By Euro Weekly News Media • 27 August 2015 • 11:35
MARKETS everywhere seem to be crashing, with news reports of the China crisis showing stressed traders and red numbers left, right and centre meaning prospective investors could hardly be blamed for having second thoughts.
Yet legendary US investor Warren Buffet counsels greed when others are fearful and fear when others are greedy and at AES International, advisors are keeping a beady eye on the situation, which they say could be a great opportunity for long-term investors.
Today, like every day, markets are driven by a balance between fear and greed and at the moment, fear is winning the battle. It takes courage, but when everyone else is losing their head is a terrific time to step forward and do the opposite to the rest of the herd.
So AES is buying into markets on the current weakness. It isn’t easy, and it is possible the markets will continue to be very volatile and today’s investments could well fall further. Yet long-term perspectives are what they are looking at.
No matter how many reports come out reporting commodities are crashing, they say, it may not actually matter in the long-run. In fact, for long-term investors it could well be a heaven-sent chance to buy into quality investments which are now much cheaper than they were a few months or even weeks ago.
The outlook for the global economy and so-called developed markets in the US, UK and Europe is good.
Although there is no telling what the near future may hold, for those saving for the future, AES believes it’s time for smart investors to take advantage of cheaper levels to add to positions in UK, European and US equities and has both active and passive format opportunities on their White List.
AES’s service, and all that they do, is designed for people who want to safeguard their financial future. Opportunities like today’s, they say, don’t come along very often so those interested should contact them as soon as possible by calling 951 242 684 or visiting www.AESandalusia.es to find out more.
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