I’ve been feeling like a bit of a whiner lately.
I’ve been reading about the coronavirus and the lack of a clear picture.
I’m looking for reassurance, and I’ve got a new battery in my pocket.
I want to get out of the house.
I don’t know if I’ll be able do that.
And the worry is not just about the virus.
I am a long-term investor in Australian technology companies and have been investing in a variety of sectors.
But this is the first time I’ve felt a bit drained.
And I’m wondering whether I will be able keep investing, because I am in this long-lasting investment and the longer I stay in it, the more the risk is going to grow.
That’s the feeling I have, which I think I’ve just described.
I have a few other reasons for thinking this way.
I know the news about coronaviruses and battery maintenance is good, but I also have an idea of the potential costs that can be associated with this, so I am not in a position to make an investment.
The reality is, I can’t be sure whether I’ll keep investing if there is a big pandemic.
So I am also worried that I will lose my current investments, or even my current jobs, because they may be at risk.
I need a little bit of reassurance that I’m not in the end-game.
And there is the possibility that I may just need to stop doing it altogether.
There are also a number of other things that worry me.
For one, I am worried about the quality of the jobs that I am likely to lose in the future.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union, which represents Australian manufacturing workers, said it had received a number that it believed were being laid off, but it had not been able to confirm whether the workers had been laid off.
And it said that if it did, they would be receiving severance payments of up to $1,400 a week.
So it may not be clear to me how much of my future earnings are going to go to the union.
And in any case, I have to work a lot more hours than I have been doing for the last few months to get by, which means I may not get the benefit of the additional pay that I want.
I also have a feeling that I might not be able work all the time, so it is hard to imagine what I can do for my family.
I do feel, however, that I have not been adequately protected against the risks that are associated with my investment.
I haven’t been adequately insulated from the risk that I was not adequately insulated, and that was really the point of this article, to try and be a little more precise.
The risks associated with investing in Australian companies are much greater than the risks associated the virus, but the reality is that I cannot see any clear answer to that question.
So while it is tempting to be optimistic about the future, I think that is just not the right approach to take.
We need to be more optimistic about what is in store.
So, while I am at least somewhat confident that I won’t have to put up with the strain of a pandemic, I do have some concerns.
And those concerns have become more acute.
I think that I should be cautious in the sense that I know that I could lose some of my investments, and therefore the risk of my investment being at risk is even greater.
And this is why I think it is better to be prudent, and not take too much risk.
The main reason is because of the amount of time I have invested.
But I am a longer-term holder, so there is some level of uncertainty in the longer term.
I will be watching to see how the pandemic evolves and how the risks are spread.
But for now, I don’t think it would be wise to put my money into Australian technology.