As investors we discover every day "shoeshine boy" indicators. In this article we will talk about the real story of Joe Kennedy, JFK's father during the Wall street crash of 1929 and the decisions he took after a discussion with his shoeshine boy. Through other concrete examples you'll discover how this human "indicator" can be a behavioral sign of a future market crash. 1. JFK's father and the shoeshine boy : The story took place in 1929 : Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy, Sr.
"Which stock should I buy now?" This is the most common question I had to answer to customers during my 15 years of experience as wealth manager. And to be honest, it's impossible for serious professional people to provide a direct answer to that request and for different reasons: 1. We don't have the crystal ball: Investing is not betting, nor playing. If you chose one stock, the most important risk is to lose everything... Seriously are you ready for that? Never forget, por