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Managing volatility

19 October 2014 |

VolatilityVolatility is a psychological challenge to SMSF investors. The basic principles are clear enough, but actually adhering to them is always difficult.


Are the dangers in the world economy a super buying opportunity?

16 October 2014 |

OpportunityPeriods of pessimism and market weakness can make the best buying opportunities. The danger in the current situation is that there remains a weakness in the system itself. The global financial crisis is not yet over.


How should cash be understood?

12 October 2014 |

UnderstoodMany DIY investors have a proprtion of their holdings in cash, which is providing low returns. Should cash be considered part of portfolios, or a way of waiting before making the 'right' investment?


The hybrid puzzle

08 October 2014 |

PuzzleHybrids, which are somewhere between shares and debt, have been marketed as a potential way for investors to diversify. But they have often disappointed when their price has fallen. Are they an option for DIY super?


ASX companies only focused on dividends

07 October 2014 |

FocusDIY super investors with an appetite for higher levels of risk and reward might find the ASX disappointing. Companies are returning more of their profits to shareholders as dividends, rather than reinvesting in opportunities.


Retail funds lagging

06 October 2014 |

SlowInformation for the Financial Services Inquiry does not reflect well on retail fund performance.


The battle over whether to reign in property prices

02 October 2014 |

ReignThe RBA is being ambivalent about intervening in the property market. But regulators are obviously worried.


If you can't beat SMSFs, join them

30 September 2014 |

JoinIndustry funds are offering superannuants greater choice over their investments in an effort to stem the flood of money into DIY super. It is an intelligent strategy.


A different property perspective

24 September 2014 |

New ideaIn investment it is a case for many of "often wrong, never in doubt". It is valuable to get different views to make mature judgements. Here is one.


The fault line under the stock market

23 September 2014 |

Fault lineA report says that about a third of Australia's listed companies are close to the edge. It is a sober reminder to SMSF investors who put their savings into the shares.


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