Entries by Grant Chapman

Quarterly Market Update – May 2018

Watch the Quarterly Market Update for May 2018 by Beulah Capital’s Director, Tom Elliott and CEO, Christian Ryan – part of the Investment Management team for Fintech Private Portfolios. Topics mentioned in this video update include: Banks and the Royal Commission Australian Dollar Risks and Investment Opportunities Takeovers and Mergers Activist Investing

Quarterly Market Update – August 2017

Quarterly Share Market & Investment Update by Tom Elliott, Director of Beulah Capital with Christian Ryan; CEO of Beulah Capital; Investment Managers for “Fintech Private Portfolios”. Tom and Christian provide a short overview of what has happened in share markets recently, an update on key investment strategies and how Fintech Private Portfolios are positioned to maximise […]

What does the 2017-2018 Federal Budget Mean To You?

On Tuesday 9 May 2017, the Treasurer, Scott Morrison, released the Government’s 2017-18 Budget. The Treasurer has handed down a politically correct “tax, spend, build” budget. The big five Australian banks (ANZ, CBA, Macquarie, NAB and Westpac) will wear a new levy on their liabilities to partly fund the unwinding of spending cuts; and an […]

Quarterly Market Update – September 2016

Quarterly Share Market & Investment Update by Tom Elliott, Director of Beulah Capital with Christian Ryan; CEO of Beulah Capital; Investment Managers for “Fintech Private Portfolios”. Tom and Christian provide a short overview of what has happened in share markets recently, an update on key investment strategies and how Fintech Private Portfolios are positioned to maximise […]

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Super Changes Open A Window Of Opportunity

The bringing back of annual NCCs and ’2 year bring-forward’ rules Sound confusing? Well it is quite complex, as there are a number of ways the changes can be applied depending on your circumstances. Let me explain. On 15 September 2016, Treasurer Scott Morrison and Minister for Revenue and Financial Services Kelly Dwyer announced significant […]