Kodari Securities, Investment Firm Reports Gains Regardless of Economic Climate

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Amidst the recessive climate, Kodari Securities Pty Ltd (Kosec), a stock advisory firm located in Sydney, have reported increases in capital gains for their clients. How did they do it?

I was as skeptical as most young investors, but that fear quickly subsided when Kodari Securities crafted me a diversified portfolio that still makes money to this day."

Over the course of the recent recession faith in the stock market has been lost with significantly fewer investments being made.

Through all of this, Kodari Securities Pty Ltd (Kosec), a boutique investment advisory firm located in Sydney has come out saying there are still big returns to be made in lower risk investing and how their clients have seen a steady rise in investment gains.

What kind of percentage? Some clients report up to and over 30% gains within a matter of a year. Eric Azizian, a teen entrepreneur playing the stock market said, “I was as skeptical as most young investors, but that fear quickly subsided when Kodari Securities crafted me a diversified portfolio that still makes money to this day.”

Note: The biggest stocks traded on the ASX, in terms of their market capitalisation, include BHP Billiton, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac, Telstra Corporation, Rio Tinto, National Australia Bank and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.

According to a representative at Kodari Securities, when asked which strategy would be effective in the present day, he is quoted as saying, “Investing in quality companies long term tends to yield the highest returns. Experts in the field tend to agree with this strategy, regarding less risk and diversification over the long term.” This holds true because after all speculative trading was the reason for the collapse of the market, and fundamentally the cause of the 08-09 recessions.

Kodari Securities is a stock advisory and investment firm with a national reach in Australia. Specializing in helping clients build long term portfolios, acquire corporate finance and start playing the stock market
(and winning).

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