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SMSF Investment decisions: Shares vs Property

24 August 2014 |

choiceAustralia's stock market has many strong dividend paying companies. But capital gains have been weak. It is a hybrid: somewhere between a share market and an income paying security market. It favours DIY super investors.

What the brokers say

19 August 2014 |

BrokersNAB, energy stocks, Fortescue Metals, Stockland, OZ Minerals.

The four phases of stock markets

17 August 2014 |

businessA broker's analysis of where the markets are in the cycle.

What the brokers say

13 August 2014 |

BrokersMarket fully priced, BHP and RIO, AREITs, Woolworths sell, JB Hi Fi, Telstra.

US buybacks heaps, Australian buybacks 0

05 August 2014 |

USAIn America share buybacks are one reason the market has grown so strongly. In Australia, it is the opposite. But both markets may be about to change.

What stock brokers are saying

05 August 2014 |

BrokersThe brokers' take on Aristiocrat Leisure, Navitas, CSL, Woolworths, NAB, Amcor and others.

Are we about to enter into a global deal frenzy?

22 July 2014 |

DealAnalyst Jeremy Grantham reckons that the US market is becoming overheated. With interest rates so low, there is a possibility of a dangerous pick up in mergers, acquisitions and other deals. The return of confidence in the US carries dangers.

Will bank dividends come under pressure?

16 July 2014 |

banksDIY super investors have targeted banks because of their franked dividends. But the inquiry into the financial system may put that strategy under a cloud.

Is Westpac top heavy?

14 July 2014 |

WespacA broker report suggests that St George is a drain on Westpac's capital.

Why the All Ords is hostage to commodity prices

29 June 2014 | Gary Stone

AdviceAlmost 60% of ASX stocks worth less than $1 billion are in the energy and materials sectors. That means that hard commodity prices have a big effect on the level of the overall market.

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