The feeling of not knowing where to start your investing journey is all too familiar for most people. But it doesn’t have to be that way forever. This section will help you become familiar with some investing basics so you can kickstart your investing journey with confidence.
Through a series of easily digestible articles that lay-out the investing basics, we’ll provide answers to your burning investing questions. Like, how on earth can you start investing without feeling overwhelmed by all of the financial jargon? Or, how can I invest for the long term?
We’ll also cover everything from budgeting tips to facilitate your investing, how to make your first share market investment, different investment vehicles and strategies + more, and more!
So with the intro covered, it’s time to get stuck in.
The allure of short-term profits from speculative investments can be tempting to both market newbies and experienced investors alike. This article will talk through four hacks I use for making the best long term investments so you can avoid the increased risks and costs of short term speculation while setting yourself up for long term […]Read More
In this article, I’m going to get stuck into my worst investment ever, what I learned from it, and how you can make sure you don’t do the same! Everybody Stuffs Up Everyone makes investing mistakes, even the best of the best. And when I say the best, I mean it. Take billionaire investor Warren […]Read More
C Checking in on your HECs balance can be pretty frightening. It was in my case anyway. Like any debt, you want to rid yourself of it eventually. But should you pay of HECs early if you can? Should You Pay off HECS early in 2021 Article Contents ⬇️ What genius came up with HECS […]Read More
6 Critical ETF Characteristics You Need To Know Before Investing So You Can Avoid Any Costly Mistakes in 2021.
The beauty of ETFs is that they provide broad diversification across different asset classes and locations. Exactly what you want when building the bedrock of your portfolio as a beginner. But that doesn’t mean it’s safe to invest blindly into the first ETF you see. Like anything with investing, research is your friend. To help […]Read More
If you’re like me and you get your pay monthly, the anxious feeling of being down to your last $50 a week out from pay-day is all too familiar. For too long I’d failed to plan my spending, saving, and investing allocations properly, which resulted in me living the social life of a hermit the […]Read More
With a new financial year already upon us, now is the perfect time to get your finances into shape. Here are 5 things I’ve personally done to get my money under control that you can do too! 1. Pay off High-Interest Bad Debt First and foremost, you need to pay off any high-interest debt that […]Read More
Nowadays, the word ‘millennials’ (people born between 1981-1996) comes packaged with some pretty negative stigmas. Especially within the realms of finance, which aren’t necessarily deserving. Here’s why. Millennials took an enormous psychological and financial blow during The Great Recession back in 08/09. Right when they were at their most vulnerable. Older Millenials were in the […]Read More
The Truth About Asset Allocation & How To Make Sure Your Portfolio Is Built For Safe & Steady Growth.
Asset allocation is one of the most important aspects of investing. It’s up there with deciding on what actual assets to invest into in the first place. Many investors around the world find themselves focusing too much on their individual holdings and their performances, and fail to take a step back to look at the […]Read More
Following on from part one, which I highly recommend you read here. Let’s look into another 5 low-risk ways for 20 somethings to invest. 1. Invest By Increasing Your Super Contributions Firstly, let’s talk super. Before you consider contributing additional funds to super, it’s important to ensure your super is consolidated into one account. Consolidating […]Read More
Your 20s can be one of the most enjoyable periods of your life. You’re completing or completed your studies and are well on your way to earning your first full-time wage. Responsibilities like a mortgage or children to care for are non-existent, translating to more freedom to do what you want when you want. A […]Read More