Archive: 'Sep 2015' :

When there is a Will there is a family member

It’s probably not something you want to think about much less discuss with your kids but like it or not, one day we all pass away, and giving our loved ones a heads up on some of our financial affairs may make the process a whole lot easier. That’s why when it comes to estate […]

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What should you do during market volatility?

When markets are volatile, many investors become anxious about their investments and begin to question whether their investment strategy is really working for them.   Anxiety is a normal reaction when markets are falling but making investment decisions based on emotions is more often than not an unwise course of action. It can be tempting for […]

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Dollar Cost Averaging

Trading on the share market is widely regarded as being motivated by two powerful human emotions; fear and greed.   In recent weeks, share market volatility has many investors fearful and compelled some to sell off their investments. More often than not, basing investment decisions on emotions and following the herd tends to be a poor […]

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September Economic Update 2015

Australia The RBA left the official cash rate on hold at 2% at its meeting on 1 September 2015 where it has remained since May this year. In making its decision the Board noted that “the global economy is expanding at a moderate pace, with some further softening in conditions in China and east Asia […]

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