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HSBC Online Share Trading
  • Receive up to $600 in brokerage rebates* for your first 20 trades. Trades must be completed within 3 months of opening a new Online Share Trading Account.
  • Trade from $15.95 per trade to the value of $15,000 and 0.11% for trades over $15,000.
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ANZ Share Investing
  • Trade from $19.95
  • Free independent research to make informed decisions
  • Trade on 11 international markets
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Bell Direct
  • 2 Seconds Placement Guarantee
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  • Free broker research
  • Free end of year report for tax purposes
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Shares vs savings accounts

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Now is the time to borrow and invest

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Do you understand your investment loans?

A Westpac financial adviser, Robert Tindall, provided negligent and misleading advice to Westpac Sunshine Coast customers Mark and Loretta Jamieson who did not understand their loans, the Queensland Court of Appeal has ruled. Read full article

Triple benefits to borrowing to invest in property

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Investors are turning away from shares to deposits

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Investment Guides

5 things to consider when choosing shares

Building a successful investment portfolio comes down to having a good strategy and that starts with choosing the right shares. Read full article

5 things to consider when choosing margin loans

When it comes to choosing a margin loan, its your needs that matter most. That means comparing providers to find the best deal for you. Read full article

Key terms you should know about margin loans

Margin loans help build your investment portfolio faster, but its important to understand the lingo. Here are some common terms explained. Read full article

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When it comes to your finances, it pays to make the right choice. Choose your Investment service on your terms – not the banks’.


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