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A sad mistake

16 July 2014 |

oopsA 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.


Will bank dividends come under pressure?

16 July 2014 |

banksDIY super investors have targeted banks because of their franked dividends. But the inquiry into the financial system may put that strategy under a cloud.


Is Westpac top heavy?

14 July 2014 |

WespacA broker report suggests that St George is a drain on Westpac's capital.


Travel broadens the investments

08 July 2014 |

TravelInternational 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.


Round numbers and cognitive bias

02 July 2014 |

NumbersMarkets are supposed to be rational, but they aren't. One of the biases is a fascination with numerical benchmarks.


Even the rich stuff up

01 July 2014 |

MistakeA study of wealthy investors shows that they are the same as all the rest of us when it comes to making investment mistakes.


Super funds on way to $5 trillion, looking overseas

30 June 2014 |

OSAs 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.


Why the All Ords is hostage to commodity prices

29 June 2014 | Gary Stone

AdviceAlmost 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.


What we learned this week 26 June 14

26 June 2014 |

learnBonds point one way shares another; retailers struggling; Oz small caps underperform; hot property suburbs; DIY super trustees get younger and go for shares.


Are we facing stagnation?

25 June 2014 |

Stagnation The build up of debt before the GFC and the collapse of real interest rates are both signs of big problems in the global financial system. The threat is stagnation, which is of concern when looking for investment returns.


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