Below you will find some recent articles either prepared by Martin or where he has commented on topical issues.
Have a look at this interesting article from interest.co.nz, Martin Hawes and Jenee Tibshraeny cover an asset allocation scenario and discuss portfolio diversification.
Martin Hawes, is calling for the Government to go a step further in tweaking legislation to allow over 65-year-olds to join KiwiSaver.
Kiwis can dig into the performance of their KiwiSaver fund with a new tool released by investment watchdog the Financial Markets Authority.
The FMA has published KiwiSaver data in an interactive format to prompt discussion, engagement and debate on the relationship between investment risk, returns and fees.
Stuff - March 4 2018
In this, my last column for the Sunday Star-Times, I come back to something which has been a common theme: making the most of your money and becoming wealthy.
If you are serious about becoming wealthy, you had best start saving.
That is according to a five-year study by Thomas Corley who interviewed 177 self-made millionaires (it is also my own belief based on experience).
This is not a recommendation to buy or sell any financial product and does not take your personal circumstances into account. All opinions reflect our judgement on the date of communication and may change without notice. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance. We recommend you take financial advice before making investment decisions. We have prepared this web page in good faith based on information obtained from other sources, but we do not guarantee the accuracy of that information. We do not make any representation or warranty (express or implied) that this web page is accurate, complete, or current and to the maximum extent permitted by law disclaim any liability for loss which may be incurred by any person relying on this web page.