Worst oil shock in history? What it means for your wealth
I was born just after the 1973 oil shock. A time when the country was running ‘carless days’ to deal with the very opposite problem of today.
How much money do you need to save for retirement?
To save enough money for a your retirement, it pays to calculate your target nest egg now to help guide how you invest to achieve your retirement income goals.
What is loss aversion and how to protect yourself from it
In this blog, we look at what loss aversion is, explore examples of how it manifests itself in investing and how you can protect yourself from it.
Are Australian investors investing in Asia
While Australian's tend to be more internationally diversified than the average investor, only 4% of Australian paid users invest directly in Asian markets.
Diary of a small cap growth investor - Feb 2020 update
The last three months have been pretty kind to me. My portfolio has gained 8.8%, which is slightly better than the ASX 200 ETF that I use as a benchmark.
Track Livewire's most tipped stocks for 2020
We've partnered with Livewire again, to help you track their top picks from fund managers as well as the top picks from Livewire readers for 2020.
What is quantitative-value investing?
As its name implies, quantitative-value investing merges mathematical analysis used by quantitative investors with the principles of value investing.
Factors to look for when investing in ESG funds
Essentially, companies with strong ESG profiles typically enjoy enhanced corporate performance and financial returns – so what should you look out for?
3 tips to manage investment risk during retirement
Here are a few ways to help maintain a healthy return whilst limiting the risk of your overall retirement investment portfolio.
What is the role of cash in an investment portfolio?
Investing in stocks and sitting on cash might seem like mutually exclusive options, but they can actually be two sides of the same coin.
Top 10 podcasts for investors worldwide
While reading is wonderful, there’s an even more efficient way to consume knowledge – podcasting. So here are 10 podcasts for investors worldwide.
How to limit losses with a stop-loss order
A stop-loss is an order placed with your broker to place a market order to sell an instrument when it reaches a certain price to limit the extent of any losses.