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Investment Time Frame

Match Your Investment Strategy to Your Time Frame

We’ve had a good run in share markets since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008. Initially this growth was underpinned by central banks engaging in quantitative easing – otherwise known as ‘printing money’. Central banks released funds into circulation through purchasing securities as a way of reducing the likelihood of economies going into recession […]

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It’s About Time

It’s About Time It’s about time, or, to be more precise, it’s mostly about time. That is the answer to the question on most investors lips, which is ‘How should I invest my money?’ The next question to ask should be ‘How long do I want to invest my money for?’ Your investment time frame […]

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Focus on the Horizon

Focus on the Horizon When I was young, I used to go fishing with my father in his boat. Not being much of a sailor, I often succumbed to the motion of the waves when there was a big swell. All I wanted to do then was to get my feet back on firm ground. […]

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When Sharemarkets Fall

When Sharemarkets Fall It’s easy to invest when markets are running smoothly but when they fall your confidence can be sorely tested. More uncertainty in investment markets means more volatility and a need to review your investment strategy. Here’s what to do:   Start with the basics. Focus on your goals and objectives. If you […]

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