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Wall St. Rank Founder Amrit Rupasinghe shares three stocks with 50%+ upside based on ratings from top analysts.
Estate planning – what is legal capacity and what can go wrong when capacity is in question
*Angie Ellis, a well-known full-time investor who first came to fame playing The Sunday Age / SMH shares race game, shares her two top stock picks for 2022 and her...
Charlie Aitken, Founder and CIO of Aitken Investment Management (AIM) shares two stocks worth considering for your portfolio for 2022.
This might come as a surprise to many readers, but, reading through investment strategy reports for 2022 and listening to funds managers on webinars, there is far more agreement than...
Part 3 of our four-part Estate planning series provides detailed insights into superannuation proceeds trust, how they work, investment bonds, estate planning and taxation.
This article explains what testamentary trusts are, why they're a star estate planning strategy and also highlights the importance of labelling the purpose of your investments
Angie Ellis is a well-known full-time investor who first came to fame playing The Sunday Age / SMH shares race game. Her portfolio regularly returns 40% plus and delivered 55% last financial year. In this article, she shares her tips on how to uncover highfliers.
The (financial independence, retire early) FIRE movement is gathering momentum around the world. This article highlights three steps to achieve FIRE and points out some common mistakes that most Australians make that are inadvertently anti FIRE.
Despite seeing double digit growth for close to a decade, cloud computing is still considered an emerging ‘theme’.
Last year was an incredible year for initial public offerings in both Australia and the US, but what are the prospects for more bumper gains in 2021?
A company's past track record can provide a whole lot of confidence about its future. Usually I now start referring to CSL, or REA Group, or Carsales, but I am grabbing this opportunity to use the example of a lesser known all-weather performer
Question - My husband and I are trustees of our SMSF. We are considering a change to a corporate trustee SMSF structure. Could you please outline the difference? What are the benefits and limitations of the two structures?