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Economic Indicators: Unemployment Data
Unemployment is one of the key economic indicators that describes the labour market conditions in a country. Most developed countries such as Australia use internationally agreed standard to define unemployment.
Posted on 26 Feb, 2016
Author: Simon Herrmann Comments View now
Economic Indicators: Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is an economic indicator which records the level of goods and services produced within any given nation’s economy. It is one of the most important economic indicators for a country, as it assists in recording the level of o
Posted on 24 Feb, 2016
Author: Ben Khouri Comments View now
Economic Indicators: Balance of Payments (BOP)
The Balance of Payments is an economic indicator and the overall record of all economic transactions of a country. It is an important macro-economic indicator that helps a country’s Reserve Bank to gauge the economic trends in the past, and create mone
Posted on 09 Feb, 2016
Author: Simon Herrmann Comments View now
What are Dividends? –Dividend Definition and Basics
A dividend, also known as distribution, is a portion of a company’s profits that the company may decide to distribute to its shareholders. Dividends are usually a percentage of a company’s earnings, which is called the dividend payout ratio.
Posted on 03 Feb, 2016
Author: Simon Herrmann Comments View now
An Introduction to Technical Analysis
Technical Analysis is a technique or methodology for analysing securities with the primary goal to predict future price directions based on historical chart patterns.
Posted on 21 Dec, 2015
Author: Simon Herrmann Comments View now
ASX 200 Explained - What is the ASX 200?
ASX stands for 'Australian Securities Exchange'. The ASX200 was created in 2000 and is a benchmark index which consists of the 200 most traded and largest public companies listed on the ASX.
Posted on 30 Sep, 2015
Author: Matthew Dibb Comments View now
What is an IPO?
An Initial Public Offering (IPO), also known as a ‘float or ‘going public”, is the initial sale of a private company’s stock to the public before it lists on the stock exchange.
Posted on 24 Sep, 2015
Author: Simon Herrmann Comments View now

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