Switzer’s 7 golden rules of investing
Peter Switzer gives us his core considerations for buying stocks and outlines his 7 investing principles.>>
3 apps to help learn how to: micro-invest and make money
Investing is one way people let their money do the money-making for them, however many of us aren’t ready to delve into that world or don’t have the financial capacity to do so yet. One way to dip your toe in the investing pool is with micro-investing apps. >>
Could this stock have a HUGE future?
Peter Switzer casts his eye over a stock with great potential and runs this past an ‘expert’ who Peter uses on his TV show on YouTube.>>
Property values are increasing – Is it the right time to invest?
There are many reasons why an investment property is an appealing asset, such as saving on tax, negative gearing and an ongoing rental income that helps to pay the investment loan. Long-term capital gains can boost personal wealth. At this current time in the market, the potential returns on a rental property could be extremely attractive. >>
Is the highly priced Afterpay a stock worth buying?
Afterpay is an Aussie buy now pay later (BNPL) success story. It is by far the industry leader. Leading finance journalist James Dunn looks at this stock to check if there’s still value as a buy. >>
Tips for first time investors
If you’re a first time or novice investor, here are some tips for starting to build your understanding of shares >>
9 tips to avoid or overcome investing mistakes
A leading money man lists 9 mistakes we can make when investing and after each one are my tips on how to overcome these. >>
I missed out on Afterpay. Should I fear missing out on other BNPLs?
The Buy now, pay later sector has grown beyond belief. There are of these listed on the ASX. But will they all have outstanding success like Afterpay? >>
5 financial goals for 2021
It’s time to buckle down and get serious about your goals this coming year. Here are 5 money goals to consider. >>
Stocks in focus:
Afterpay & Zip Co
The 'buy now, pay later' space has exploded this year, with Afterpay and Zip Co as the frontrunners of the industry. >>