Dale Gillham

Dale Gillham

Dale Gillham

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Dale Gillham is a sought after key note speaker and author of the best selling book 'How to Beat the Managed Funds by 20%'. He is renowned for his upfront and straightforward share market commentary, sought after by many major newspapers and magazines around Australia, as well as national television including National Nine News and Sky News. In this blog he talks about all things relating to shares and investment, with particular focus on how to invest your money wisely.

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Are you really an entrepreneur? Probably not.

“I’m an entrepreneur”. Youngprenuer, Mumpreneur, Investorprenuer – it seems these days that everyone is their own business idol. I put to you that if one calls themselves an entrepreneur, then they probably aren’t one. If other people call you an entrepreneur, then you probably are – word of people’s success spreads like wildfire, and if you… Continue reading Are you really an entrepreneur? Probably not.

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Aussie dollar to be worth US$1.20 within 12 months

Everyone is talking up whether our dollar will reach parity with the US. In my opinion, the Australian dollar will not only reach parity but move to between $1.10 and $1.20 over the next 6 to 12 months.

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Are wealth creation seminars all they are cracked up to be?

I read with interest an article in the September Choice magazine on option educators and their wealth creation seminars.

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Interest rates: to fix or not to fix?

The issue confronting a lot of Australian’s right now is whether or not to fix interest rates on their housing loans. The banks have already raised their fixed interest rates potentially in an effort to entice home owners to lock in a rate now before they rise again. So should Australians be looking at locking in a fixed rate? To answer this, let’s look at where interest rates are heading over the coming years.

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Is superannuation really that super?

With the changes announced by the government’s recent budget in regard to superannuation, many investors are now looking to top up their super fund prior to the end of the financial year. But I would question whether this is really a wise move.

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