The Decision – Trends, Studies, Insights and Statistics

The Decision Blog is all about helping you make better decisions in your life. We focus on the Psychology of Money and not so much about the technicalities of budgeting and spreadsheets. We are about helping you take “action” to improve your whole net worth. We are not about squeezing every last dollar out of your budget, we are about actually making decisions about it. We focus on the cognitive biases, the emotional components and give you frameworks that you can use to make money decisions.


Latest Articles

Mobile Phones | 06 March 2017

Huawei Mate 9: Compare the best plans and prices

Alex Kidman

Huawei’s latest phablet is a high-powered device with design help from Leica and Porsche.It was in May 2016 that Huawei revealed local plans for the Mate 8 handset it announced back at last year’s CES. Huawei didn’t wait for CES 2017 to roll around to reveal its latest smartphone, the Mate 9. The Mate 9 […]

Technology | 03 March 2017

Polar M600 combines Android Wear and fitness tracking

Nick Broughall

With a waterproof body and integrated heart rate monitor, the Polar M600 is combining Polar’s fitness strengths with the versatility of Android Wear.The Polar brand has been powering fitness tracking around the world for decades, now its M600 Android Wear fitness tracker is the latest offering to hit shelves.The M600 is designed as a 24/7 […]

Mobile Phones | 03 March 2017

Everything from Apple’s iPhone 7 Event: iPhone 7, Apple Watch S2 and Mario

Alex Kidman

Apple’s September event kicked off with a surprise appearance by Mario and was followed up by an Apple Watch S2 and iPhone 7 reveal.From iPhone 7, to Apple Watch S2 to Mario and Miyamoto, here’s everything from Apple’s iPhone 7 event in Cupertino.It’s been something of an open secret that Apple will launch its next […]

Technology | 03 March 2017

Fitbit charges up Charge 2 and Flex 2 wearables

Alex Kidman

Fitbit’s latest fitness wearables offer a range of new features along with a serious accent on style.Fitbit is the big name in fitness trackers, but it’s clearly well aware that you’ve got to offer a bit more than just step tracking in order to grab people’s attention. For its product refreshes on the Charge and […]

Google Pixel | 02 March 2017

Google Pixel XL Review: The ultimate Android experience

Alex Kidman

Google’s Pixel XL offers premium performance, although it lacks a really premium look.Nexus is dead as a brand, and it’s time to embrace the Pixel, according to Google. Naming conventions aside, however, it’s all too easy to see the Nexus heritage in the Pixel XL, which combines some cutting edge technologies and software along with […]

Mobile Phones | 02 March 2017

Apple iPhone 7 Review: A powerful phone with poor battery life

Alex Kidman

Apple’s iPhone 7 is sleek and attractive and powerful, except in the critical area of battery life.Apple loves to hype up its iPhone lines as the ultimate premium phones. In the premium space it’s under increasing pressure from devices manufactured by Samsung, such as the Galaxy S7 Edge, or Google with its Pixel/Pixel XL phones.There’s […]

Internet TV | 02 March 2017

9 shows you shouldn’t binge watch

Alex Kidman

Streaming services seriously encourage binge watching, but not every show should be consumed in huge eyeball-straining chunks.The rise of on-demand streaming services (and even, arguably, the rise of DVD box sets before it) have made binge watching an entire season of a show in a single weekend a very easy thing to do.Spending the entire […]


Was this content helpful to you? No  Yes

Ask a Question

You are about to post a question on

  • Do not enter personal information (eg. surname, phone number, bank details) as your question will be made public
  • is a financial comparison and information service, not a bank or product provider
  • We cannot provide you with personal advice or recommendations
  • Your answer might already be waiting – check previous questions below to see if yours has already been asked

Disclaimer: At we provide factual information and general advice. Before you make any decision about a product read the Product Disclosure Statement and consider your own circumstances to decide whether it is appropriate for you.
Rates and fees mentioned in comments are correct at the time of publication.
By submitting this question you agree to the privacy policy.