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Investing Made Easy: Everything You Need to Know

Investing Made Easy: Everything You Need to Know

Discover all of your investment options and learn everything you need to know about how to start investing in shares with the complete beginners guide today

How Does Superannuation Work?

How Does Superannuation Work?

What would you say if I asked how does superannuation work? An important part of our lives, many of us have little to no undestanding of super.

Passive Income Ideas: 15 Ways to Make Money Online

Passive Income Ideas: 15 Ways to Make Money Online

Everybody wants to make money while they sleep but what are the best passive income ideas and what and what do you need to get started?

Timing The Stock Market: When Is The Best Time To Invest?

Timing The Stock Market: When Is The Best Time To Invest?

Nobody knows when markets will rise or fall but historical data can show us when it is the best time to invest and how to generate above average returns.

Market Correction: When Stock Prices Are Wrong

Market Correction: When Stock Prices Are Wrong

A market correction will generally occur a little less frequently than once a year and create amazing opportunities to increase your wealth.

The Rule of 72: How Quickly Can You Double Your Investment?

The Rule of 72: How Quickly Can You Double Your Investment?

Have you ever wondered how long it will take to double your money? The Rule of 72 provides a simple method of performing this calculation.

Sinking Fund: Keep Your Budget Afloat During Christmas

Sinking Fund: Keep Your Budget Afloat During Christmas

A sinking fund is an important part of any budget. Used to save for known future expenses, it's a great way to avoid a large surpirse at Christmas time.

Bear Market: Investing During The Darkest Times

Bear Market: Investing During The Darkest Times

Bear markets are an unfortunatle part of life. When they arise knowing when and what to invest in are critical to your long-term performance.

Bull vs Bear Market: Investing in Good and Bad Times

Bull vs Bear Market: Investing in Good and Bad Times

When a market has fallen 20% from its high, we have entered a bear market. You may be surprised to learn that bear markets are not uncommon.

Emergency Fund: Why You Need Fuck You Money

Emergency Fund: Why You Need Fuck You Money

It’s critically important that for your emergency fund to work you need to understand what an emergency is. Payday is a week away, and the new FIFA just dropped is not a reason to dip into the emergency fund, neither is an overdue trip to the nail salon.

Endowment Effect – Things Aren’t Worth What You Think They Are

Endowment Effect – Things Aren’t Worth What You Think They Are

The endowment effect is an emotional bias that causes people to value something they own higher than they otherwise would.

Sunk Cost Fallacy: Stop Worrying About Spent Money

Sunk Cost Fallacy: Stop Worrying About Spent Money

The sunk cost fallacy is a behavioural flaw that causes people to make decisions based on past spending that is not relevant to the current decision.

Limit Down: When Stocks Need a Circuit Breaker

Limit Down: When Stocks Need a Circuit Breaker

Limit downs are the maximum allowable drop in an asset or market for one day. Stocks can also a trigger limit up if they rise too quickly; however, a market can only trigger a limit down.

Compound Interest: How To Get Rich Slowly

Compound Interest: How To Get Rich Slowly

Compound interest refers to interest on your initial investment as well as interest on your interest. Einstein calls it the 8th wonder of the world, and it will play a critical role on the road to achieving your financial dreams.

The Time Value of money: What Is A Dollar Worth Today?

The Time Value of money: What Is A Dollar Worth Today?

The concept of the time value of money comes from the notion that a rational investor would rather have a dollar now than in the future. Any dollar collected now could be invested, and the value would be that dollar plus any amount that could be added to it by investing until the future period

Real Estate Investing: Growing Your Wealth With Property

Real Estate Investing: Growing Your Wealth With Property

Real estate investing has been the dream of many Australians, but what returns can you expect and is it the best use of your money?

Index Fund Investing: Buy The Market, Not A Stock

Index Fund Investing: Buy The Market, Not A Stock

How to purchase an index fund will differ based on the type of fund that you would like to buy into. An exchange-traded fund will require a brokerage account, whereas a mutual or index fund investment will need an account with the provider.

Things You Need To Know About Stock Market Investing

Things You Need To Know About Stock Market Investing

you might be wondering why you would want to own a share of a company. The most straightforward reason is that over the long run, stocks have provided the highest returns. This is both a positive and a negative as with high returns comes high risk,

Methods to Tackle Your Debt Head-On

Methods to Tackle Your Debt Head-On

this is the method that will get you out of debt the fastest and cost you the least amount of money. If you have multiple debts that you can’t consolidate, and you should be paying down the amount with the highest interest rate.

Inflation: Why The Cost Of Living Increases

Inflation: Why The Cost Of Living Increases

Inflation measures the change in the cost of living each year. It is generally measured consumer price index (CPI) however there are other methods.

HECS Debt: Understanding The Cost of Education

HECS Debt: Understanding The Cost of Education

Almost all Australians have a HECS debt but very few take the time to look at what they owe or how much they need to be paying back.

Investing In A Vanguard Fund

Investing In A Vanguard Fund

Whether you’ve been in the business for 20 years or you’re a first-time investor you’ve likely heard of the Vanguard Group but who are Vanguard? What is a Vanguard fund and why are they so popular? Founded in 1975 by legendary investor Jack Bogle, the Vanguard Group is an American registered investment advisor who at the time of writing this manage in excess of $5.3 trillion, that’s trillion with a ‘T’, in assets.

Credit Score: How Trustworthy Are You?

Credit Score: How Trustworthy Are You?

What is a credit score? Banks use it to determine if you are eligible for a credit card or loan as well as what rate they will offer and a landlord may use it to determine if you should be allowed to rent their house.