Monthly Archives: January 2011

21st Century Members snatch up unbelievable US property deals!

Just last week, many of our 21st Century Members have taken their small piece of America by snatching up some of the most unbelievable US property deals in Phoenix Arizona. With one of the most opportune times in history; the US and Australian dollar almost at parity, US properties in a slump, and positive rental returns, Australian investors have been able to take advantage of the US property market in rock solid deals arranged exclusively through 21st Century Education. Members of 21st Century Read more [...]

Queensland Floods Disaster and How it will Affect the Markets

As the floodwaters recede and the recovery effort begins, we are starting to consider quantifying the cost and value impact of the Queensland floods. It is early days yet, but the overall cost figure estimates in the press have increased considerably, from an initial $6 Billion to maybe $20 Billion or more. Outside of real estate, the floods have affected agriculture, coming straight after the long drought. Fresh food produce is likely to rise considerably in cost for the next year. The Read more [...]

Queensland Flood Disaster

I'm currently overseas and have only recently heard about the full extent of the floods in Queensland and Northern NSW. My thoughts go out to those who have lost loved ones and to those who have suffered loss of their homes and belongings. It was big news on CNN today in the US. Queensland is one of the greatest states, in one of the greatest countries on the planet and this is largely due to the spirit and friendliness of Queenslanders. I'm inspired to hear the stories of camaraderie and mateship Read more [...]

A Birthday Story

On October 3, 1945, a ten-year-old boy stood onstage at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show talent contest. He was dressed as a cowboy. One of his teachers had encouraged him to enter the contest after hearing him sing during morning prayers. He had to stand on a chair to reach the microphone. He placed fifth. A few months later, he received a guitar for his 11th birthday. What he really wanted was a rifle or a bicycle. Two of his uncles and the new pastor at the family church gave Read more [...]

How Did We All Get So Rich?

According to the Financial Review, Australia is soaring up the Wealth ladder, from two decades of economic growth, tax cuts and China's demands for our resources. Australia's GDP per capita has doubled in 10 years from $US 21,770 to $US 42,280 per person. High net worth individuals have more then doubled from 74,000 in 2000 to over 174,000 in 2010. This is based on individuals having $US1million or more in investible assets outside the family home; And a good number of 21st Century Members Read more [...]
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