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The US bull market may have a way to go

18 November 2014 |

Bull MarketThe bull run in the equities market in the US should, if history is a guide, have a way to run. It may still be a buying opportunity for DIY super investors.


Dividends down, but still high

17 November 2014 |

UpThe Australian stock market has not gone anywhere in terms of share prices, but dividends remain high. It is an income, not a capital gains play.


Even Christine Lagarde won't buy in Sydney

14 November 2014 |

CostlyThe IMF has officially said Australian housing prices are too high. Now, one report says the IMF's head can't justify buying in Sydney.


The mortgage trick that won't go away

12 November 2014 |

WrongResidential Mortgage Backed Securities have collapsed in America after the GFC, but in Australia they have made a big comeback.


Wages versus the stock market

12 November 2014 |

WagesLow interest rates, rising profits and low inflation have all benefited global stock markets. They may have a common cause: falling real wages. Workers' declining bargaining power is helping investors.


What we learned this week 11 Nov 14

12 November 2014 |

learnSMSFs over exposed to shares, why people set up SMSFs, the global decline in wages, super funds to disclose pay, what happens when trustees have health problems.


How cheap can money get?

10 November 2014 |

cashWith the Bank of Japan and the ECB easing monetary policy, concerns are growing that money is too cheap. It may be leading to unhealthy speculation.


Is the market a 'stag' market?

07 November 2014 |

stagnateStagging is investors buying in when there is optimism and selling out before reality bites. Is that what is happening in the stock market?


Property: Where to from here?

06 November 2014 |

Property where to?Some people truly believe that property prices only ever go up. They will tell you: “They are not making any more of it”. You could say that about land but you certainly can’t say that about apartments. The sky literally is the limit. Has Australia really run out of real estate? Or is it just limited by government policy and infrastructure?


The housing shortage is a myth

06 November 2014 |

MythAn analysis of supply and demand in Australia's property market suggests that they are not what is behind the rising prices. It suggests that there is a problem with financial excess.


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