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    Australia Digs Resource Sector Into a Hole?
    Investment Research Group
    Investment Research Group
     12 June 2010
    One of the biggest mistakes in investing, and arguably life, is to assume current conditions will exist into the future.
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    Plans or No Plans? Readers Differ
    5 Jun 2010: If you’ve wondered who that bloke is hanging around stores in the weekend watching people buy 3D television sets, it could be Blair Vernon. ... more
    Beware Fat Fingers and Black Boxes
    29 May 2010: Was a 'fat finger' to blame for Wall Street’s recent implosion? The US Securities & Exchange Commission has launched an investigation after the main measurement of the US market, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, fell by 1000 points a few weeks ago. This was the biggest points drop since 1987.... more
    Confession Time About Retirement Plans and Goals
    22 May 2010: I’m going to commit sacrilege here. But it’s not as if I haven’t thought long and hard about it. So okay, deep breath, here we go: Contrary to what many will tell you, it’s quite possible to be financially together and not have a detailed written plan on how to fund your retirement - or even a retirement savings goal.... more
    Why New Zealand Can't Catch Australia
    15 May 2010: I once worked for a brief period in Tanzania, East Africa. At the time, the country was the fourth poorest in the world, despite having a wealth of base and precious metals and masses of fertile land.... more
    How Much is a Trillion?
    1 May 2010: Imagine you have borrowed a million dollars – interest free - and you pay it back at the rate of $1 per second. It would take you 12 days to pay it back. That is not too scary.... more
    Change Kiwisaver Default Funds – But Educate Too
    13 Apr 2010: All the wrong people are ending up in KiwiSaver default funds – or are they? That depends on their financial knowledge, temperament and home ownership plans.... more
    How Movies Help Investors
    6 Apr 2010: Good investors don’t concentrate just on numbers but look for ideas and trends that might help them understand the economy and markets better. So, as odd as it may sound, a study of trends at the movie theatre can be useful to an investor. ... more
    Kiwisaver Neither Guaranteed Nor Ghastly
    13 Mar 2010: Recent news suggests New Zealanders are poles apart on KiwiSaver. Some think the scheme is safer than it is. Others are leaping to ridiculous conclusions about how unsafe it is. ... more
    Readers React Over GST
    27 Feb 2010: Two readers sound angry about my last column about GST. Some of their points are valid, but over all I think they just didn’t "get" it.... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     03 May: Video expert says there's still a place for DVD rentals in NZ +++++++++++++++++++
     04 May: Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down  ++++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: Banking royal commission: Lax lending by banks could see our debt problem come crashing down +++++++++
     03 May: New effluent technology allows farmers to recycle water +++++++++
     03 May: Competitors working together to plan for Pike River re-entry ++++++++
     04 May: BP: Never its intention for price rises to be 'at expense of consumers' ++++++++
     03 May: Certain pesticides threatening five billion dollar contibution to economy +++++++

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