Noosapalooza® 2015 Trading and Investment Conference

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At The Chartist we like to do things differently, spectacularly. Our trading and investment conference was never going to be like any other conference. We wanted delegates to experience the fun and beauty of Noosa as well as expanding on their trading and investment knowledge.

Delegates first had the chance to mix and mingle over dinner and drinks poolside at Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas with entertainment by X Factor semi finalist Andrew Lawson.

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Making the Most of Your SMSF

Are you making the most of your SMSF? Managing your SMSF correctly is so important that The Chartist have dedicated a full session on the set up, management and benefits of having a SMSF at Noosapalooza™ trading and investment conference, 29-31 July 2015.

In the video below Trish Radge, Client Liaison Manager at The Chartist, introduces the Noosapalooza™ SMSF session:

We hope you can make it to Noosapalooza™. You can view the exciting program here then plan and book your trip. We hope to see you in Noosa, 29-31 July 2015.

Our goal is to ensure that you are investing safely and making the most of your SMSF.

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Unholy Grails – A Proven Strategy for Self-Managed Super Funds

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At last! Sensible Self Managed Super advice is here!

By Nick Radge

Nick Radge stopped following the pack many years ago. As a futures trader, stock trader, futures broker, stock broker and fund manager, Nick learnt to recognise what the pack were doing and how they react to financial information. He also realised that it made no sense.

Are you one of the pack? Here’s a test:
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Trend Following – an effective strategy for SMSFs?

Is trend following an effective strategy for your SMSF? Asks Nick Radge.

A recent release from The Industry Super Network (ISN), the umbrella organization for industry super funds in Australia, suggests that high embedded fees, including commissions to financial planners, is the main cause for the poor performance of for-profit retail super funds. And, according to Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) data, the average return for retail funds over the last 13-years has been 3.6% and 5.5% for industry funds. Read more

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The Real Deal With Self-Managed Super Funds

Self-Managed Super funds are funds for up to 5 menbers. Superannuation is the biggest material investment most people will make in their lives, yet it remains a mystery to many. Millions of workers are free to choose where they will put their superannuation money. For many, superannuation can be the largest personal asset outside the family home but poor investment choices can greatly impact retirement planning and expected lifestyle.
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