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In this updated and revised edition of How to Beat the Managed Funds by 20%, Dale Gillham, one of Australian's most respected analysts (Wealth Creator.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Dale cuts through the hype and technical language that people selling you financial products use to scare you.

His message is clear, no one looks after your money like you, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to invest in the sharemarket and those Super fund fees add up over 40 years! There is more valuable info in his Wealth Within podcast - make sure you check it out? Very informative and easy to understand. Highly recommended if you want to invest in your future. See all 3 reviews.

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How To Beat The Managed Funds By 20% by Dale Gillham

I now need to go and read ,ore books on trading. It is a guide both to designing portfolios, and to selecting the strategies and tactics to use within these portfolios. People with knowledge of the markets may, like me, feel that this task is impossible to explore in pages.

But as a broad map showing the paths that need to be taken, the book is excellent. It is easy to read, not overly technical, and is full of well explained diagrams. Its clear layout leads the reader's thinking through key areas that need to be explored if consistent success is to be achieved. However, readers must also realize that the book is only laying a foundation of process and procedure based on the psychology, values and beliefs of the author.

While these are quite sound, they will seem too conservative to some and to others too risky. But after this journey through the author's logical presentation, readers will be much wiser and much more aware as a result of the time they have invested in the book, provided they do the necessary home work. Dale Gillham does a good job of looking at the myths that have caused many people to come unstuck. After clarifying concepts he builds a solid case, based on sound reasoning supported by evidence, for the reader to consider his approach.

Dale Gillham began investing in managed funds when he was 19 because he felt it would help him save regularly and give him a good deposit for a house in years to come.

Sadly after five years, he discovered he had less than half the funds he had initially invested. He learned the hard way that the return on shares does not always go up! At this point he decided he had to take action to actively educate himself in order to achieve his financial goals. Two decades later he says his journey hasn't been easy, but it's been interesting and exciting.

And he discovered something he shares with his readers, that you don't have to be a genius or a rocket scientist to achieve consistently profitable returns in the share market. But, by learning the basics of the share market and a few simple strategies, most women can begin to make confident financial decisions for themselves and achieve better returns. Gillham has not only achieved a profitable return of 30 per cent consistently on the Australian share market for himself, but through Wealth Within has helped more than 6, ordinary people on their way towards wealth creation.

The book begins by helping you do a reality check on your investments, debunks some myths about managed funds, shows you how to take back control of your money and gives you tips on how to build your portfolio, all of this in an easy to understand, actionable style of writing. Squarely aimed at the managed fund investor who thinks they are paying too much and getting too little, this book is a useful starter kit for building your own portfolio.

Despite the crowd-pleaser title, it favours a steady-as-she-goes approach to investing in the sharemarket and only advocates more complicated steps when simpler ones are fully mastered.

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The author, a financial analyst with 20 years in the financial services industry, spends the early chapters putting the boot in the managed funds industry before going back to investment basics. There are clear explanations of fundamental and technical analysis as well as clear explanations about how to use trend lines. Overall a handy book if you believe the best way to learn about the sharemarket is to give it a go. As managed funds are becoming more crucial to investment plans, more Australians are seeking guidance.

This practical and simple to use book shows you how to gain the highest returns without the need to seek professional help. With over 20 years' experience in the financial services industry, Gillham is also an authorised financial analyst for his own company called Wealth Within.