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The timing myth

16 December 2014 | David James

MythMany think that investment is all about doing things at the right time. The long term evidence says otherwise.

Investing in a weaker economy

14 December 2014 |

EconomyWith commodity prices coming off sharply, the Australian economy seems set for a slower period. What are the implications for investment?

How overseas markets are faring

25 November 2014 |

WorldWith the All Ords turning into a dividend play, DIY investors seeking for capital gains should at least look at overseas equity markets. So what is happening?

Will Murray put bank shares under pressure?

24 November 2014 |

David MurrayThe David Murray inquiry into the financial system is tipped to ask the banks to retain more capital. Some are tipping it may lead to weaker share prices. It may also reduce the profits available for dividends.

Using exchange traded funds to create options

20 November 2014 |

ETFsExchange traded funds (ETFs) can enable investors to target areas that are not offered on the ASX. But it is important to have a sound philosophy of diversification.

The US bull market may have a way to go

17 November 2014 |

Bull MarketThe bull run in the equities market in the US should, if history is a guide, have a way to run. It may still be a buying opportunity for DIY super investors.

Dividends down, but still high

17 November 2014 |

UpThe Australian stock market has not gone anywhere in terms of share prices, but dividends remain high. It is an income, not a capital gains play.

Is the market a 'stag' market?

06 November 2014 |

stagnateStagging is investors buying in when there is optimism and selling out before reality bites. Is that what is happening in the stock market?

Megacaps and the banks

05 November 2014 |

BanksInstitutional investors prefer megacaps: the very biggest stocks. In the US, they may represent the best value. Locally, banks are the megacaps, and they seem to be fully priced.

Analysts ask if the market has reached a bottom

20 October 2014 |

BottomPicking the bottom of the market is the best way to make money. But doing it is difficult, and DIY super investors will need to be careful.

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