in a particular company, they can actually collectively they can help each other to drive the share price down so you can see that 20% of the of the shares held in S Y are held in a short position.

  • So they're trying to push.

  • Pushed the share price down.

  • You can see are a cobra s so many dominoes. 00:13:59.480 --> 00:14:1.590 Look, 14% of dominoes, investors. 00:14:1.590 --> 00:14:6.690 Gosh, they're not back and not back in the pizza retail food group. 00:14:6.800 --> 00:14:8.370 Dammit, That's one I'm invested. 00:14:8.650 --> 00:14:10.600 Andi can have a look J b Hi fi.

  • So many short sellers Because people believe that Amazon is going to come to Australian absolutely wiped out J b High Flyers profits.

  • So that's the same with Meyer.

  • People think that as well.

  • Having Norman same thing s so that's that you can go and have a look at you can go and have a look at this short sound dire.

  • It'll tell you what is short selling.

  • It'll explain how it works if you don't understand advantages, disadvantages how to go short.

  • It'll actually tell you how you can do it.

  • But now I don't do it.

  • It's a recipe for disaster.

  • Trust me, unless you really, really know what you doing.

  • So next time you go look at six announcements, we won't look at that one.

  • Where you can look at the Australian dollar, how that's performing.

  • So another really good page.

  • Just thio explain.

  • How is there a U D the Australian dollar exchange rate set? 00:15:0.080 --> 00:15:1.470 You can have a look at all these different things. 00:15:1.470 --> 00:15:9.180 If you're not quite understanding anything to do with the with the Australian dollar, you can look at historical data to see if the highs low. 00:15:9.930 --> 00:15:11.580 It's not doing too bad at the moment.

  • Then you can go and look at the Reserve Bank of Australia of the interest rates.

  • They can understand when people talk about or what it interest rates doing.

  • You talk about the Reserve Bank of Australia and see the current interest rate Australia's current interest rate, 1.5%.

  • That's the interest rate that the Reserve Bank charges.

  • And then the banks will charge on top of that, and you can go through and look at the background like when interest, right, sit.

  • What?

  • What is the background?

  • S o the R B.

  • A cash rate target is what people commonly referred to as the current interest rate.

  • The cash rate is usually the interest rate charged on overnight loans between banks, so you can go through and understand all about what the Reserve Bank of Australia's role is within Australia.

  • And lookit, it explains to you via the cash right.

  • The Reserve Bank of Australia has the ability to stimulate or slow the economy decrease interest rates, equals increasing growth, they can manipulate the Australian dollar, decreased interest rates means decreased decline in the Australian dollar and they can control inflation, so decreased interest rates will equal and increase to inflation.

  • Says hates and hates.

  • You can look at popular pages.

  • You can have a look upcoming dividends and Dow Jones.

  • If you wanna look at some more American stuff, then they do a little air sex analysis.

  • You can go through here and you can have a look at the dividend yield scan.

  • So I did a video on one of these a couple of months ago.

  • Now being go on, have a look at what stocks are offering the highest dividend yield, and they've got a couple of couple of criteria like the market cap has to be over one billion dividend plus 5% at least on Dave got Thio have a bit of a broken consensus on it and all that sort of stuff so you can see here like these guys have.

  • Ah, crazy good.

  • 8.7% dividend yield. 00:16:57.670 --> 00:17:0.010 The consensus Hold you here. 00:17:0.340 --> 00:17:5.450 There's a strong cell writing, but the dividend 6.5% wonder if Telstra's in here anymore. 00:17:7.780 --> 00:17:12.170 I hear it is that c A C that the consensus hold.

  • Then you consider the current dividend yield is there s Oh, there's another one that you could have looked that consists starter and they actually give out their own stock tips.

  • So if you don't want to watch the Ozzy wealth creation stock tips, then you can come and have a look at the market index stock tips instead, and they'll go through and now recommend three different shares.

  • And why there why?

  • They think that they're good value at the moment.

  • So So, yeah, that's that's pretty much just a very brief rundown of what you can get out of market index dot com dot at you guys.

  • So, guys, I hope that really helped you out today and really opened your eyes to what a fantastic resource market index dot com daily You can bait, So I hope it's definitely inspired you guys to go out and put a bookmark on that page because it's got so, so much useful information. 00:17:59.690 --> 00:18:6.260 And it's a really good starting place to start to research about the Essex and some different companies out there. 00:18:6.410 --> 00:18:10.570 It gives you a lot of very, very, very useful information, and I end up going there.

  • I probably go there multiple times but week just to track what things that what's going on with the air, sex and different