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And while we're talking about cars ….

08 May, 2017

And while we're talking about cars …

Alphabet (Google) hits the road with testing their driverless cars – a space that we think will only get more competitive as it offers consumers significant savings in money and time.
Inflation — a false signal.

08 May, 2017

Inflation — a false signal

Paying an extra cent for your coffee probably won’t break the bank. The current rising inflation rate is probably also no need to panic as we put it down to two one-off and temporary factors.
The King of the mountain cometh.

08 May, 2017

The King of the mountain cometh

Retail heavyweight Amazon looks set to start operating in Australia later in the year – what does it mean for current retailers and will it affect our Aussie retail stocks?
The skewedness of stock returns.

08 May, 2017

The skewedness of stock returns

Research into the art and science of stock picking backs up our Fisher Funds investment policy of research, diversification and constant monitoring.
The best way to feel rich.

05 May, 2017

The best way to feel rich

Carmel Fisher shares The White Coat Investor’s thoughts on how to feel rich whatever your worth. Read more ...
How to beat busy-ness.

28 April, 2017

How to beat busy-ness

How to achieve the right amount of busy-ness when leaving business. Carmel Fisher discusses how she’s planning on filling her days without a full-time executive job.
Recommerce, the next Ecommerce.

21 April, 2017

Recommerce, the next Ecommerce

Recommerce, second-hand, recycled, vintage – no matter how you say it – many of us are interested in on-selling much-loved items and not just to claw back some money.
Toys for grown ups.

18 April, 2017

Toys for grown ups

Remember the satisfaction of spending hours putting together a time-intensive toy or game? Then marvelling at what your two tiny hands could create? That same satisfaction can be gained as an adult.
Don’t forget to grab what’s yours.

11 April, 2017

Don’t forget to grab what’s yours

Are you aged between 18 and 65 and living in New Zealand? Make sure you get your $521 from the government into your KiwiSaver account before the end of June. Read more ...
What a difference two years makes.

11 April, 2017

What a difference two years makes

National’s proposed increase in the age of eligibility for NZ Super means anyone born after 1 January 1974 would miss out on $40-60,000 they would have previously expected from the government.

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