Generally speaking, investors want to buy shares at prices below their 'true value', because that way the chance of a fall is less and the opportunity for making a capital gain is enhanced
Participating in a dividend reinvestment plan can be a headache come tax time.
They tell you to read the annual report before buying a stock, but what on earth do you look at?
While tax benefits should never be the main consideration when choosing an investment, it can be sensible to take advantage of legitimate tax minimisation opportunities.
The tax deductions available on investment properties can be valuable but beware, not all costs are tax deductible.
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One of the hardest parts of picking stocks is avoiding the lemons.
Inflation is the true enemy of building wealth and investors should put measures in place to protect against inflation's corrosive downside.
An easy excel spreadsheet method to measure the success of your portfolio
The meaning behind investment cycles in shares and property.
The buy and hold approach to sharemarket investing can be lucrative if you get your stock selection right.
PEG versus the P/E - which ratio is the best in valuing a stock?
Many stockpickers want to know whether a successful bidding company is going to have an increased or a decreased share price as a result of the takeover.
Nobody rings a bell when a stock reaches its peak price and brokers are notoriously reluctant to advise their clients to sell shares that they have previously been recommending.
Share investors must know how to calculate the dividends they receive on stocks for comparison purposes.
A share portfolio should have a sensible mix of companies with returns that complement each other.
If you want to identify the best investment opportunity in any sector you must compare like with like.
Family trusts can be tax effective vehicles to build wealth.
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