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Franking Credits for Aussie Expats

By | 2018-09-27T09:43:04+00:00 September 27th, 2018|Aussies in Singapore, Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expats, Australian Expats in Singapore, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Investing, Investing in Shares, Tax|

Franking credits form a very important element of the Australian tax system, and providing you’re willing to invest the time to understand how they work, or work with an Adviser who does, you can significantly improve your personal finances. Many countries around the world have franking credits including Australia. Whether you’re living and working in [...]

High Dividend Stocks – Is it time to EXIT..?

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:05+00:00 July 17th, 2017|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Financial Planning, Investing, Investing in Shares|

Let’s start with the basics. A dividend is a share of a company’s profits that are paid to shareholders. Investing in companies that are paying consistent dividends has been a consistently profitable strategy over the past 5 years, but is it time to change tact? With interest rates rising, and political uncertainty at record highs, [...]

Financial Planning Myths Blown WIDE OPEN

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:05+00:00 May 3rd, 2017|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Investing, Investing in Shares, Meeting a Financial Adviser, Retirement|

“Sticking your head in the sand does not prevent the tide from coming in.” ― K.J. In the world of financial planning, we’ve seen all sorts of strategies and advice being provided, but just how do you separate fact from fiction. How can you tell the brilliant from the BS. Below I have dispelled some [...]

2017 – Investment Outlook for the Year of the Rooster

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:05+00:00 January 13th, 2017|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Financial Planning, Investing, Investing in Shares, Superannuation for Expats|

2016 was certainly an interesting year for financial markets and investors. After experiencing the worst 5-day start ever with the S&P 500 falling approximately 6%, global markets rebounded to reach all-new highs. Investors took on higher risk as they ditched the safe-havens of government bonds and started investing more into higher-yield bonds and growth assets. [...]

Hillary Gets Trumped – Key Investor Takeaways from 2016 US Election

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:05+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Foreign Exchange, Forex, Investing, Investing in Shares|

“The key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them.” Peter Lynch The one certainty when it comes to investing is uncertainty, and as this past fortnight has shown us, markets do not typically like surprises. This is highlighted by the fact that the All Ordinaries in Australia dropped significantly [...]

Money Mistakes: 4 Foolish Moves For You To Avoid

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:10+00:00 February 15th, 2016|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Investing, Investing in Shares|

“If you want to have a better performance than the crowd, you must do things differently from the crowd.” - Warren Buffett   It is perfectly understandable that the recent market volatility has increased your nerves about what’s next and what you should be doing with your investments. Here are some of the worst moves [...]

Property VS. Shares – Which is the SMARTER investment..?

By | 2018-04-01T10:23:10+00:00 November 12th, 2015|Australian Expats, Fee-Based Financial Adviser Singapore, Financial Planning, Investing, Investing in Shares, Property Investment|

“Is property the smarter investment choice..?” “Should I borrow money to leverage my investment..?” “Will a share portfolio provide me with a better return..?” “What is the right solution for me..?” These are all common questions that I’m asked by my clients. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ answer to the property vs. shares debate and in [...]