Active vs. passive investing
What are the differences between active and passive investing, and does one offer a higher guarantee of success than the other? Keep reading to learn more.
ETFs vs. stocks
Stocks and ETFs can both be a valuable addition to an investor’s portfolio, however it’s important to understand the pros and cons of these two asset types.
Investment strategy: Portfolio construction and diversification
In this second video of our series "Investment Technology Journey for Self-directed Investors", we explain what a diversified portfolio might look like.
Top brokers Aussies use to invest in stocks and ETFs
We take a look at the most popular brokers among Sharesight users in FY21/22, focusing on investments in stocks and ETFs.
Understanding the market: Investment research, advice and analysis
Along with some of our partners, we discuss current market conditions and how technology can assist investors in making more informed and strategic decisions.
What is impact investing?
Impact investing is an increasingly popular trend that allows investors to make a positive social and environmental impact through their investments.
Top countries and brokers Aussies use to invest in global markets
Looking at data from our userbase, we delve into Aussie investors' favourite global markets and stocks, plus the brokers they use for international trades.
How to navigate market volatility with Sharesight and Stockfox
Learn how to navigate volatile markets by connecting Sharesight's portfolio tracker with share market advice app, Stockfox.
How to create a balanced share portfolio
A balanced investment portfolio strikes a balance between risk and return. Keep reading to learn how to balance your portfolio, plus some of the benefits.
Market corrections: Tracking your portfolio when stocks are down
We look at the impact of the 2022 market correction on Australian investors' assets, using data from our partner Otivo, as well as from Sharesight's userbase.
Volatile markets: 3 mistakes investors should avoid
Volatile markets may make investors nervous, but they can also create lucrative opportunities for savvy investors, provided they avoid a few common pitfalls.
Calculating taxable gains on share trading in New Zealand
While no general capital gains tax applies in New Zealand, a tax on gains made may apply to NZ investors who trade in equity or foreign debt investments.