A couple of months ago I met Kate at a 40th birthday party. Kate had tunnel vision - metaphorically speaking - and her tunnel vision was costing her abut $5,000 by her own estimate. The problem was, Kate was blissfully ignorant to her condition. That was, until she met me.
I'm annoyed! But rather than pointlessly vent, this soapbox article is an attempt to turn my recent annoying experience into a useful lesson for all. Many people I meet are wary of going to their bank to get financial advice. They say they don't want to just be sold the bank's products. The Industry Super Fund Network loves … Continue reading Beware of industry super fund advice
I shudder whenever I see the big newspaper and magazines advertisements of companies that purport to teach people how to easily & profitably trade shares and derivatives (like options, warrants & CFDs). They promise so much confidence and certainty of gains. According to their website (accessed 20 April 2011) the business Safety In the Market (operated by The Hubb Organisation … Continue reading Misleading marketing finally acknowledged