Guest Editor, Bryce Doherty, sees financial literacy as a pillar on which Australians prepare for the future, and he highlights five articles which are timeless examples of how to build portfolios for the long term.
Those who worry about a tough year for shares in 2019 should not overlook the risks in fixed rate bonds, which might not be the defensive play required at this time. Better to watch for the bargains the share market will offer.
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Tim Keegan dives deep into the archive for a few classics, including Roger Montgomery, Noel Whittaker, Chris Cuffe and David Bell, plus one of our ever-popular ebooks on lessons from making a mistake.
There are enough negative factors in play to suggest great caution with asset allocation in portfolios, as a wonderful run of results for investors came to an end in 2018. Here are four common factors in market collapses.
Chris Cuffe set up Australian Philanthropic Services to make tax-effective giving easier, and former Westpac boss Gail Kelly reminds readers that giving away some wealth to charity is not just for the very rich. (Via the AFR).
Ten of the most popular and original articles first published in Cuffelinks in 2018 are included in this free ebook, ‘Firstlinks, the highlights from 2018’. It’s a chance to catch up if you missed them first time around.
Guest Editor, Alex Vynokur, has watched the active versus passive debate for many years, and although he runs an ETF business, he sees a role for both investment techniques in most portfolios.
An edited extract from the Cuffelinks Facebook page shows how widespread the debate on Labor’s franking has become, and the majority of people need a simple, logical explanation on how franking actually works.
It was a big year for Listed Investment Companies (LICs) and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), both finishing 2018 with about $40 billion on issue and vying for top spot on the ASX. Here are some 2019 expectations.
Guest Editor, Warren Bird, worked with Chris Cuffe at Colonial First State, and he brings clarity to the complex world of fixed interest, bonds and investing. Here are his favourite articles from the past six years.
A year of editorials is collected into a summary of the Royal Commission hearings. No need to rush out and buy one of the books that will hit the stores in the next few months.
Our free app is now launched to make Cuffelinks quicker to access on mobile devices. Over summer, take a dip into a story ‘on the run’ or search our archive of over 2,000 articles.
In the first of our Summer Series, Guest Editor Pilar Gomez-Bravo, a Director of Fixed Income at MFS, selects her favourite articles from our archive with an emphasis on long-term investing techniques and benefits.
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