Investing,Personal Finance,Retirement

Four Things to Consider When Investing For Retirement

18 Feb , 2016  

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Learning about investing is always a great idea, and never more so than when you are getting close to retiring.  It feels like there are so many terms that don’t always mean what you think they should.  But beyond that is the actual process of investing and planning.  So what are the main things you […]

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Investing,Personal Finance

What’s Your Investment Style – Enterprising or Defensive?

6 Dec , 2015  

Investment style

The world is full of investment experts, ideas and tips. Every day there’s a new idea or strategy that can make you money. But despite the information overload, there are generally two broad types of investors – the enterprising investor or the defensive investor. Deciding upon whether you are enterprising, defensive or a combination of […]

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Investing,Personal Finance,Tips & Tricks

5 Essential Traits of Highly Successful Investors

22 Nov , 2015  

5 Essential Traits of Successful Investors

Warren Buffett, George Soros and Peter Lynch are all incredibly successful investors. But all of them had humble beginnings. So what exactly makes these investors the cream of the crop? In this article, we look specifically at the 5 essential traits that highly successful investors have in common.   Circle of Competence The first common […]

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Personal Finance,Property

Let’s Bust the Top 5 Myths of Property Investment

17 Nov , 2015  

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Australians love property. Anyone who bought a property in the last 20 years would likely have earned a handsome return. Property investment may be popular, but it is far from easy. In this article, we explore and then bust the top 5 myths of property investment in Australia.   All property will increase in value […]

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Investing,Personal Finance,Property

Bubbling House Prices – Where To From Here

2 Nov , 2015  

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Reports of record-breaking sale prices, high auction clearance rates and Glenn Stevens, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), talking of ‘crazy’ house prices has greatly inflated the housing bubble debate. House prices are one of the most popular economic topics because many people have an opinion — either they are renting and waiting […]

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Investing,Personal Finance,Shares,Tips & Tricks

How to Start an Investment Portfolio For Less Than $5000?

31 Oct , 2015  

Start an investment portfolio for less than $5,000

You have a good job, stable income and you’re saving some money every month. You might be thinking to yourself – how do I start investing? The truth about investing is you don’t need tens of thousands of dollars to start. In fact, you can start buying shares for as little as $500. Moreover, online discount […]

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Investing,Personal Finance,Shares

Finding the Sweet Spot: Robo Advice and Active Management

20 Oct , 2015  

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Access to quality financial advice for the general public has always been a hot topic. In recent years, there seems to be two competing ideologies arising from the investment management space. On the one hand, you have more ‘traditional’ human advisers actively managing investment portfolios. On the other hand, you have a new breed of software […]

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