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Change of approach: Will's story

Will Allen says people who want to pick stocks would be better off studying psychology than commerce. After years working in international equities, he's changed his investing approach.

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Six Park Performance Update: September 2018

Portfolios ended September down slightly, but still up between +0.8% and +3.3% for the quarter.

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IAC market outlook: October 2018

Broad market fundamentals remain positive despite day-to-day "noise" and headlines, according to Six Park's Investment Advisory Committee, which met recently.

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Frustrated with high fees: Asaf's story

Asaf Harel and his wife decided to manage their own superannuation to take greater control and reduce their fees. They haven't regretted it.

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More than picking winners: Grant's story

Grant Austin is prepared to take calculated risks, but only because his financial foundations are stable.

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Investing for the long-term: Tram's story

Tram Le believes saving isn’t about what you earn – it’s about what you spend.

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Bronwyn Bruce Aka Miss Money Box

Women's finance: Q and A with Bronwyn Bruce, aka Miss Money Box

Bronwyn Bruce, aka Miss Money Box, on investing, financial blogging, and advice for women.

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The Richards Report episode 15: Ted Richards and Erika Jonsson

Ted usually asks the questions for The Richards Report - this time he's answering them.

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Six Park Performance Update: August 2018

August was another strong month for the Six Park portfolios, with US sharemarket gains and a decline in the AUD helping to underpin overall returns of +0.8% and +2.2%.

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What to do when markets fall

While sharemarkets have been very kind to investors in recent times, it’s worth remembering that markets have a long history of volatility and unpredictability. So what should you do when markets fall?

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