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    Watch For Spiralling Inflation
    Investment Research Group
    Investment Research Group
     2 December 2008
    The CFA Society, an association of investment professionals, invites a guest speaker of international reputation to NZ every year. We had the pleasure this time of hearing from Bud Conrad, chief economist of US based company Casey Research.
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    Christmas Giving That Makes You Happier Too
    22 Nov 2008: Struggling retailers aren’t going to like this, but how about we make 2008 the year we stop spending ridiculous amounts on Christmas presents we don’t need – and often don’t even like?... more
    Bad Times Reveal Opportunities
    1 Nov 2008: We have seen markets plummet amid fear and desperation, and then recover just as sharply. What constitutes "good news" in this seesaw of emotions is often some new form of intervention where Governments under write the risk in the economy. ... more
    Same Rules For Big And Little Savers
    25 Oct 2008: There's plenty for Joe and Joanne Saver to learn from two recent news items about the NZ Superannuation Fund, sometimes called the Cullen Fund.... more
    Markets are darkest before the dawn
    18 Oct 2008: The markets have been exceptionally volatile. When you see the Dow Jones slump by 7.5% in one day, only to recover the next, you are witnessing very rare circumstances.... more
    The Facts on Kiwisaver Plans
    13 Oct 2008: Forget the rhetoric; let's look at the facts. The National Party's plans for KiwiSaver would leave some better off, some worse off, some weighing up pros and cons – and more people in the scheme. ... more
    Can a bail-out work?
    4 Oct 2008: The shocking fall in the markets this week are a necessary step on the road to recovery and one day there will be bargains to be had. However, I fear there is still worse to come. I like to say that a hangover normally reflects the extent of the party and in financial terms, the markets have been on a real binge for several years.... more
    Tax Cuts Bring Kiwisaver Into Reach For Many
    27 Sep 2008: The "I can't afford KiwiSaver" excuse is about to get weaker for many New Zealanders. Tax cuts come into effect from October 1, and many families will also benefit from changes to the Working for Families tax credit and income threshold. The extra money will cover at least half of many people's KiwiSaver contributions, sometimes more. ... more
    When will the crisis end?
    20 Sep 2008: How will we know when the credit crisis is over? Every day there seems to be a new disaster, with billions of dollars being written off, finance companies failing, banks under pressure and now a jump in mortgagee sales. ... more
    Retirement Payments Likely To Make A Comeback
    13 Sep 2008: Annuities – which are typically monthly payments to retired people, over and above NZ Super – may be on their way back onto the New Zealand scene.... more


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