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Outlook benign

03 March 2014 | Broker reports editor

Outlook benignA broker says first half earnings per share growth suggests the stock market is headed for 15% full year growth. Dividend payouts remain high. The miners have made a comeback.


Reporting season healthy so far

25 February 2014 | Broker reports editor

Reporting HealthyReporting season is about half over and the results are slightly exceeding expectations. It suggests a relatively healthy market that is fully priced. Resources and banks have performed well.


Wildly divergent views about property market

16 February 2014 | Staff reporter

Divergent viewsA sign of a dangerous market is that opinions start to diverge about the direction it is going to take. Although this is not a sure fire indication of where the market is headed, that is what is happening in Australia's property market. DIY super investors should be cautious if they are punting on capital gains.


Australian market may be less vulnerable to crisis

12 February 2014 | PSI

Less VulnerableThere are growing signs of an international crisis because of the over exposure of emerging markets to debt. This is creating nervousness in stock markets. But one broker reckons that the Australian stock market could prove resilient.


Signs of strength in stock markets

09 February 2014 | Broker reports editor

oreEarnings revisions were only slightly downwards according to a broker report. It is a sign of strength in the market. Meanwhile, global conditions are also improving.


Buildings materials companies may be over rated

30 January 2014 | Broker reports editor

oreThe buildings materials sector should be benefiting from the housing strength. But analysts think that the market may be getting ahead of itself. CSR and Adelaide Brighton may be the preferred play.


Is the rate cycle turning?

27 January 2014 | PSI

“Rates”When advisers start telling home owners that it may be time to fix interest rates, it is a signal to personal super investors. Investing in the housing market may have just become more perilous.


What the Abbott government means for banks

18 December 2013 | Broker reports editor

banksThe increase in government debt will have implications for where banks look for liquidity. One broker predicts it will mean a move away from securitisation and mortgage backed securities, which would be a negative for the regional banks.


Who is winning in insurance?

18 December 2013 | Broker reports editor

win-insuranceThe sharp sell off in QBE has focused attention on other players in the sector. One broker has given a  breakdown of their performance. Another recommends IAG.


Australia's looming generation war: SMSF investors v first home buyers

16 December 2013 | Staff reporter

“smsfwar”The ATO has cleared up some issues around SMSF investors borrowing to buy property. But should DIY fund managers go into the hot property market? A Senate enquiry will be looking at issues of affordability and the availability of land.


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