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The (desperate) pursuit of better returns

18 August 2014 |

desperateWith interest rates falling so low, investors are anxiously looking around for better options. Trouble is, everyone is doing the same thing.


The four phases of stock markets

17 August 2014 |

businessA broker's analysis of where the markets are in the cycle.


What the brokers say

13 August 2014 |

BrokersMarket fully priced, BHP and RIO, AREITs, Woolworths sell, JB Hi Fi, Telstra.


Investing in commodities for diversification

12 August 2014 |

diversifyCommodities are a type of asset class, but the long term picture is not encouraging.


What are the options beyond cash?

10 August 2014 |

Inflation Interest rates have fallen below inflation, meaning cash investments are giving negative real returns. What should be done?


US buybacks heaps, Australian buybacks 0

05 August 2014 |

USAIn America share buybacks are one reason the market has grown so strongly. In Australia, it is the opposite. But both markets may be about to change.


The SMSF advocate

05 August 2014 |

Andrea SlatteryAndrea Slattery heads up the SMSF Professionals Association of Australia (SPAA). She has a deep knowledge of the sector.


What stock brokers are saying

05 August 2014 |

BrokersThe brokers' take on Aristiocrat Leisure, Navitas, CSL, Woolworths, NAB, Amcor and others.


High debt likely to mean lower interest rates

04 August 2014 |

DebitA broker argues that the Australia's $1.4 trillion of mortgage debt, which is close to the value of the share market, puts pressure on the RBA to keep interest rates low.


China's heavy investment into the Australian property market

03 August 2014 |

ChinaThe Chinese are investing billions into Australia's residential and commercial property markets. An analyst explains why.


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