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February 2019

Picking The Right Growth Investment

Growth investment is the art of determining which companies will have earnings growth at a higher rate than the industry…

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Episode 34: Should you invest in growth stocks?

This week we discuss recent jumps in growth stocks, emerging markets, property investments in Brisbane and developing a savings mindset.

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Money Management – Don’t Budget, Judge It

Defying conventional wisdom about budgeting your way to better money management, self-made Millennial billionaire Grant Sabatier recently told Business Insider…

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Episode 33: Efficiency updates in the airline sector attracting high powered investors

This week the gents discuss recent changes in the airline industry, making operations more cost-effective and more rationally competitive; effective…

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How Has The Banking Commission Report Affected Market Shares?

2019 has already been a big year for financial reports: the Productivity Commission’s report on Superannuation was released on 10…

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Episode 32: What to expect following the final Royal Commission banking report

The Royal Commission Report has singled out NAB for an extra bashing, in comparison to the other big banks. NAB…

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Recent stories

Tips to navigate market volatility

The best thing investors can do when markets are volatile is to stay invested. Of course, that’s often easier said…

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Scams to beware (and be aware) of

There is a saying ‘a fool and his money are often parted’ but with scammers becoming ever more devious and…

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Taking cover in changing times

The pandemic has changed the way so many of us live, with jobs, travel and lifestyle all transformed during COVID.…

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Home buying contracts and offer conditions

It’s not just about agreeing on a price when buying a property. The conditions of the offer are very important.…

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The true value of convenience

Even with the varying degree of lockdowns experienced across Australia in 2020 and 2021, the world remains largely at our…

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