The idea of steady as she goes retirement savings is not as achievable as the conventional view suggests. Carmel Fisher discusses a different way of thinking.
Disruptive companies and technology doesn’t always mean the incumbent is out of the picture — take a look at hotels flourishing even in the face of Airbnb.
KiwiSaver is ten years old this week — we think everyone should be celebrating!
Finding a balance on the work/life front means negotiating a middle ground: work hard — harder than your competitors — but don’t go crazy.
Hedge fund managers are an interesting breed — read about recent insights from US$3 trillion hedge fund industry.
In what is believed to be a first for New Zealand fund managers, leading KiwiSaver provider Fisher Funds has announced it is banning investments in thermal coal producers across all portfolios following a review of its responsible investing policy.
As much as I don’t like disagreeing with an investing guru, I guess it’s a timely reminder to understand the difference between general advice, personalised advice and plain old opinion.
Carmel looks at how other countries solve their housing crises — Australia sets up a corporation; Italy gives away historic castles and monasteries!
Snapchat — is it worth the hype? Investors may be left wondering if the product’s disappearing act was a premonition for the share price to go the same way.
Dope, weed, pot — call it what you will — marijuana is becoming a big industry for medicinal and recreational use. Investors have got excited but who will make the money when the smoke clears?
Carmel Fisher shares The White Coat Investor’s thoughts on how to feel rich whatever your worth. Read more ...
How to achieve the right amount of busy-ness when leaving business. Carmel Fisher discusses how she’s planning on filling her days without a full-time executive job.
Recommerce, second-hand, recycled, vintage – no matter how you say it – many of us are interested in on-selling much-loved items and not just to claw back some money.
Remember the satisfaction of spending hours putting together a time-intensive toy or game? Then marvelling at what your two tiny hands could create? That same satisfaction can be gained as an adult.