Experts weigh in on market volatility for 2022
We speak to seven experts in the Australian investing market to find out the key trends investors need to look out for in 2022.
How to evaluate a stock
Investing in share markets may be easier than ever, but evaluating which shares to buy still takes some skill. Keep reading to learn how to evaluate a stock.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of family trusts?
A family trust is a discretionary trust that is used in Australia to hold the wealth and assets of a family. Learn more in this article from LegalVision.
What is the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)?
The CAGR is one of several metrics investors can use to measure and compare the past performance of investments or project expected future returns.
Mutual Funds vs. ETFs in Canada
In this blog we’ll explore how mutual funds and ETFs differ, and what you need to look out for if you’re a Canadian looking to invest.
4 ways to reduce your investment risk
If the thought of potentially losing the money you invest scares you (you’re not alone), don't reject investing entirely, here's how to reduce investment risks.
What is a stock transfer agent?
A stock transfer agent acts as the official record keeper for publicly traded companies to track the individuals/entities that own stocks or bonds in a company.
Time-Weighted vs Money-Weighted Rates of Return
We often get asked the difference between time-weighted versus money-weighted returns when calculating portfolio performance. Let's dive into the differences.
How to track exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
Like all investments, it’s critical to track the performance of and distributions earned by exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in your portfolio.
What is a real estate investment trust (REIT)?
REITs offer investors an alternative to direct property investing by offering exposure to the property market through a listed investment vehicle.
What is an Open-Ended Investment Company (OEIC)?
Open-Ended Investment Companies or OEICs are investment vehicles established as companies that are similar to both Unit Trusts and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
How to interpret the P/E ratio
The Price to Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) can can hide a number of subtleties, so it's important to understand what you're looking at when interpreting the data.