Why Investing in Shipping Is About Trading and Luck
While there may be some Wall Street analysts, and famous television personalities, looking at the drybulk shipping sector and calling for an imminent rally in shipping rates based on a recent short-term rates rebound, taking a deeper look might make this a riskier play than it seems. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos looks at the drybulk shipping sector and notes that a rate rally is typical at this time of year. He points out that China is still a huge risk to this space, and investing success here requires a healthy dose of luck.
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