Tag Archives: Financial Portfolio
Posted on 01. Jan, 2022 by admin.
In terms of gender equality, we’ve come a long way over the past few decades. Australian homes and workplaces are very different places than they were in previous generations. But there’s still a long way to go. When it comes to superannuation there isn’t a level playing field for Australian men and women. Before we […]
Posted on 01. Feb, 2021 by admin.
Direct debits can be extremely convenient and even save you money. But they can become costly – and may even send you into debt – when you lose track of your automated payments. Conduct regular reviews to keep on top of your direct debits. Here’s how. Type ‘direct debit’ into your internet search engine and […]
Posted on 07. May, 2013 by admin.
It is estimated to cost more than $1 million to raise the average Australian family of 2.7 children up to age 24. 1 So the more financially prepared you are for the patter of tiny feet, the more you will be able to cope as they grow into their size 11 boots. Preparation needs to start even before you are […]
Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by admin.
According to expert portfolio managers, two of the best times to buy equities during this investment lifetime were after the economic recoveries of 1974 and 1990. The lead-up periods to each of these recoveries were also the closest in terms of economic meltdown to what we have recently been through, and are facing now. In 1974 and 1990, after the first spurt of economic growth, growth decelerated again (as it has in this past quarter) before the economy took off again.
Posted on 14. Mar, 2011 by admin.
While it’s not nice to think about, trauma insurance can be viewed as “recovery insurance” – taking the pressure off while you focus on recovering from an illness or accident rather than worrying about your finances. It should be considered an essential part of any robust wealth protection plan, as the case studies below illustrate.
Posted on 13. Dec, 2010 by admin.
It’s an unfortunate fact that a typical woman is estimated to save 35% less for her retirement than the average man. This can be because women are more likely to take career breaks or work part-time when they start a family or care for a loved one.
Posted on 06. Sep, 2010 by admin.
US and European first quarter earnings were positive as inventories were built back up from historical lows, which also contributed to an expected spike in above average GDP amongst many developed markets. Risk aversion entered quickly in mid-April with concerns around the sovereign debt risks in Europe, particularly for the PIGS (Portugal, Italy/Ireland, Greece and Spain).
Posted on 30. Nov, 2009 by admin.
One of the most effective means of reducing the different types of risk is to diversify your portfolio. You can reduce the volatility by ensuring that it is not totally exposed to any one type of investment or investment approach. […]