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Is Australia Having a Delayed GFC and what are the Options?

06 June 2013 | Staff reporters

Australian GFC?Doing reasonably well in tough times is the hall mark of good long term investing. And there are growing indications that those tough times are coming. As mining investment cools, the skewing of the economy towards resources, so called "Dutch disease" is leaving its mark. 

Is it time to sell retail stocks?

05 June 2013 | Staff reporters

Time to sell retail?The signs of recession are growing. Fund manager Robert Montgomery commented on the ABC  that the collapse of the mining services sector, which he says equates with 1.5% of the economy, could, on its own, go close to tipping Australia into recession. He reasons that even if people start talking about recession

Garnaut's comments suggest it is time to look offshore

03 June 2013 | Staff reporters

Time to go offshoreThe case to invest funds offshore is growing. Respected economist Professor Ross Garnaut, who has been arguing that the Australian economy is headed for a sharp downwards correction, also expects that the $A is also likely to come off sharply.

The long grinding cycle continues

26 May 2013 | Staff reporters

Grinding Australian economyThe Australian economy has been to some extent shielded from the effects of the GFC, largely because of the country’s links with China

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