We have often written about the issues surrounding listening to the market and the noise that comes from many regarding buys and sells. So I was somewhat unsurprised to read a recent article in the Wall Street Journal that provided some insights into the minds of the analysts that make the recommendations on buys and sells.
In today’s Post we I talk about why Superannuation continues to be a good vehicle to plan for your retirement and accumulate assets. Remember, that even though the Government constitutes to tinker with and change it, the tax rate is still the lowest going around.
When the Government announced proposed changes to superannuation last month, the headlines talked about taxing of funds with balances above $2m, however the devil was in the detail as my colleague, Michael van Schaik explains in this clip.
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Its an interesting question and one that got me thinking after I read this article in the Washington Post around U.S. Government attempts to allocate money to programs that are more successful.
With their hair a little whiter, their step not quite so sure Still they march on proudly as they did the year before. Theirs were the hands that saved us, their courage showed the way Their lives they laid down for us, that we…
Hedge funds were all the rage as the world emerged from the Tech wreck in the early 2000′s and as the market strated to move upwards people invested in them in droves (including yours truly).
In his inaugural address as U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. The relevance of this quote became apparent to me today as I read an article from USA today titled Is fear factor hurting returns of risk-averse investors?.
With the news in the lead up to Easter focusing heavily on the problems in Cyprus with their banking system on the verge of a collapse it again provided the press with ample fodder to write about the next crisis that was going to doom us all.
With Easter almost upon us and the focus in my household turning towards the Easter Bunny and chocolate. I found the facts below on the Lindt website…….a very interesting read!