What should you do with your money besides leave it in the bank?
In order to continue to build your wealth, Peter Switzer tells us that there are more avenues to take and places to store your money other than the bank.>>
Revealed: Best stock market strategy for the seriously inexperienced
If you want to build serious wealth, then it’s wise to create an investment strategy. Peter Switzer shares his tips for the inexperienced, aspiring investors.>>
Make way for the investing woman!
Fidelity Investments’ latest study “2021 Women and Investing Study” shares a welcome change for women in investing.>>
Is Qantas ready for take off?
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce thinks we’ll be flying internationally by December, which is great for anyone wanting to break out from the confinement of our shores. But what about the Qantas share price? If you’ve been on standby to buy shares, have you missed the flight?>>
How to rid yourself of a dud investment property
Purchasing a dud property can occur even when you’ve used your best endeavours to research well. Margaret Lomas gives us her tips on how to move past this.>>
How to take your emotions out of investing
While a plethora of information exists on investing in the stock market, little has been said about the psychology behind it, especially the decision-making process in our brain that can sometimes lead us investors in the wrong direction.>>
Don’t listen to bad news, just make money!
The need to turn down the noise is more important than ever. Here are 5 ways for investors to help manage ‘the noise’, stay focussed and make money.>>
Is Afterpay done for?
Paul Rickard gives us his opinion on investing in the BNPL sector.>>
Switzer’s 7 golden rules of investing
Peter Switzer gives us his core considerations for buying stocks and outlines his 7 investing principles.>>
Should you keep your money in the bank?
In an age where the most preferred place to leave our savings is a bank deposit that rewards us with such a ridiculously low rate of interest, what should a wise wealth builder do? Peter Switzer gives us his tips on where you might like to think about placing your money.>>