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retirement
Why you shouldn't wait until 35 to take your super seriously
A recent Rainmaker study concludes that the best time to start taking super seriously is in your mid-thirties. I don't agree. 
personal-finance

Key takeaways from Warren Buffett’s 2023 letter to Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders

Warren Buffett on Charlie Munger, realistic investment expectations, and the stocks he won’t sell.
personal-finance

The key to personal financial planning: Being lazy

There are benefits to following a simplified approach.
personal-finance

Is a focus on growing your net worth making you unhappy?

We shuffle through life attempting to add zeros to our net worth without pausing to ask ourselves if we are measuring financial success in the right way.
personal-finance

The benefits of US equities can’t be ignored

Why a leading Australian financial commentator has tilted her portfolio to the US and Morningstar’s top ETF pick for US exposure.
stocks

3 best ASX growth stocks to buy for the long term

Three high-quality growth companies that have wide moats and a history of good capital allocation.

Market valuation

  • Undervalued
  • Overvalued

Market movers

Name
Last price
% Change
Sayona Mining Ltd SYA 0.04 8.70%
88 Energy Ltd 88E 0.01 0.00%
Strike Energy Ltd STX 0.22 4.44%
Pantoro Ltd PNR 0.04 2.33%
Zip Co Ltd ZIP 0.87 0.00%
Latin Resources Ltd LRS 0.19 9.52%
Telstra Group Ltd TLS 3.88 0.00%
Northern Minerals Ltd NTU 0.03 3.33%
The Star Entertainment Group Ltd SGR 0.45 1.11%
Pilbara Minerals Ltd PLS 3.67 0.27%

Compare Market Indices

Markets

Index
Last price
% Change
All Ordinaries 7,899.20 0.43%
CAC 40 7,966.68 0.70%
DAX 40 17,419.33 0.28%
Dow JONES (US) 39,131.53 0.16%
FTSE 100 7,706.28 0.28%
HKSE 16,725.86 -0.10%
NASDAQ 15,996.82 -0.28%
Nikkei 225 39,098.68 2.19%
NZX 50 Index 11,680.33 -0.34%
S&P 500 5,088.80 0.03%
S&P/ASX 200 7,643.60 0.43%
SSE Composite Index 3,004.88 0.55%
personal-finance

How to set an investment goal

Have you lost sight of the link between the way your portfolio is designed and the reasons you are investing in the first place?
personal-finance

How to define an investment strategy

Designing an investment strategy can be an expensive endeavour. Here is how to create one yourself.
retirement

4 steps to calculate how much you need to retire

This step-by-step process can help you estimate the size of the portfolio needed to support your dream retirement.
stocks

11 ASX stocks offering great value right now

These high-quality companies are our top picks for investors wanting to boost their domestic exposure.
stocks

Our 4 top mining picks

Commodity prices supportive, some opportunities available; China’s modest economic growth weighs.
personal-finance

10 top ASX dividend shares

The ASX 200 is a concentrated index with 10 shares providing around 60% of the total index income. Our analysts weigh in on their future dividend prospects.
personal-finance

Introducing our investing course: Foundations of financial independence

An outline of the free course curriculum. 
personal-finance

Foundations of financial independence Module 1: How to invest successfully

Mark LaMonica, CFA runs through how to set up the frameworks for investing successfully, and how to think about risk. 
personal-finance

Foundations of financial independence Module 2: Ensuring you have set the right foundations prior to investing

Shani Jayamanne outlines the foundations that you need to invest successfully for the long-term.
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Investing in shares beginner's guide
Investing in shares for the first time? This step-by-step beginner's guide will show you the steps you need to take to invest in the share market.
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Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Investing Guide
An Exchange Traded Fund is an investment fund that is traded on a stock exchange. This beginners guide will show you the steps to take to invest in ETFs.
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Morningstar Guide to Fund Investing
Pooling funds with other investors allows you to access professional managers, who can put your money in hard-to-access asset classes, which in turn may also diversify your risk.