What is Online Share Trading?

Online share trading is simply buying and selling stocks (or shares) in a company over the internet. Because online trading is often cheaper and more [...]

POSTED ON October 9, 2017
What is an Online Broker?

Wrapping your head around the world of shares and stock prices isn’t an easy task. Hiring an online investment broker can help you implement an [...]

POSTED ON September 25, 2017
Think you’ll never own property? Think again

Between investor competition and skyrocketing property prices, first-time home buyers have been having a hard time getting into the property market. But for some, a [...]

POSTED ON June 7, 2017
Retirement savings: How to invest for your future

Retirement doesn’t come cheap. If you’re hoping to maintain a comfortable standard of living long after ceasing work, it’s worth looking into investment options beyond [...]

POSTED ON May 9, 2017
How to make your money grow without property

If you've been working hard and saving, investing can help multiply your hard-earned cash. So what are your options other than buying property? Here's a [...]

POSTED ON May 8, 2017
5 things to consider when choosing shares

Whether you’re looking for an income now, growth for the future, or a combination of both, you need to select the shares that are going [...]

POSTED ON October 28, 2016
CommSec offers 5.5 per cent cash rate

The country's biggest online broker has a two-tiered pricing structure, depending on whether you are an internet-preferred or a standard customer.Internet-preferred customers have a CommSec [...]

POSTED ON April 15, 2011
E*Trade offers international share trading

In November, E*Trade dropped its brokerage rate from $32.95 to $19.95 per trade. E*Trade has focused its development on tax reporting and international trading services.In [...]

POSTED ON April 15, 2011
Westpac investor account has high rate

Last month, Westpac introduced a brokerage rate $19.95 for customers who open a Westpac Cash Investment Account.The Westpac Cash Investment Account is paying a variable [...]

POSTED ON April 15, 2011
St George predicts winter rate rise

The Reserve Bank will continue its upward cycle of rate rises in May or June, according to St George chief economist Besa Deda. "You have [...]

POSTED ON February 7, 2011