Category: Investment Styles

YEAR 9 STUDENT AND PART TIME MCDONALD’S EMPLOYEE GOES FROM 0 TO 13 INVESTMENT PROPERTIES DURING THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS – HERE ARE HIS 5 TIPS FOR BECOMING A PROPERTY TYCOON

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My ramble on the property market, the banks, APRA, index investing, market timing and diversification.

Ok so you probably gathered I am experimenting with a bit of click bait.

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Investing like Buffett will outperform the market right?

“We believe in fundamental value and look to own high quality businesses, with low debt, excellent management, competitive advantage and pricing powers”.

I hope the above doesn’t match word for word of a fund manager’s slogan out there but it wouldn’t surprise me if it did! Continue reading “Investing like Buffett will outperform the market right?”

High profile sectors are surely where I can make a killing in the stock market right?

Before I write much on the markets again, I thought I’d add something different so I don’t get bored of this blogging stuff too quickly. So firstly a warning I will stray off topic for a little bit.

I would have spent about a third of the year in Vietnam this year and am currently writing this from Dalat. Continue reading “High profile sectors are surely where I can make a killing in the stock market right?”

Is technology improving our productivity? Is that where we should invest?

Sometimes personally I feel the answer is no to both.

My digital detox I mentioned in early June had mixed success. I did get away from the smart phone and read some investment books, well via an iPad anyway, that I look forward to discussing more later. Working for myself requires plenty of discipline that I am still learning about and yet to fully master. I have done ok in this aspect but there is much improvement to be had. Continue reading “Is technology improving our productivity? Is that where we should invest?”