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May 2017

Don’t Invest in Hotspots!

New property investors are often wanting to find out where the hotspots are.  The problem with hotspots is that they…

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Must know changes to Superannuation

On 9 May 2017, Treasurer Scott Morrison released the 2017-18 Federal Budget. Due to the changes taking effect 1 July…

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What happened to the Aussie Backyard?

Australian house blocks are shrinking. A decade ago the average Australian block size was around 700sqm. Today freestanding homes are…

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Chinese tech company up 35% in 2017. More returns to come!

After reporting quarterly earnings last Friday, shares in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NASD: BABA) are up 35% since January, and…

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How to Spot Market Tops: Interest Rate Spreads

Over the past several days, we discussed 4 ways to identify market tops: macroeconomic indicators, interest rate raising cycles, valuation metrics…

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How to Spot Market Tops: Market Sentiment

In previous articles, we discussed ways to spot stock market tops. We already covered macroeconomic indicators, interest rate cycles and…

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Recent stories

Handle your after-auction matters like a pro

There’s a bit to sort out once your auction has wrapped up. We’re here to guide you through the key…

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Get the foundations right if you want positive cash flow for your business

Cash flow is critical to keep any business profitable, enable growth, and stop it from going under. Sometimes, however, it…

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Weekly Market Updates | January 17, 2022

Watch UGC’s weekly market update videos to find out the week’s most important financial and investment news.

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Rising life expectancies and retirement

Written by Tony Kaye, Senior Personal Finance Writer The Australian Bureau of Statistics had some good news to share earlier…

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Weekly Market Updates | January 11, 2022

Watch UGC’s weekly market update videos to find out the week’s most important financial and investment news.

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