How the 2020 Budget affects job seekers

How the 2020 Budget affects job seekers
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On Tuesday night, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2020-21 Federal Budget, making it clear that getting Australians back to work should be the key focus for the Australian economy. Along with large-scale government investment into the construction, health, agriculture, manufacturing and resources sector plus wage subsidies for trainees and apprenticeships, Mr. Frydenberg also introduced two […]

Forex Trading Tips for Beginners 

Forex Trading Tips for Beginners 
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Here is a list of the ultimate forex tips that can help in your trading performance. 1. Know the kind of trader that you are Every trader is different, just like the market. You have your own goals, personality, and emotional strength. Some traders would like to go with low-risk positions while others are more […]

Federal Budget 2020 Revealed in Frydenberg’s Speech 

Federal Budget 2020 Revealed in Frydenberg’s Speech 
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Treasurer John Frydenberg has unveiled tax cuts worth up to $5490-a-year for families and will demand Parliament urgently legislate the relief to ensure the cash hit workers’ pay packets by the end of the month, in a big spending federal budget.   Promising the ‘the instant’ tax cuts will offer hope in a year marked by […]

Five Factors to Consider Before Opening a Live Account 

Five Factors to Consider Before Opening a Live Account 
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There comes a point where you feel a bit confident in trading and you’ve been thinking to open a live account. After months of studying the forex basics, strategies and trading with a demo account, you feel that you have learned enough discipline and ready to trade with real money. The question is, ARE YOU REALLY […]

$1.1 Trillion Debt To Be Lifted In Tuesday’s Federal Budget 

$1.1 Trillion Debt To Be Lifted In Tuesday’s Federal Budget 
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Finance Minister Machias Cormann has warned the figured contained in Tuesday’s Federal Budget will be “bad”.  Gross debit is set to soar past $1.1 trillion, while the deficit will peak around $210 billion, according to a report in The Australian.  The Morrison Government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic that plunged the nation into a health […]

4 Newbie Forex Mistakes To Watch Out For 

4 Newbie Forex Mistakes To Watch Out For 
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When you’re a newbie trader, making mistakes is inevitable. In fact, you’re probably going to be making a lot of mistakes while getting to the top. But that’s okay! It’s all part of the learning process, after all.  However, a mistake is only a mistake if it was made around twice. If it was still […]

Five Tips for Forex Trading Newbies 

Five Tips for Forex Trading Newbies 
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Forex trading can be tempting for many people, especially when they hear someone making a fortune out of this financial market. Some jump right into it without having any knowledge. You can indeed buy and sell currencies easily nowadays with just a click of a button in most trading platforms, but forex trading is more […]

Trade Tensions Alarms Australian Businesses 

Trade Tensions Alarms Australian Businesses 
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As the tension between China and Australia grows, Australian businesses are facing the consequences as they continue to export a majority of their goods in China, an academic warns.  Professor Clive Hamilton, who is banned from entering China, has told a parliamentary trade committee that Beijing has “weaponized” its trade relationships under the rule of […]

Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Quitting Your Job and Being a Full-time Trader 

Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Quitting Your Job and Being a Full-time Trader 
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The thought of being a full- time forex trader is very exciting. You get to ditch your working suit, no more blaring alarms at 5 o’clock in the morning, you get to fire your own boss and ultimately make profits in just your pajamas.  We all know that all of this sounds to good to be […]

The Federal Government Allocates Regional Australia with $135m to Promote Recovery 

The Federal Government Allocates Regional Australia with $135m to Promote Recovery 
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Regional Australia will receive a further $135 million in next week’s Federal budget to help improve the performance of the economy with a big portion of the budget going to areas largely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and last summer’s bushfires.  The funding will be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack on Wednesday in […]