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See how you can work around common money traps so you've got cash today, tomorrow and in the future. In your 20s, you might be saving for an overseas trip, eyeing a new car, looking for your own pad, or simply trying to keep your wardrobe up-to-date, and have cash left over for Saturday night....
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By Laurentine Ten Bosch, Food Matters We live in a world of plastic. Plastic cups, bottles, plates, packaging – our plastic society is putting the world's ecosystem at risk, but there are some simple steps we can take to change our wasteful habits. We wrote an article late last year “Are you still using plastic...
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By Laurentine Ten Bosch, Food Matters Aging is an inevitable process that happens gradually over time. Though this often begins as an external process, as we mature we begin to notice internal changes as well. How fast we age, however, is a variable that is strongly influenced by belief, lifestyle, diet and nutritional supplements. Accelerated...
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How do you go about choosing a restaurant, a new car or, or a dishwasher? Chances are you begin by looking online at consumer ratings and asking friends for their opinions. Understandably, we look for shortcuts when making decisions and a common shortcut is to assume that past performance will continue in the future. Certainly,...
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How do you go about choosing a restaurant, a new car or, or a dishwasher? Chances are you begin by looking online at consumer ratings and asking friends for their opinions. Understandably, we look for shortcuts when making decisions and a common shortcut is to assume that past performance will continue in the future. Certainly,...
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Money can make us anxious no matter how much we manage to save. Investors who succeed in building large portfolios and those with much more modest portfolios often share the same worry of whether they are saving enough – despite the difference in their wealth. For instance, a New York Times article, I’m rich, and...
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Fear is a factor in many of our investment decisions. Now, that’s not always a bad thing because fear can be an effective motivator that overcomes another great emotional roadblock for investors – procrastination. Fear can come in many shapes and flavours for investors. There is the fear of not having enough saved for retirement...
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Fear is a factor in many of our investment decisions. Now, that’s not always a bad thing because fear can be an effective motivator that overcomes another great emotional roadblock for investors – procrastination. Fear can come in many shapes and flavours for investors. There is the fear of not having enough saved for retirement...
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Perhaps the most common trap for share investors is to concentrate too much on the daily movements in share prices. This can give investors a misleading impression of their investment performance and encourage them to overreact to short-term market shifts. In turn, this can lead to following the, often emotionally-driven, investment herd in and out...
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Are you the friend that shouts more than what you can afford, or the one that’s happy with a handout because no one knows struggle street like you do? When it comes to money and people’s behaviour, you may have a few labels or preferred ways of describing those nearest and dearest to you -...
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