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What does your financial adviser talk about?

23 March 2015 |

WolfFinancial advisers do not necessarily put their clients first. It is wise to pay a lot of attention to what they focus on in their discussions.


What we learned this week

12 March 2015 | Staff writer

learnAccountants not sure about getting financial advice licences, SMSFs still hoarding cash, non-concessional contributions, SMSFs look overseas, the high cost of letting home buyers dip into super, minimum pension requirements.


The perils of responding to events

11 March 2015 | Reynard

RiskWhen portfolios are diversified there are some times when the returns will disappoint. It requires psychological toughness.


What we learned this week

16 December 2014 |

learnProblems in auditing and accounting, the gyrations in commodity markets, the threat of deflation, lobbyists defend SMSF borrowing, demand for SMSFs remains strong.


Is too much money chasing too few investments?

15 December 2014 |

InvestmentsAs the super pool grows, it could be that too much capital for the scale of local investment options may be being created. This has great implications for DIY super investors, especially in relation to diversification.


Household gods

09 December 2014 |

GodWhy investment bankers are unappreciated deities.


What we learned this week

09 December 2014 |

learnDebate over borrowing in super intensifies, SMSF regulation to remain unchanged, the battle of the vested interests, property investments potentially at risk.


Money for nothing and your fees for free

08 December 2014 |

freemoneyWhat exactly do the fabulously well rewarded players in the super industry do to deserve their rewards? The Murray inquiry into the Financial Services Industry has asked some pointed questions.


What falling commodity prices mean

02 December 2014 |

FallingA seismic shift is underway in the global commodity markets. Its implications for the Australian economy and markets will be significant.


What we learned this week

02 December 2014 |

learnOil price drop, SMSFs mainly for over 50s, convergence of financial services, terms of trade declines, divorce a minefield, dangers of limited recourse borrowing and DIY investors are canny.


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