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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.

Why SMSFs are diving into property

25 June 2014 |

PropertyA survey of SMSFs is showing that mortgage brokers and internet sites are the main sources of information for DIY investors in property.

Are the banks expensive?

22 June 2014 | Broker reports editor

ExpensiveThe banks' share prices seem to be getting expensive when using the most basic investment metrics. But they still seem cheaper than the wider industrial sector. And their profits tend to be more reliable.

What we learned this week 20 June 14

19 June 2014 |

learnSMSFs are changing behaviour of listed companies, financial advice debate heats up, US interest rates may rise, Australian housing expensive, consumer sentiment weak, Australians saving more.

Is America riding for a fall?

18 June 2014 |

AmericaThe S&P 500 is looking expensive and corporate profits are coming under pressure. Is there a nasty surprise in store?

The pitfalls of buying overseas property

17 June 2014 |

OS HouseIn theory, the collapse of property prices in the US or Europe represents a great buying opportunity for DIY super funds. But that is only the start of the story.

Buy now, sell to selfies later

17 June 2014 |

SelfiesProfessional investors, who manage the big institutional funds, are looking at the "amateur" investors in the self manager super funds as potential targets. It potentially gives a guide to up and coming stocks.

Australian housing heads for the stratosphere

12 June 2014 |

AstroThe IMF ranks Australia third in the world for expensive housing. It is a caution for SMSF investors thinking of including housing in their portfolios.

What we learned this week 6 June 14

05 June 2014 |

learnAn ATO crackdown on no interest loans within an SMSF, gold is back, worrying housing signals, government debt distorting markets, European deflation, harder to buy apartments in SMSFs and potential flaws in diversification.

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