Written by Melissa Grimshaw – Associate Adviser It is a question you ask a range of people and you are surely to get a range of answers, with the theme often being “something to do with Investing and Superannuation”.
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Written by George Lin/Senior Investment Manager CFS In July, markets focused on the latest Coronavirus variant, economic data, and the... View Article
Written by Written by Aaron Alston - Financial Adviser Asset allocation in simple terms is the process of balancing risk and return in a portfolio by investing across different asset classes. The major asset classes include shares (Australian, US, International), property & infrastructure, bonds/fixed interest & cash.
Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser I had the privilege of attending the funeral of a Hudson client last week – an honour really, in light of restrictions on numbers allowed to attend due to Covid-19. Joy was referred to me by her son (a long time Hudson member) and her sole motivation when talking with me was to preserve as much of her estate as possible for her children and grandchildren.
Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser This month I posed a question to my viewers who are retired – “what was the catalyst the led you to pull the trigger on retirement?”. I am finding more and more that we may all joke about being desperate to retire, however, when the time comes and we are financially able to retire, many of you just aren’t quite ready to pull the pin.
Written by Juanita Wrenn – Managing Director Investing in shares is more accessible than ever before, with major changes in technology making it easier to invest, more affordable to invest and an abundant amount of information and research at your fingertips. Given the volatile nature of the direct shares, it is not advisable to invest directly with under $50,000.
Written by Juanita Wrenn – Managing Director Investing directly in a property is a dream of many and definitely worth considering for individuals who have the capacity to invest, the cash flow to service and the time frame to hold a property. In the current climate, with historically low-interest rates, tight vacancy rates and a well known undersupply of quality housing, it makes sense to invest in bricks and mortar
Written by Ivan Fletcher – Senior Adviser 1. Not setting financial goals It’s important to set achievable goals for the... View Article
This article extract was featured on Broadsheet, published on 23 February 2021 and written by Thomas Telegramma. Picture greenery the... View Article
Written By Kris Wrenn – Senior Adviser As the New Year gets fully underway I thought it a good time... View Article