5 Key Life Stages You Could Use a Financial Planner

5 Key Life Stages You Could Use a Financial Planner

Despite the ever advancing information found online, the 5 Key Life Stages You Could Use a Financial Planner will always have a place in time for quality advice. It always pays to ensure you are getting the right advice.Life Stage 1 Buying Your First Home. For many...

Cashflow is King! – Cashflow and Debt Solutions

Cashflow is King! – Cashflow and Debt Solutions

Cashflow Debt Solutions Our cashflow debt solutions program now makes Managing Your Money easier. Structuring cashflow & debts efficiently and most importantly, to feel financially secure. Managing Your Money Made Easy We are going to show you how to make the...

Facts of the Successful – Tom Corely article

Facts of the Successful – Tom Corely article

I find this is the best time for me to set intentions, goals and priorities for the coming year.  So I wanted to share some insights from an article I think is so appropriate for us in this community and outlines the values in which we must bring on board if we are to...

Investing – Active v Passive

Investing – Active v Passive

What do you need to know when Investing – Active v Passive? Active investing is generally more expensive. While passive investing may appear more simple, investors should always consider their goals and have a clear strategy before deciding. The discussion around...

The Importance of Doing the Little Things :)

The Importance of Doing the Little Things 🙂

Little things can cause significant changes. We have all experienced that. Imagine if you could change the world, (and your world), just by making your bed.  Yes I know it seems like an odd action and you may ask, how could making my bed change my world? Find...

US will fall more than Australia in next bust

US will fall more than Australia in next bust

The US is leading the current boom and US shares are more over-priced than Australian shares, so US shares will have further to fall in the next bust. Australia and the United States are similar in many ways. Both are former British colonies with relatively stable...

What’s your Wealth Imprint (Thermostat)?

What’s your Wealth Imprint (Thermostat)?

So the biggest question is, what’s your wealth imprint (thermostat)? And how does it affect your ability to accumulate the amount of wealth you want to achieve during your lifetime? “Why is it that we constantly see the majority of lottery winners and recipients of...

Money Magnet – 4 Cardinal Feelings for Wealth Building

Money Magnet – 4 Cardinal Feelings for Wealth Building

What are the 4 Cardinal Feelings for Wealth Building? The 4 Cardinal Feelings for Wealth Building is not only quantitative but qualitative and both are imperative for wealth building. Wealth Building does not only involve quantitative factors but also qualitative...

Take Inspired Action!

Take Inspired Action!

Just in case you need some extra motivation to take inspired action within your life.. here is a Poem for you called… ‘A Reluctant Investor’s Lament’ An adaptation by John Hopkins  “I hesitate to make a list Of Opportunities I’ve missed. Investments that were in my...

Planting your Wealth Tree – Part 2

Planting your Wealth Tree – Part 2

This month the focus of Planting your Wealth Tree Part 2 is eliminating your long term money worries and further generating that ‘feeling’ of financial security. Hopefully by now you have set up your ‘90 Day Reserve’ account that we discussed last month and started...

Planting your Wealth Tree – Part 1

Planting your Wealth Tree – Part 1

Introduction to Planting Your Wealth Tree I have been wanting to introduce – Planting your Wealth Tree – Part 1, for sometime now. It all came to the fore and became the ‘right time’ to share this with you on our recent family trip to Greece to visit my parents at...

Long Term Investing update

Long Term Investing update

Credit Suisse has released their annual investment returns yearbook which is always a good reminder of the benefits in taking sensible long term views on investing. The one thing that always strikes me when I read this report is how well Australia fares in terms of...

Centrelink Strategies Checklist for Pensioners

Centrelink Strategies Checklist for Pensioners

With the looming Pension changes coming 1st Jan 2017 we have prepared a 10 point checklist for EXTRA Centrelink benefits OR at worst make sure you know your downside. Don’t think Centrelink will be ringing you to say “Hey we could pay you more” and don’t wait until...

Wealth Protection Case Study 3 – Protecting your assets

Make certain you are protecting your assets. If you’ve used debt to start-up or grow your business, protecting your assets is key! It is wise to ensure yourself (and other key people) have suitable insurance cover.Protecting Your Assets Adam, aged 40, is married to...

Wealth Protection Case Study 2 – Protect your income

Wealth Protection Case Study 2 – Protect your income

Why protect your income? If an injury or illness forced you to take time off work, could you still keep up with your bills? Imagine what your life would be like if you hadn’t taken the time to ‘protect your income’ and your family’s financial security, in the event of...

Part 3: ETFs – The surge continues

Part 3: ETFs – The surge continues

In Part 3, we examine the ongoing growth in the Exchange Traded Products market and consider why investors are drawn to this investment. According to the ASX, total market capitalisation of the Exchange Traded Products market at February 2016 was $20.62 billion, up...

PART 2: Asset Allocation – From offensive to defensive

PART 2: Asset Allocation – From offensive to defensive

In Part 2, we detail how SMSF investors have shifted from a traditional mix of investments, to a more diversified, defensive approach today. [pdf-embedder url="https://fmgws.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/black-sky-2016_part-2.pdf" title="PART 2: Asset Allocation –...

PART 1: SMSFs – Trends and Challenges

PART 1: SMSFs – Trends and Challenges

In Part 1, we provide you with a summary of the views of both SMSF investors and the SMSF category as a whole. More so, you’ll learn what Trustees are thinking right now and discover the reasons for their considerable shift in asset allocation since the publication of...

The benefits of staying invested

The benefits of staying invested

Investors are more likely to reach their long-term goals by avoiding emotionally driven and or fearful short-term decisions. These types of short term decisions may take investors off course thus nullifying the benefits of staying invested.What this chart...

How the Economic Machine Works

How the Economic Machine Works

How does the economy really work? This simple but not simplistic video by Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, shows the basic driving forces behind the economy, and explains why economic cycles occur by breaking down concepts such as credit, interest rates,...

60:30:10 Rule Video

The 60:30:10 Rule, a successful strategy with a plan and an full understanding of your objectives is key to preserving your spending power in retirement. What is the ‘60:30:10 Rule’? We believe that a successful strategy starts with a plan and an full understanding of...

“Wealth Tip – The Rule of 72”

“Wealth Tip – The Rule of 72”

“There’s an old economic rule known as the ‘Rule of 72’ that tells us how many years it would take for something to double in value.” 72 / by growth rate.Simply divide the growth rate or interest rate into 72 and the answer will tell you how many years it would take...

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