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Cuffelinks Five Year Anniversary Edition 2017

Welcome to the Fifth Anniversary Edition 232 Chris Cuffe's best of the first five years Five years ago, Chris Cuffe and a few friends established a financial newsletter where market experts share their ideas with an online community.

Cuffelinks is now a leading source of expert insights on investing, superannuation and many social and demographic issues. Our website includes a searchable archive of 1,500 articles from 600 writers, the subscriber base is 22,000 with over 30,000 unique visitors a month who have made three million pageviews. Some of our articles have been read over 30,000 times, and subscribers have made over 5,000 comments.

In this Special Edition, Chris has chosen 10 of his favourites which have stood the test of time:

  1. Howard Marks on 'Risk and How To Handle It Today' Howard Marks
  2. Where did SMSFs come from, and where are they going? Paul Keating
  3. Why we can’t resist tactical asset allocation Chris Cuffe
  4. Hey, what have you got against late 60s babies? Alex Denham
  5. Investing against the herd: resisting emotion Ashley Owen
  6. What real estate agents don’t tell you Graham Hand
  7. The world by 2050 Warwick McKibbin
  8. We need to talk about risk Chris Cuffe
  9. A journey through the life of a fixed rate bond Warren Bird
  10. Is there an Uber or Amazon of wealth management? Graham Hand

These articles have not been 're-edited' and should be read in the context of the date they were written. Thanks for coming on the journey with us over the last five years. Thanks also to our sponsors who enable Cuffelinks to be distributed free to subscribers and other readers.

Please share this free ebook with friends and colleagues and encourage them to subscribe to Cuffelinks (also free) for more great insights over coming years.

Graham Hand, Managing Editor

Leisa Bell, Assistant Editor

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