The cyclical bull market in US shares is now over 10 years old. This makes it the longest since WW2. A bull market is defined as a market in which share prices are rising, encouraging buying.
Where the US economy goes is critical to the outlook for shares, including the Australian share market.
This article discusses why economists are expecting US – and hence global and Australian – shares to experience further growth in the next 6-12 months.
Here are some interesting lessons that have been learnt from investing over the last 35 years.
Here is a bit more information on yesterday’s interest rate cut, and what it might mean for you…
The end of financial year is fast approaching and this year, June 30 falls on a Sunday. If you’re after a tax deduction for a last-minute super contribution, there are a few things to know otherwise you could miss out.
A big welcome to Zoe Parker, who will be joining the Casey Wealth team as our new administration assistant! Zoe has been helping Lisa and Haley out in the office over the past couple of weeks, and will start with us full time in July, once she is back from her holiday to Europe. We’re very excited to have a fresh face in the office!
With the Federal election decided and the Liberal/ National Party Coalition returned to Government, what can we expect for superannuation and especially for self-managed superannuation funds?
The biggest home price fall in the last 40 years – but it may not get much worse.
With the Coalition returning to Government following Saturday’s Federal Election, it is likely to be business as usual for the Australian economy…
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