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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.

What we learned this week 1 Aug 14

31 July 2014 |

learnDebates about regulation in SMSFs and property, avoid fast money schemes, Australian and American share markets and interest rates.

Divergence: the underlying patterns in markets.

30 July 2014 |

PatternsWe humans see patterns and stories. That affects the way we see what happens in markets. Sometimes what we see is real, sometimes not.

Biggest mistake? Lack of diversification.

30 July 2014 |

MistakeA long term study has shown that making too narrow a range of bets is the biggest mistake smaller investors make. It is a concern for many DIY super investors who are choosing a narrow range of options.

Low interest rates create hunt for higher returns

26 July 2014 |

HuntSMSF investors are looking to move away from the low returns being offered by banks on deposits. It may be a dangerous period.

What are exchange traded funds?

24 July 2014 |

ETFETFs can be a valuable element in any SMSF portfolio. They are worth understanding.

Negative gearing increases prices of housing

24 July 2014 |

GearingNegative gearing is distorting house prices, according to a ratings agency. There are also risks in borrowing to buy houses in an SMSF.

Are we about to enter into a global deal frenzy?

22 July 2014 |

DealAnalyst Jeremy Grantham reckons that the US market is becoming overheated. With interest rates so low, there is a possibility of a dangerous pick up in mergers, acquisitions and other deals. The return of confidence in the US carries dangers.

Is the RBA right about property?

22 July 2014 |

PropertyThe Reserve Bank is becoming concerned about the property market. Are they correct? And what happens if interest rates rise?

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