For this month’s Hudson Newsletter, I wanted to expand on the information I presented in my Tuesday Chat this week – the idea of ESG Investing (Ethical, Social and Governance). This investing simply put, is applying non financial criteria as a part of an analysis of whether to invest in a certain company. Or not.
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Written by Ivan Fletcher The outpouring of grief for the atrocities committed by Russia on the people of Ukraine has... View Article
Does anyone remember all the superannuation promises declared in the Federal Budget announcements in May last year? It feels like a lifetime ago, particularly when considering all the other events that have transpired between then and now.
Just as how we have an instinct to flee from danger or brace for an impact, falling markets can cause an instinctive response to sell shares and get away from a seemingly bad situation. The difference with share investing however is that the reality of the danger is often already incorporated into prices.
If you already have a mindset of paying yourself first, you are more than half way to giving your future self the lifestyle you want.
Hudson clients are well aware that borrowing to invest in growth assets can be a magnifier when creating wealth.
We are often told in our working life to work smarter, not harder. This often involves better managing your time, knowing what needs to be done and focusing on a high priority task so you can focus on one task at a time. The same philosophy can be applied to investing: have a focused strategy, knowing the key to accumulating wealth is using your savings and surplus cashflow to invest growth assets and repeating the process over and over.
Following on from my introduction to Jason Williams last week, Jason has put together a quick snapshot of the sort... View Article
Written by Aaron Alston. you make when you have acquired an asset after 19 September 1985. There are exceptions to the rule: the main one being the family home.
Written by Juanita Wrenn. If you have more than one loan it may be a good idea to roll them into one consolidated loan. With such a low interest rate environment the benefits are incredible, all things considered.