If you’re in the process of constructing a $100,000 share portfolio, you may be on the lookout for investment ideas.
To help you on your way, I have picked out a few shares I think could be excellent core holdings.
Here’s why I think investing some of the funds in these shares would be a very smart move:
The first option to consider as a core holding is Appen. It is the global leader in the development of high-quality, human annotated datasets for machine learning and artificial intelligence …
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Iconic bootmaker RM Williams is once again an Australian company, prompting hopes it will lead to an expansion in domestic manufacturing — something that could …
Iconic outfitter RM Williams is back in Australian hands, with its new owner vowing the company will manufacture more of the brand’s footwear and clothing locally as support grows for Australian-made products.
- Investment group Tattarang has bought RM Williams for about $190 million
- About 2 per cent of the brand’s products are made overseas
- Economist Marian Makkar says the brand should do well during a recession when Australians “want to support their country…
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Australian shares to slide at the open as Wal St slumps, as the virus surges and stimulus talks drag on. Atlassian resets record high.
Separately, the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be worsening. Morgan Stanley said it now expects at least 10 million Americans to catch the virus by mid-November; Johns Hopkins University has the case tally at 8.1 million.
Not helping sentiment, President Trump went on a rant against Dr Anthony Fauci on a campaign conference call with reporters earlier this morning and he also took to twitter to lash out at the top US infectious disease expert.
California’s death toll from the virus is nearing 17…
Fragility, not strength, at the heart of Chinese politics – Sydney Morning Herald
A new book claims that cultural anxiety, insecurity and paranoia lurk just beneath the surface of contemporary China’s politics.
“Until the very end of the 19th century, rulers in Beijing would not even have recognised the name China’,” says Bill Hayton in his new book, TheInvention of China. He describes how early European adventurers were puzzled when they reached a place they thought of as China or Land of the Chins only to discover the locals knew no such name.
The territory we recognise today as China bore the name of each successive dynasty that ruled it. Just as its name changed with the name of the dynasty, so di…
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