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Australia's mining and finance bubbles

19 November 2014 |

BubbleThe Australian economy has been affected by a mining boom. Less well understood is the effect of the finance boom.


What we learned this week 20 Nov 14

19 November 2014 |

learnQuestions over bank capitalisation, SMSFs wholesale investors, SMSFs underperform APRA fund, reserves, longevity risk and property investors target SMSFs.


Wages versus the stock market

11 November 2014 |

WagesLow interest rates, rising profits and low inflation have all benefited global stock markets. They may have a common cause: falling real wages. Workers' declining bargaining power is helping investors.


What we learned this week 11 Nov 14

11 November 2014 |

learnSMSFs over exposed to shares, why people set up SMSFs, the global decline in wages, super funds to disclose pay, what happens when trustees have health problems.


Markets in a twilight zone

04 November 2014 | Reynard

TwilightGovernments have tried to clean up the mess caused by the finance sector. Now, some in the finance sector are blaming governments for being involved. It is a spectacular display of hypocrisy.


What we learned this week 4 Nov 14

04 November 2014 |

learnCompliance problems, worrying debt levels in SMSFs, the effect of the contributions cap, problems in financial advice, banks put pressure on Finance Inquiry and the US 10 year bond at the end of QE.


What we learned this week 29 Oct 14

28 October 2014 |

learnWhy property is high, pressure on borrowing in super, calls to fund better financial services regulation by users, the effects of QE on wealth distribution, the possible end of the oil era.


Asking the big questions

27 October 2014 |

QuestionDIY investors tend to look at the details of their individual choices. But it is also worthwhile looking at the bigger picture in its various aspects.


What we learned this week 23 Oct 14

21 October 2014 |

learnSuper pool is getting too big for Australia, ageing, SMSFs continue to grow, the rich love property.


Slowing China a risk to Australia

20 October 2014 |

ChinaChina's apparently insatiable demand for iron ore seems to be weakening. It could have profound implications for the Australian economy.


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