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Big boys look at overseas stock markets

01 September 2014 |

OSMost SMSFs have only a small allocation to offshore equities. Is the focus on domestic shares dangerously narrow? The fund managers think so.

Risks to housing and the banks

31 August 2014 |

banksAustralia's property market is running hot, fuelled by low interest rates. It is not just dangerous waters for property prices. It also poses a threat to the big banks.

The Chinese influence in the housing market

31 August 2014 |

chinaAnecdotal reports are increasing that the Chinese are aggressively buying into Australia's property market, which will only intensify what are already great distortions.

What we learned this week 29 Aug 14

28 August 2014 |

learnSuccessful investing is about making fewer mistakes, ageing's effect on  investment, tax on account based pensions, criticisms of FOFA, the Great Recession worse than the Great Depression and what low interest rates mean.

How to embrace, not avoid, risk

27 August 2014 |

riskOne of the desires of investors is to eliminate risk. But risk avoidance can often lead to very poor returns. Better to embrace risk by realising that about a quarter of the time returns will probably disappoint.

What the brokers are saying

26 August 2014 |

BrokersInvesting in the US, Caltex, Beach Energy, Bluescope, UGL, NIB, Spark Infrastructure.

Finding value in the market

25 August 2014 |

SeekA look at some stocks, including miners, Resmed, on-line advertisers, Wesfarmers and airlines. The picture is mixed.

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 we learned this week 22 Aug 14

21 August 2014 |

learnDavid Murray predicts big fall in property and share prices, QE pull back will create problems, fund managers revert to cash, warnings about a housing bubble, miners turn to Africa and China still trying to balance its economy.

A dozen lessons about investing

20 August 2014 |

ideas12 touchstones for investing. It is important to know, because most Australian financial advisers are really sales people for the big banks and insurance companies. There is a structural, rather than individual, conflict. It is not likely to be addressed effectively, despite the increasing controversy. There is simply too much money involved.

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