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Satisfied with growing nest egg: Pete and Kristie's story

Pete and Kristie Lockyer have been putting money away for their daughter Phoebe over years. They explain why they made the decision to invest for her future.

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Keep Calm And Carry On Investing

Keep calm and carry on investing

The past few months have been a turbulent period for investors, but investors who manage to hold their nerve during difficult conditions are usually rewarded over the longer term.

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Women's finance: Q and A with financial planner Catherine Robson

Catherine Robson remembers vividly when her mother told her: “Women are only ever one husband away from poverty.” That statement was pivotal to her journey to financial independence.

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The Richards Report episode 17: Big League Advance

Big League Advance takes Moneyball to the next level, investing in minor league baseball players and buying a share in their future earning capacity.

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Six Park Performance Update: October 2018

Global equity markets fell sharply in October, with Six Park portfolios ending the month down -0.6% to -5.0%.

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A legacy for the future: Amanda's story

A legacy from her grandmother changed Amanda Derham's life. She plans to give her grandchildren the same opportunities through long-term investments.

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Six Park Investment Advisory Committee member Paul Costello has passed away following a long illness.

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Future on his mind: Marc's story

Marc Bullen has four young children and knows he needs to plan for their financial futures. He decided to invest with Six Park to save time.

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The Richards Report episode 16: Moneyball

What's more effective - algorithms or the more human "gut feeling"?

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Women's finance: Q and A with SkilledSmart founder Paridhi Jain

Paridhi Jain founded SkilledSmart to help adults access practical financial education. She's found that women are most likely to take up this opportunity.

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