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What’s up with the share market right now?

Talk about dramatic. Facebook's share price had such a giant fall this week, it was worth like $300 billion less on Friday afternoon than it was on Friday morning. While it grabbed a lot of headlines, it was just the... Continue Reading →

Should you be worried about markets right now? Yes and No

It's that time in the cycle when we start getting a lot of negative headlines about share markets. October certainly has a bad rep for market wobbles - or massive tantrums, as the case may be. The crash that ushered... Continue Reading →

Kick your fears to the curb: how to start investing

Scared to start investing? Here's how to overcome your fears

Lower than Britney’s jeans: what interest rate cuts mean for you

If the sharemarket was a 20-something girl, it would be pre-drinking Breezers and doing its makeup right now. It's just getting warmed up, I reckon.

A small request not to freak the hell out about the world right now

Sure things aren't perfect. Sure we are facing an outbreak of Coronavirus, but maybe it's best to just sit yourself down like Elle Woods watching hot guys play sport. (On TV though, to be safe). Of course, some people will... Continue Reading →

If you can shop for clothes, you can shop for shares

"Nobody in my family has ever bought shares. It's all new to me. I'd like to be able to do it myself. Is there an 'easy way'? Probably not." This is part of a message I got from an old... Continue Reading →

Why investing is just like wearing false eyelashes: the pep talk you’ve been waiting for

A long time ago I bought a variety box from Sephora that came with a set of Huda Beauty false eyelashes.  I often looked wistfully at this wonderful creation. If only I were that kind of woman. You know, the... Continue Reading →

Investing 101 – Explained in shoes. Because, why not?

There is one important things that bad-arse, grown-up ladies do with their money. And no, it's not buy designer handbags. Ok  maybe some do - but that's not what this post is about. No, what really grown-up ladies do is... Continue Reading →

3 money lessons I’d give my 21-year-old self

My first degree was Arts, with Honours in English literature. If you want to know about Latin declensions or 19th century novelists, I'm your girl. I don't tell you this to impress you (although, feel free to be impressed), but to... Continue Reading →

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