Stock market Olympics, and the winners are –

In some countries, stock markets have already surpassed their pre-GFC peaks. There are some surprising winners, and Australia lags despite our recent economic growth being the best in the developed world.

My 8 rules for both wealth and health

The same strategies we use to keep our bodies in shape can also be applied to building our finances. These eight simple principles can set you on a path to achieve better health and wealth.

How bank transfer pricing affects everyone

Whether you borrow or deposit or pay fees, a general understanding of how bank pricing committees determine the rates and charges for their products could provide the negotiating edge you need to get a better deal.

How long are you really likely to live?

Longer life expectancy means more of us will be living for several decades after we ‘retire’ or stop paid employment. Earning 3-4% in term deposits from age 60 will not be enough if you’re still alive at 90, 100, or 120!

More SMSF myths debunked

Continuing from last week’s article on superannuation myths, here’s another five myths relating SMSFs. Separating fact from fiction is a good first step towards effective discussion and informed policy.

Liquidity is abundant despite QE wind down

Despite the Federal Reserve’s tapering of its QE policy, liquidity in developed economies will remain abundant with the major central banks adding another USD1 trillion in 2014. But watch for global inflation.

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