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AUGUST 2019

Click here  On my mind – Yield curve hysteria! Fund Manager, Franklin Templeton look at what yield curves really mean for us.

JULY 2019

Click here  Bennelong Funds Management talk about the vulnerabilities in Australian corporate earnings.

JUNE 2019

Click here  The US Federal Reserve is currently looking at its Monetary policy. Is the Fed about to raise its inflation game?

MAY 2019

Click here  Should you invest at home in Australia, or look overseas? See what Perpetual think.

APRIL 2019

Click here  What is happening with investment markets?

MARCH 2019

Click here  The impact of passive investing on market efficiency.

FEBRUARY 2019

Click here  Read about the easy step by step guide to aged care.

JANUARY 2019

Click here  Read about how Fidelity sees that 2019 will be a year of divided outcomes.

DECEMBER 2018

Click here  A look at what Schroders tell us happened over the month of November.

NOVEMBER 2018

Click here  Roger Montgomery writes a very good article in the Australian newspaper about the volatility of the market in recent times.

OCTOBER 2018

Click here  Russell Investments explains what drives someone to select one investment response over another.

SEPTEMBER 2018

Click here  Investors Mutual give their views on how the next 5 years will resemble the last 5 years.

The power of compound interest

The Key points from this article are:

  • Compound interest is an investor’s best friend.
  • The higher the return, the greater the investment contribution and the longer the time period the more it works.
  • To reap maximum advantage from it, ensure an adequate exposure to growth assets, contribute early and often to your investment portfolio and find a way to avoid being thrown off by the investment cycle.

But do take time to read it – it actually is interesting.