11
Dec

5 risks of going guarantor on your child's home loan

If you’re going to balance the future of your own home or property on your child’s reliability to pay their mortgage, make sure you’re across the risks.

11
Dec

Would you like to retire by 40?

Many younger Australians are joining the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement. Is it right for you?

11
Dec

Four global investment opportunities amid market uncertainty

In a time of market uncertainty with concerns around rising US interest rates and overvalued equities it can be difficult to find investment opportunities.

11
Dec

Review of 2018, outlook for 2019 - another cycle extension

After the relatively low volatility and solid returns of 2017, the past year has seen almost the complete opposite with high volatility and poor returns. It started strongly in January but started to get messy from February. At a big picture level things were fine ...

28
Nov

Making an impact or ticking a box

The ongoing growth in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing has been driven by investors who share certain common characteristics, but who have different concerns and commitment levels towards ethical investing.

28
Nov

How to get a good credit score

What does your credit score really mean?

28
Nov

Ranking of the world's best:Taking it personally

You may have read about the latest ranking of Australia as one of the best countries for retirees in terms of lifestyle and retirement-income systems. And you may have wondered what such rankings personally mean for you – apart from perhaps making you feel fortunate about where you live.

28
Nov

How women can boost their super balances

Women face big challenges when it comes to saving for super. Often they earn less than men and take breaks from work to care for children and parents, all of which plays a role in reducing super contributions and investment earnings.

28
Nov

Retiree self-protection: A volatility-and-downturn 'bucket'

The latest fall in share prices close to the 10-year anniversary of the global financial crisis (GFC) is likely to prompt more retirees and near-retirees to think about creating a volatility-and-downturn cash bucket.

28
Nov

ESG an enduring legacy of the financial crisis

There was little focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) before the onset of the 2008 global financial crisis.

28
Nov

8 essential Australian experiences you might not know about

In the words of Captain Obvious, Australia provides some amazing experiences.

What the captain fails to mention, though, is that this wealth of remarkable attractions means some truly incredible experiences are often overlooked.

28
Nov

Corrections, gummy bears and grizzly bears in shares

While global and Australian shares had a nice bounce from their late October lows – rallying about 5%, partly reversing their 10% or so top to bottom fall, they have since fallen back to their lows as the worries about US rates, bond yields, trade, tech stocks, etc, have morphed into broader concerns about global growth and profits.

09
Oct

Roasted pumpkin and quinoa salad

As the warm weather approaches, it is time to ditch the comfort food in favour of something light and lovely

05
Oct

Five charts to keep an eye on regarding the global economy

There is lots of talk about when the next major economic downturn will be. This interest seems to have been particularly noticeable over the last week or so given the ten-year anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers which helped usher in the worst phase of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), which naturally prompted the question of when the next one will be.

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