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The naked truth about fake news and how to recognise it

In an era of fake news, it’s getting more difficult to separate fact from fiction. Yet it’s imperative we do so because the consequences for being deceived can be enormous.

Nicholas Way | 1st May 2024 | More
Welcome to The Golden Times

Retirees face challenges and opportunities. At The Golden Times, our ambition is to assist you navigate the former – especially financial – while revealing the new vista of opportunities a secure and dignified retirement can bring.

Nicholas Way | 10th Apr 2024 | More
  • Most billionaires now inherit their money, as great wealth transfer begins

    It’s the first time in nine editions of the UBS Billionaire Ambitions Report that the ultra-rich inherited more money than they earned through entrepreneurship, suggesting the $68 trillion intergenerational wealth transfer is already well under way.

    Lisa Uhlman | 13th Dec 2023 | More
    To tap the US tech boom, a quality approach helps filter out the froth

    Focussing on the quality of a company and how it’s likely to perform is a key part of a high-conviction strategy, says fund manager Claremont Global. It’s also a useful strategy for investors who want access to the AI-fuelled tech phenomenon in the US without getting caught up in the noise.

    Lisa Uhlman | 6th Dec 2023 | More
  • Geopolitical risks ebb and flow, but investors may regret ignoring China

    Tensions in Australia’s relationship with China, along with our neighbour’s weak growth other headwinds, have Australians shying off investing in the world’s second largest economy. But given the countries’ deep connections, ignoring China is easier said than done.

    Staff Writer | 6th Dec 2023 | More
    As banks unite to stop scams, seniors group says more is needed

    The banking industry’s Scam-Safe Accord aims to “put scammers out of business” through six coordinated initiatives, including name and biometric checks. It’s a good first step for protecting older Australians, who are disproportionately affected by scams, an advocacy group says.

    Lisa Uhlman | 29th Nov 2023 | More
    Australians pay third-most globally for internet, but shopping around can help

    Only Norwegians and Icelanders pay more than Australians for internet access, and Australia’s fixed broadband speeds rank a dismal 92nd globally. But consumers, even those on a fixed income, shouldn’t despair: a little research can save a lot of money.

    Lisa Uhlman | 29th Nov 2023 | More
    Responsible investors approach critical mass in Australia, but ESG’s hurdles still high

    Greenwashing is still the biggest barrier to uptake of responsible investment strategies, but this and other challenges the ESG sector are facing now are also signs of a proliferating market that’s just picking up speed.

    Lisa Uhlman | 22nd Nov 2023 | More
    Australians lose $16B in retirement savings to legacy investment products: FSC

    Calling for a product modernisation framework to remove barriers that stop investors from moving to better investments, the peak body said current rules keep too many people stuck in dated, underperforming products, costing retirees and the government big money.

    Lisa Uhlman | 22nd Nov 2023 | More
  • Weak October markets show mounting pressures weighing on sentiment

    The ASX 200 fell 3.8 per cent over the month, the biggest fall this year, as investors sought to understand the impact of war, economic factors and other concerns on markets at home and abroad, according to Selfwealth.

    Lisa Uhlman | 15th Nov 2023 | More
    ASIC warns of scam investment opportunities in new alert list

    The list targets domestic and international entities the regulator suspects of offering services to Australians without the appropriate licenses or permission. It already contains more than 1,300 names.

    Staff Writer | 15th Nov 2023 | More
    As world pushes towards net zero, one question is key: Who pays for it?

    The global energy transition is an unstoppable process with major questions marks still hanging over it, not least among them the economic implications of super-cheap energy once the transition is complete, according to ClearBridge Investments’ Nick Langley.

    Lisa Uhlman | 15th Nov 2023 | More
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