5 TRADING MISTAKES YOU SHOULD AVOID

Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

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Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

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Is the economy stumbling, or is this business as usual?

The US economy has failed to improve over recent months, and at the same time the Australian economy is slowing due to weakness in Asia. This begs the question of whether or not a Recession is just around the corner? Investors certainly are starting to panic. US Federal Reserve chairwomen Janet Yellen released the Federal […]

A sneak peak from the other side….What will your home loan cost you next year?

Every day, I enjoy this guy’s commentary and views. He is to the point with his communication and will share with you this – it is relevant to all of you, especially if you have a house, unit, mortgage or you have a dollar to your name. As you may know, we were pleased to […]

Australian Economic Outlook 2014

Our most anticipated outrageous predictions; the Australian Economic Outlook 2014. There is no question that 2013 has been a year of contrasts, changes and a great platform from which to build into 2014. As such, our forecast for 2014 is far more optimistic than at this point last year. Generally speaking there is a higher […]

Dividend Picks for 2014

ASX Dividends: Who’s our next target? ASX Dividend stocks have been the best friend of many investors over the last two years, providing substantial returns on share price movements, but also providing cash flow that comfortably exceeds the current RBA cash rate of 2.5%. From the beginning of 2013 through to the end of October, […]

Where next for the Australian Dollar?

The past couple of weeks have seen some interesting moves in the Australian/US currency pair (AUD/USD) – first the sell off, then the bounce – what does all of this really mean for you? Australian Dollar – The key factors Interest rates in Australia have been cut pretty harshly by the RBA over the past […]

Rule Britannia, it’s all on the crest of a wave – but why?

Greetings from the UK!  This week I have been in the UK for some family matters and it has been quite interesting to observe how much the wheel has turned here.  Three visits in 6 months or so and things in the motherland have changed considerably. Without stirring the pot, a sunny English Summer, buoyed […]

All eyes on the Australian Dollar

The weakening in the Australian dollar seen over the past few weeks has no doubt come as a welcome respite for what remains of the Australian manufacturing sector, establishing what is likely to be a sustained new trading range, for the time being. Australian Dollar and Interest Rates While the Reserve Bank of Australia, yesterday, […]

10 years of investment performance

10 years of investment performance – Do you stay between the flags and catch the wave, or get dumped – your “Call” One article that caught my eye this week, being both a stock market and property investor was the relative investment performance of the major asset classes over the past decade.  And fair go […]

1045 Pips of Profit – so when the RBA meets to discuss interest rates

1045 Pips of profit – so when the RBA meets to discuss interest rates…Most people – those with a mortgage – swiftly calculate that this means a few dollars saved off their monthly repayments.  This always reminds me of the expression that a saving is as good as a profit! However, saving a few bucks […]

Taking a Punt on the Melbourne Cup or the RBA?

So you like to take a punt? On the first Tuesday of November every year, the Melbourne Cup is the event that “stops the nation”. Office workers, tradies, business owners, school kids, and sometimes even stock brokers, all drop what they’re doing, tune into the radio or switch on the TV and watch a 3,200 […]