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Mindset

With so many people concerned about their investments and wondering what they should be doing, we've put together some responses to your most frequently asked questions. What should I be doing with my investments? If your risk profile is correct then at this point a rebalance may...

Paid off your mortgage? Woo-hoo! Break out the champagne and celebrate the freedom you must now feel! But once the dizzy excitement has passed, what will you do next? Discharge or not? The first question is should you discharge your mortgage? You might be able to keep...

Australians are ready to spend up big on food, drink, gifts and charity this Christmas season. 1. Australians are set to spend over $7.6 billion on gifts It’s the season for shopping, and Australians are ready to spend up big on food, drink, gifts and charity this festive season with...

We all look forward to creating a financially secure future. But how do you build security for tomorrow without sacrificing your lifestyle today – especially if you have a family to raise or a mortgage to manage? There are many pathways to a prosperous future for...

Investing beyond short-termism Behavioural finance has uncovered a wealth of explanations for why individuals make poor investment decisions. One such theory is Framing: If the same facts were presented with a different approach the decision reached by the investor would likely be different.  We were introduced to...

When you earn enough money to pay for everything you need there’s no reason to save regularly, right? Wrong. There’s far more to becoming wealthy than earning a high income. As suggested in the well-known proverb, ‘The art is not in making money, but in...

Have you ever caught yourself thinking “if only I earned more I would be able to buy that new car, take that dream holiday, or send my kids to a private school.” Well, allow me to let you in on a little secret. Becoming wealthy is...

Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, is now worth $200 billion. If you were to spend a dollar every second from the birth of Jesus Christ, you'll only spend $60 billion. What makes this even more remarkable that in 2019 he had to pay a reported $38...

Being a Confident Investor In recent years, with the global economy going through a relatively chaotic phase, we have seen plenty of screaming headlines like "$40 billion wiped off Australian share market in one day!" and "Markets brace as the crisis in Europe flares up again." These...