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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.

The great Down Under shirt front

16 October 2014 |

ShirtWhat exactly does prime minister Tony Abbott have in mind for the Russian president, Vladimir Putin? It is a great prospect.

What we learned this week 15 Oct 14

14 October 2014 |

learnReduced investor expectations, why bank stocks are still in favour, gold rises on fear, why timing is everything in super and the confused picture over borrowing in super.

The global obssession with houses

12 October 2014 |

PropertyIt is well understood that Australia's house prices are soaring to disturbing levels. What is less well understood is that the obssession with housing is a global phenomena. And the bankers are to blame. It is why the financial industry has become so large.

What we learned this week 10 Oct 14

10 October 2014 |

learnTime is running out for debt in SMSF's borrowing to buy property, SMSFs love cash, US rates to stay low.

Is boredom the key to investment?

06 October 2014 |

BoredSome believe that picking stocks that are not volatile may be a way to get the best returns. If so, it runs counter to some popular theories of finance.

What we learned this week 1 Oct 14

30 September 2014 |

learnAustralian bonds perform poorly, house building accelerates, weak global economy, global trade poor, Australian miners unproductive, home loan curbs.

Oil and the financial crisis

28 September 2014 |

OilThe GFC was assumed to be about financialisation and errant property markets. But was there another reason?

Investing in a stagnant world

23 September 2014 |

What to doThe economies of many developed countries are becoming much more stagnant, a sign that they are entering a late, mature phase. It poses some deep challenges for DIY super investors.

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