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The Death of the Age of Knowledge

The Death of the Age of Knowledge

I used to know stuff. I achieved this by learning and studying a given subject. Learning and building knowledge is very important. Well, at least it used to be important.

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Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

Warren Buffett is the world’s most famous stock picker. He’s made a multi-billion-dollar fortune by analysing and investing in stocks and specific companies

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These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

The stock market is a fickle beast. I wanted to highlight the importance of putting together an investment portfolio that allows you to sleep well at night.

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Is Your Superannuation Money Working For You?

Is Your Superannuation Money Working For You?

One thing I do know about the superannuation industry is that, more often than not, super funds are lumped into the top 100 stocks listed on the ASX.

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02 September 2014 by Sam Volkering

The Death of the Age of Knowledge

I used to know stuff. I achieved this by learning and studying a given subject. Learning and building knowledge is very important. Well, at least it used to be important.

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02 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

Warren Buffett is the world’s most famous stock picker. He’s made a multi-billion-dollar fortune by analysing and investing in stocks and specific companies

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01 September 2014 by Bernd Struben

These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

The stock market is a fickle beast. I wanted to highlight the importance of putting together an investment portfolio that allows you to sleep well at night.

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01 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

How to Compound Your Stocks for a Retirement Fortune

Some stocks are moving up. Yet, the press will fool you into thinking that stocks are either doing nothing, because there is no volatility, or that stocks are too volatile and dangerous!

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30 August 2014 by Shae Smith

Is Your Superannuation Money Working For You?

One thing I do know about the superannuation industry is that, more often than not, super funds are lumped into the top 100 stocks listed on the ASX.

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29 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

How to Profit from a ‘Bad Idea’ in the Stock Market

As an investor you shouldn’t automatically exclude a stock from consideration just because you think it’s a bad idea. Sometimes even bad ideas have merit.

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29 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

Albert Park Investors Guild: Reader Questions Answered

You’ll know we’ve been profiling our new project, the Albert Park Investors Guild. Today we’d like to answer some of the questions sent in by our readers.

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29 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Dow Jones — Are You Ready for the Fake Correction That’s Coming Next Week?

Once the stock market corrects, it’s going to climb to new highs in 2015/16. I’m looking at the Dow Jones hitting 21,000 points before the middle of 2015…

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28 August 2014 by Meagan Evans

Australians Pay Double in Superannuation Fees

That’s right. Australians pay TWICE as much in superannuation fees as other countries. In the long run, fees have a massive impact on yourretirement income

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28 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Make Sure You’re in Stocks as Another Record Falls…

Stocks everywhere are rising. So where is the single best place for an investor to put their money today? In small-cap stocks

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27 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Why You Should Look At the Stock Market Big Picture

Everyone is always looking out for the next stock market crash. But what if investors overestimate the impact of a crash?

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27 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

Investing: It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

Together, our board members produce dozens of insightful investment reports each week. And part of my role is to sort through this wealth of information.

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26 August 2014 by Meagan Evans

Australian Stock Investors are Missing Out

While Australian investors continue to hold most of their share investments in local stocks, they are beginning to recognise the opportunities abroad.

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26 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

How Cyber Warfare is a Threat to Financial Markets

Most tech heads seem to think that it’s only a matter of time before a big financial event happens. Just look at the widespread nature of connected technology.

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25 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

Invest Well…Rest Well

Fluctuating currency rates are another reason to invest overseas. No one knows what the Aussie dollar will be trading at next year.

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25 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

The Three Steps to Avoiding Hyperinflation

Something that many hyperinflationists still don’t realise. Hyperinflation is only a danger if an economy operates a dual currency system.

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23 August 2014 by Shae Smith

RBA Begs You to Take On More Debt…Just Don’t Buy a House

We’ve driven dividend paying stocks higher. Rather than use debt productively, people have taken the low interest rate debt and stuck it into houses.

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22 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Version 2.0: Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

Gold will be trading at a ‘fire sale’ price and the mainstream media will no doubt go crazy. Especially when the stock market is hitting new all-time highs.

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Diggers and Drillers

After three years in the doldrums…

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The last time resource stocks traded this low we saw a two and a half year rally that saw them gain 124%...
 
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