Far Out! The taxman proves the trend is your friend.

Far Out! The taxman proves the trend is your friend.

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Market Matters with Jono Barratt

Jonathan_expWhile the Balkans smouldered in the background last week, there was optimism in the markets with confidence gaining across the board. With all the major indices up, we have a good platform for the markets to continue their rally this week.

Technically we are at the top of the range, so if everything lines up nicely we could be looking for a breakout. Fingers crossed.

Jason Cunningham – the taxman loves a trading plan

jason_expAccountants and tax audits never lie.

Hear the results of the Trading Game trading plan audit and the irrefutable differences between those who made money in the markets and those who didn’t. You can also download your free trading plan template.

Fascinating information from inside the tax vault, which proves the trend is your friend.

Also hear Jason’s view on the evolution of self-managed super funds and why he advocates managing them if you have the time, the nous and the knowhow.

Louise Bedford – the importance of desire

louise_expLouise tells you to stoke the fire in your belly and get clear about your desires.
Desire gives you the zest and energy in life and it is desire that drags your actions into success so you can excel.

Spine tingling words from one of Australia’s best-selling authors of books on the sharemarket.

Caroline Stephen interviews Mentoree – Colin McKenzie, plus Trading Trivia

010_COR1476Colin McKenzie has had his fair share of losing trades when the scary cancer word catapulted into his life. While the surgeon was cutting out the tumour, his business partner was knifing him in the back.

We hear how trading gave him a point of focus and why calling the shots means even more to him now. It takes a lot to break this Queenslander’s spirit.

And, in Trading Trivia, we hear about Ancient Rome and the origin of our first share market.

Additional Music by Kevin MacLeod http://www.incompetech.com

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