Upfront Investor 28-03-13 | The Market is a Perception of the Future

The world’s financial industry is concentrating on the debt crisis in Cyprus and as a result markets have finally started to fall away after being bullish. Whilst the situation in Cyprus is a concern what is occurring on the markets right now is quite normal. In this I don’t mean that the financial mess that  […read more]

Upfront Investor 22-03-13 | How Far Should The Regulation Spotlight Point?

Last week I talked about changes to the financial planning industry and how the government proposes to stop conflicted remuneration. I think this is a positive step in the right direction but I do question the government’s seemingly narrow focus on the financial planning industry. For example why is the regulation spotlight not also pointed  […read more]

Ask Dale Gillham Share Trading Tips 19-03-13 BlueScope Steel Limited (BSL)

Hi everyone, ‘Ask Dale’ is a segment where each fortnight I review one listed company from the Australian share market, suggested by our Facebook subscribers. If you would like me to review a stock that you either currently hold or are looking to trade then please post your suggestion in the comments section of the ‘Ask  […read more]

Upfront Investor 15-03-13 | Financial Freedom Takes Commitment

The past few weeks has seen many announcements regarding changes in the financial services industry, including Financial Planners become degree qualified and conflicted remuneration. These changes have essentially come as a result of the GFC and Storm Financial collapse however will they encourage more people to use a financial planner? Current statistics suggest that roughly  […read more]

Upfront Investor 08-03-13 | How Not To Be An Average Investor

The other day I was interviewed for an investment property magazine, on a very interesting topic. The discussion centred on consensus that when it comes to investing, share traders are generally more sophisticated than property investors. It might surprise you to hear that I totally disagree with this observation – in my opinion I believe  […read more]

Ask Dale Gillham Share Trading Tips 06-03-13 Linc Energy Limited (LNC)

Hi everyone, ‘Ask Dale’ is a segment where each fortnight I review one listed company from the Australian share market, suggested by our Facebook subscribers. If you would like me to review a stock that you either currently hold or are looking to trade then please post your suggestion in the comments section of the ‘Ask  […read more]

Nine Tips for Choosing a Super Fund | Janine Cox 01-03-13 Women’s Agenda

Have you ever stood in an ice-cream shop trying to decide which of the 100 flavours to have? You ask yourself, “do you play it safe or go for something new and exciting?” When it comes to choosing your superannuation it’s a bit like being at the ice-cream parlour, only you don’t get to enjoy  […read more]

Upfront Investor 01-03-13 | Is Our Market Beginning to Slow?

Last week I talked about the fact that the market may be close to making a short term top, and that generally “The market takes the stairs up and the elevator down”. When close to a market top we see bullishness slow as the big players and educated traders start taking profits, whilst the uneducated  […read more]

Leading Company | 10 Ways to Profit from Shares – Dale Gillham 22/2/2013

This week, Dale was featured in an article for Leading Company. Click here to read the full article   Dale Gillham Chief Analyst, Wealth Within Dale Gillham, ‘one of the country’s most respected analysts’ (Wealth Creator Magazine, Nov/Dec 2004), sought after key note speaker and author of the best selling book ‘How to Beat the Managed  […read more]

Upfront Investor 22-02-2013 | The Market Takes the Stairs Up and the Elevator Down

“The market takes the stairs up and the elevator down” is an old adage that would be familiar to those experienced in the share market. This investment motto refers to the fact that when bullish, the share market generally paces slowly upwards, pausing for brief periods before continuing to rise – similar to climbing a  […read more]