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  1. 10 December 2021

    Spotlight on: IPOs

    FMA editorial team talks about IPOs and things to look out for before you invest.
  2. 1 December 2021

    Spotlight on: Balanced Funds

    The FMA editorial team talks about managed funds in this article. “A balanced fund usually has moderate risk, so you’re not risking as much uncertainty of achieving your investing goals or as much potential for loss by being in one. But remember to check your fund type is still good for your situation – if you’re getting closer to retirement or buying that first home, it’s time to start thinking about a more conservative fund.”
  3. 24 November 2021

    FMA investor profile - Rory Lynch

    This FMA Investor Profile focusses on Rory Lynch. While completing a finance major during university, it dawned on Rory that he ought to start thinking about his financial future and putting his education to good use. This seeded the start of his investing journey and he’s taken a self-directed, data-driven approach to investing ever since.
  4. 21 September 2021

    Do your due diligence or research

    FMA article that provides you with a list of questions you should ask yourself when you're doing your due diligence about a potential investment.
  5. 20 September 2021

    FMA investor profile - Carren Stuart

    In this month’s FMA investor profile, rest home caregiver Carren Stuart describes her transition from a burnt share buyer in the 1980s into an empowered DIY investing platform user in the 2020s.
  6. 23 August 2021

    FMA investor profile - Jeanette Miller

    Our latest investor profile focussing on NZ Shareholders’ Association member, Jeanette Miller who describes in her own words her investing style and journey, and shares her favourite advice.
  7. 6 August 2021

    The Great FMA Debate

    FMA Debates give industry heavyweights the chance to face off in public in a light-hearted, competitive debate over important matters affecting Kiwi investors.