Annabelle Dickson

Annabelle is a journalist for The New Investor & New Adviser, specialising in financial markets. Annabelle obtained her degree in journalism at the University of Technology Sydney and is a keen story hunter with a knack for distilling complex information.
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Got lost Super? Be careful who you trust

Superannuation members should be on high alert if using third parties to consolidate or locate their super to ensure the safety of their retirement savings.

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ASX technology shares should not be overlooked

Australian investors seeking growth opportunities should not overlook a select group of Australian technology stocks that withstood the pandemic and have strong growth prospects.

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Did Bitcoin (BTC) fail to provide protection during COVID-19?

The world’s biggest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, failed to provide investors with any diversification or risk mitigation benefit when share markets sold off in the past few months. Instead, Bitcoin has tracked the US S&P 500 Index very closely for some time.

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Platinum Asset Management funds downgraded

Investing in one of the Platinum Asset Management Ltd (ASX: PTM) funds to gain international share market exposure is no longer a done deal after it had a mixed outcome in its latest research ratings, with three funds downgraded and one upgraded to gold.

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Growth fund managers snuff value investors once again

Australian fund managers using a growth style strategy continue to show their wares in the first quarter of 2020, faring better than their value investing counterparts across Australian equity funds, falling only slightly less than the benchmark.