Diversification


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Layer upon layer upon layer ...

16 March 2015 | David James

LayerThe push to get better returns from "smart beta" is creating a proliferation of computer driven trading strategies. It is a kind of robot-driven bubble.


SMSFs look abroad

22 February 2015 |

Going global Analysis by the SMSFA suggests that as the global economy recovers, trustees are looking overseas.


Three investment strategies used by the wealthy

06 October 2014 |

RichRich investors are not much different from ordinary investors. They tend to have three approaches, each of which has very different implications.


Are fund managers getting a free lunch?

04 October 2014 |

LunchGuaranteed inflows, no transparency, no penalty if things go wrong. Australia's fund managers may be getting extremely well rewarded. Trouble is, there is no way of knowing.


Picking the right commodities play

06 April 2014 | Broker reports editor

PlaySuper investors looking for diversity should have some capital in commodities. But the risks and rewards are higher, so it is necessary to make some complex assessments of macroecomics and supply and demand patterns.


Risk averse DIY funds miss opportunities

18 February 2014 | Staff reporter

RiskA report by SPAA shows that DIY super funds stayed heavily invested in cash in 2013, missing out on opportunities in the stock market. It also shows sharp growth in younger people setting up their own SMSF funds.


Coalition "quite like" SMSFs

03 December 2013 | Staff reporter

“Like”The Federal government is ideologically well disposed to SMSFs. Meanwhile, SMSF investors are looking offshore to take advantage of the high $A.


Is the share market a good play?

26 November 2013 | Broker reports editor

Super funds have reduced their ownership of shares since 2007, and since 2011. That is partly because of the rise of SMSF investors, who are less likely to diversify. How should they be assessing whether the share market is a good option?


Look overseas, but with care

18 November 2013 | PSI

Economies Investors who invested overseas have done well over the last year -- and that is with the $A still at historically high levels. The reasons to look offshore remain, but great caution is needed. The economies of the developed world remain under long term pressure and big companies are still reluctant to invest.


Developing world worth a look

17 November 2013 | PSI

Developing The $A is high and SMSF investors should be looking offshore for some diversification. The developing world offers some high revenue-generating stocks, but there is also a higher level of risk in what are immature capital markets.


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