Monthly Archives: August 2011

Your Chance To Ask Sir Richard Branson One Question?

I've got to be honest - the topic of this post gives me a real thrill. And I'm pretty sure you'll get a buzz from it too. Here goes... What question would you ask Sir Richard Branson, given the opportunity? Let me explain. Sir Richard Branson will be appearing at the 21st Century Financial Education Summit and you have the opportunity to have your questions selected and asked to him. Here's how it works: Our judges will go over the entries, and the best question (it could be yours!) will Read more [...]

Learn the Secrets of Success from Sir Richard Branson, Jamie McIntyre, Tim Ferriss and more – LIVE in Melbourne at 21st Century Financial Education Summit

Learn from over a dozen of the World's most Successful Entrepreneurs including Sir Richard Branson, Jamie McIntyre, Tim Ferriss, Eddie McGuire and more at the 21st Century Financial Education Summit. Get your tickets while they last at www.FinancialEducationSummit.com   Read more [...]

New Video – Jamie McIntyre chats about the 21st Century Financial Education Summit

Check out my new video about the 21st Century Financial Education Summit - 21st Century's biggest and most exciting event yet, featuring Sir Richard Branson and over a dozen of the world's most successful entrepreneurs including Timothy Ferriss (author of New York Times best-selling titles 'The 4 Hour Work-week' and 'The 4 Hour Body), Eddie McGuire, Nik Halik and more. October 21-22 2011, Hisense Arena, Melbourne. Get your tickets while they last at www.21stCenturyFinancialEducationSummit.com   Look Read more [...]

Australia’s debt tops $200 billion after government borrows $100 million per day – Jamie McIntyre

On Friday our nation's debt went over $200 billion for the first time ever. We borrowed $3.2 billion over the last week. Our debt ceiling was $75 billion when the current party got into government. On 11 March 2009, "special circumstances" warranted an increase to a "temporary" level of $200 billion. The last budget saw the government increase it permanently to $250 billion. If we keep borrowing money like we borrowed last week, we might be able to give this latest ceiling a nudge. This ignorance Read more [...]

US Property Market provides Bargain Opportunities for Australian Investors

The current state of the US property and financial markets are resulting in bargain property prices which are offering lucrative opportunities for Australian investors. Secure Properties in the US from as little as $28K – already renovated and tenanted with 21st Century US Property - www.21stCenturyUSProperty.com Learn more about these once in a lifetime opportunities at a 1 Day US Property Seminar this year in Melbourne (24th September), Brisbane (25th September) and Sydney (8th October). Guest Read more [...]

Peter Bland chats with Jamie McIntyre about the upcoming 21st Century Financial Education Summit

Peter Bland chats with Jamie McIntyre about the upcoming 21st Century Financial Education Summit. This once in a lifetime event features Sir Richard Branson, Tim Ferriss, Jamie McIntyre and a dozen of the world's most successful entrepreneurs LIVE in Melbourne. Get your Tickets While they last www.21stcenturyfinancialeducationsummit.com Read more [...]

Media Laws In Australia Need Changing, To Make Journalists More Honest And Accountable by Jamie McIntyre

Article by Jamie McIntyre Lax media regulations are allowing suspect journalists to generate a living by deceptive conduct - misleading readers in newspaper articles, to serve bias agendas. Most media law changes are usually around “what percentage of Australian media assets any one person can own”. However I think many Australians would like to see journalists, particularly newspaper journalists, held to account. Make them truthful and honest and no longer able to use their newspaper Read more [...]

“Move Your Super” by Jamie McIntyre

Australians have way too much of their superannuation tied up in the share market, and they’re following the unsound investment advice of “buy and hold” spruiked by financial sales people – oops, sorry, financial planners. This flawed strategy wiped out many baby boomers in the first Global Credit Crisis - and it's about to happen again. Interestingly, Australians with more of their super in real estate have fared much better. Australians simply have too much super weighted in shares. Personally Read more [...]
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