Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 11 December 2017 Hang in there, dudes and dudettes. You’re nearly done. There’s only a week or two to go until most of us … Read More Christmas is coming! Hang in there!
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 4 December 2017 So, we now have a royal commission into the banking sector. A bloody big microscope is bound to find some really … Read More Royal commission to miss property investment
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 13 November 2017 Surveys, yardsticks and statistics – if you care about your own personal finance, these are usually a staple part of your information … Read More Time for Twits to take note
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 30 October 2017 It can be a headache of super proportions. And once thought about is something too many banish from their minds. “What … Read More Take control and avoid super pain
The stakes are high, the gearing a bit dizzy … it’s a love affair that keeps Australians smitten, even though so many are so bad at this game. Property … Read More Property pitfalls to steer clear of
If you want to scare the crap out of yourself, just for fun, go google “mortgage stress”. I did. Turns out catastrophe is about a heart beat away. Apparently, … Read More Chill – A housing apocalypse is not coming
With a world of investment opportunity out there … why would anyone focus their attention on interest rates on savings? Why? Sadly, because everyone still needs to hold … Read More Cash as king is dead. Where to now for the folding stuff?
Huge financial disasters, by their very nature, come from positions where the greatest risks are taken. Sometimes, this is simply rampant stupidity. When a big punt is made and caution … Read More Biggest risks can be in property
There are some things in life I simply won’t do. There is an equal amount Mrs DebtMan also refuses to lift a finger on. Sometimes, this is simply demarcation. Lines … Read More If you need help find an adviser
Is it possible to hold too much cash? If that sounds crazy, like a trick question, that’s because it is. And, therefore, the answer is the opposite of what you … Read More Yes, you can have too much cash