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University regrets.

21 July, 2017

University regrets

Research, research, research what to study at University — check trends, statistics and pay rates during a university career to try and minimise regrets.
Investing highlights & lowlights — June 2017.

07 July, 2017

Investing highlights & lowlights — June 2017

A snapshot from Fisher Funds of the key factors driving the performance of Markets and Funds for June 2017. Learn more ...
Hotels hitting back at Airbnb.

07 July, 2017

Hotels hitting back at Airbnb

Disruptive companies and technology doesn’t always mean the incumbent is out of the picture — take a look at hotels flourishing even in the face of Airbnb.
Work life balance.

23 June, 2017

Work life balance

Finding a balance on the work/life front means negotiating a middle ground: work hard — harder than your competitors — but don’t go crazy.
Over the hedge.

16 June, 2017

Over the hedge

Hedge fund managers are an interesting breed — read about recent insights from US$3 trillion hedge fund industry.
Unrealistic expectations.

12 June, 2017

Unrealistic expectations

We all expect our goods and services to be delivered super quick these days, but if you promise it, you better deliver.
To the Finance Department, with love ....

07 June, 2017

To the Finance Department, with love ...

It was great meeting so many Fisher Funds clients at the recent roadshows. As your new Chief Executive, it’s been an excellent introduction to the business.
Investing highlights & lowlights — May 2017.

07 June, 2017

Investing highlights & lowlights — May 2017

A snapshot from Fisher Funds of the key factors driving the performance of Markets and Funds for May 2017. Learn more ...
Investing responsibly is investing wisely.

07 June, 2017

Investing responsibly is investing wisely

Frank Jasper explains what responsible investing means to Fisher Funds
When a guru loses his mojo.

02 June, 2017

When a guru loses his mojo

As much as I don’t like disagreeing with an investing guru, I guess it’s a timely reminder to understand the difference between general advice, personalised advice and plain old opinion.

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