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Investors worry about bubbles.

20 November 2013 | Broker reports editor

Bubbles Investors are growing nervous about bubbles being formed. But a report by Deutsche Bank shows that, while there are danger signals, the underlying valuations are about in line with the historical average.


The $A conundrum

03 July 2013 | Staff reporters

Aussie dollarThe news that Warren Buffett is backing the Australian dollar is pitting the world's most famous investor against most local economists. For example, Andrew Salter, ANZ currency strategist says fair value is between US90¢ and US95¢ but the market always overshoots so you can’t rule out a run into the US80cs. "But I’d be surprised if it lasted more than two or three months."


Small Caps Require Close Scrutiny

23 June 2013 |

Small cap scrutinyThe small cap sector can offer some good gains, but they need to be good because there is a higher danger that the companies will get into trouble. This can occur even when the revenues are solid, just because of a downturn in market sentiment, which produces a need for investors to liquidate their postions. 


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