Category: Investment

Investment Shares

Responsible and ethical investing

Responsible and ethical investing – what are they and what’s the difference? Whether it’s the war on waste, human rights abuses, animal rights or climate change that is your issue…

General Insights Investment

Goodbye to ad-hoc portfolios

Investment portfolios are often built in an ad-hoc fashion with too little thought given to taking a co-ordinated approach to investing.

Investment Shares

Bitcoin – Is it really for you?

If I could sum up the contents of my junk emails over the last 12 months in a single word it would be: Bitcoin. I can’t tell you how many…

Investment Shares

How to tell which are the best shares to buy

So you’ve heard about people making a mint from the stock market, and you think you’re finally ready to dabble in it too. But where do you even start? If you…

Financial Planning Investment Retirement Superannuation & SMSF

Super investment options – What’s right for you?

Choosing the right super investment options at the right time could make a difference to how much money you have when you retire. When it comes to your superannuation, the…

Investment Shares

Investing in the index is like having a bet on every horse in the race

At a recent seminar for prospective retirees, there were only three practical places to invest. The first is cash, the second is property and the third is shares. Every one…

Investment Shares

A beginner’s guide to getting started in shares

It’s not uncommon for our brains to switch off the second we hear words like stock market, growth, capital, recession and shares. Snooze, right? We like spending money, not incrementally…

General Insights Investment

Things to avoid as a newbie investor

Whatever your age, if you’re thinking of dabbling in investments like shares, managed funds or cryptocurrencies, here’s a list of common mistakes which are generally worth steering clear of. 1….

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Investors brace for Brexit – deal or no deal

When people in the UK woke up on 24 June 2016 to the news that the country had voted to leave the EU (or “Brexit” as it is now commonly known), little did they know that 2.5 years later, the future of the UK's relationship with Europe would still be unclear. As debate and negotiation continue, what should investors do?

General Insights Investment

I’ll have source with that: Pros and cons of crowdfunding

In the early 1700s, the British Admiralty had a big problem. They were losing thousands of seamen every year due to a lack of navigational tools. Their sailors could calculate…

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Zac Zacharia (Managing Director) has been assisting clients to create wealth and secure their futures for over 14 years.

He is also an accomplished presenter and educator

Co-authoring the popular investment book, Property vs Shares.