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Investors big and small need to look beyond the Australian sharemarket for high returns. Research house Lonsec says a reduction in the expected performance of Australian equities, the reduced risk and return benefit offered by domestic shares relative to global shares, as well as the diversification benefits achievable through a global allocation mean a higher…
It has been a mixed year for the Australian dollar. If you hold an exchange traded fund (ETF), you can hedge your investment to help protect yourself against currency volatility. Although this may seem a safer option, Alex Saika, from BlackRock’s iShares, says there are a few things that investors need to consider before hedging…
There is a surprising amount of free financial advice available to consumers. Did you know, for example, that the Department of Human Services’ financial information service offers free financial seminars? It aims to provide consumers with useful and unbiased information on money management. The seminars are available in every state, so check the Human Services…
What’s new? Scentre Group goes green, ETFs break new ground, plus more. Here’s all the latest money news.
There are two very different paths that markets can take for the rest of the year, so understanding how to profit or hedge in times of market drawdown is crucial.
ANZ has been ordered to pay back about $5 million after it did not properly apply fee reductions and waivers for low-income customers.
You can build an income portfolio using low-cost exchange traded funds (ETFs) yourself but a simple option is to use an InvestSmart income portfolio.
This month we ask Justine Davies from Canstar where she would invest $5000. For Australian share investment, Justine likes ETFs.
There have been some amazing moves in the oil price of late, but it is difficult to sort out the hype from the fundamentals.