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Your used car is a-ppreciating. Seriously.

Australia’s most popular new car in 2018, the Toyota Hilux, has a private sale value equivalent to the original MSRP of $56,000 today. The global used car price index is up 37.1% in August 2021 compared to the same month in 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic. Surging used car valuations have been the result of global manufacturing shortages that are beginning to normalise amid the

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Your used car is a-ppreciating. Seriously.

Australia’s most popular new car in 2018, the Toyota Hilux, has a private sale value equivalent to the original MSRP of $56,000 today. The global used car price index is up 37.1% in August 2021 compared to the same month in 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic. Surging used car valuations have been the result of global manufacturing shortages that are beginning to normalise amid the

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$415 million sugar hit for the underdogs as Afterpay investors cash in.

BNPL companies add $415 million to their collective value on Afterpay acquisition news. Zip Co surged $376 million in value, while Sezzle added $23 million & Humm gained $16 million on Afterpay’s

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The new trend electrifying our roads

Electric cars are powering up in Australia, with sales of electric cars, motorbikes and trucks surging by 60% in the last 12 months.   Battery powered vehicle registrations doubled to 23,000 according

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What is shorting?

Short selling (or ‘shorting’) inverts the most basic rule of investment, which is to buy low and sell high. Investors who short sell bet on stocks they believe will go down. Short

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What are bonds?

Bonds are like IOU notes. Bonds are a form of debt broken up into smaller parts and sold to investors. In finance, bonds are referred to as Fixed Income Securities.

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How to buy shares

Shares represent part ownership of a business, and can be bought by anyone legally able to acquire them on the share market. Individuals can buy shares through managed funds, crowdfunding and employee

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What is an IPO?

An IPO (or Initial Public Offering) provides a first impression of a company according to the stock market. An IPO is the very first time a company opens itself up to sell

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$415 million sugar hit for the underdogs as Afterpay investors cash in.

BNPL companies add $415 million to their collective value on Afterpay acquisition news. Zip Co surged $376 million in value, while Sezzle added $23 million & Humm gained $16 million on Afterpay’s

...read more

The new trend electrifying our roads

Electric cars are powering up in Australia, with sales of electric cars, motorbikes and trucks surging by 60% in the last 12 months.   Battery powered vehicle registrations doubled to 23,000 according

...read more

What is shorting?

Short selling (or ‘shorting’) inverts the most basic rule of investment, which is to buy low and sell high. Investors who short sell bet on stocks they believe will go down. Short

...read more

What are bonds?

Bonds are like IOU notes. Bonds are a form of debt broken up into smaller parts and sold to investors. In finance, bonds are referred to as Fixed Income Securities.

...read more

How to buy shares

Shares represent part ownership of a business, and can be bought by anyone legally able to acquire them on the share market. Individuals can buy shares through managed funds, crowdfunding and employee

...read more

What is an IPO?

An IPO (or Initial Public Offering) provides a first impression of a company according to the stock market. An IPO is the very first time a company opens itself up to sell

...read more

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