Subscribe to our newsletter

Articles in the ‘Shares’ Category:

Developing a Portfolio Style

Developing a Portfolio Style

Like developing your personal style, developing your investment style takes time and planning. The first place to start is: Setting realistic performance targets. This means setting an expectation of return …
Continue Reading >

Interest rates are not that boring

This week, my reading online has been focused on interest rates. “Why interest rates?” I hear you ask with a yawn. Well, the RBA announced on Tuesday that it was …
Continue Reading >

Style Your Investment like a Chief Investment Stylist

Having a Dad as a stockbroker and a Mum as a self-employed legal consultant, I was exposed to shares, investing, and the importance of being independent from a young age. …
Continue Reading >

The re-allocation question: should we turn our attention away from resources?

There’s been a substantial amount of speculation in the media about the so-called end of the mining boom, prompting investors to consider whether they should be taking profits from their …
Continue Reading >

10 Easy Money Resolutions for 2014

Start yoga, get fit for life, eat extra vegetables, spend more time with family and friends.  It’s never hard to come up with a resolution. There are plenty of things …
Continue Reading >

Tight Oil Boom Is Changing the World

We live in a time of inflated hyperbole. Every problem immediately turns into a “cliff” or some other portend of doom and gloom scenarios for the global economy. However, if …
Continue Reading >

As seen in: