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21 July 2014 |
Australia's economy is heavily skewed to the big cities. But how much of this is dangerously self reinforcing?
17 July 2014 |
Gold is viewed as the ultimate store of value and a hedge against inflation. But is it?
16 July 2014 |
A law firm has released details of a case in which the contributions cap was breached. It is worth a look to see what to avoid.
16 July 2014 |
DIY super investors have targeted banks because of their franked dividends. But the inquiry into the financial system may put that strategy under a cloud.
14 July 2014 |
A broker report suggests that St George is a drain on Westpac's capital.
08 July 2014 |
International stock markets are seeing a lot more excitement than the ASX, whose returns are largely yield-based. With the $A high, there are possible diversification options, but also risks.
02 July 2014 |
Markets are supposed to be rational, but they aren't. One of the biases is a fascination with numerical benchmarks.
01 July 2014 |
A study of wealthy investors shows that they are the same as all the rest of us when it comes to making investment mistakes.
30 June 2014 |
As super funds increase in size they are becoming one of the world's biggest pools of capital. They are bringing their investment in-house. The reason is cost cutting. Why pay middle men, like private equity, a fee when you can do it yourself? That sentiment is also behind the rise of SMSFs.
29 June 2014 |
Almost 60% of ASX stocks worth less than $1 billion are in the energy and materials sectors. That means that hard commodity prices have a big effect on the level of the overall market.
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