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Where are interest rates heading?

30 October 2014 |

Where toRelatively benign inflation numbers suggest that we are heading into a stable interest rate environment. It suggests that DIY investors will need to diversify away from cash to get good returns.


What we learned this week 29 Oct 14

29 October 2014 |

learnWhy property is high, pressure on borrowing in super, calls to fund better financial services regulation by users, the effects of QE on wealth distribution, the possible end of the oil era.


The psychology of control

29 October 2014 |

ControlSMSF super funds are usually set up so trustees can gain greater control over what happens to them. So when markets become volatile and it is apparent that nobody controls them, what are the psychological effects?


Asking the big questions

28 October 2014 |

QuestionDIY investors tend to look at the details of their individual choices. But it is also worthwhile looking at the bigger picture in its various aspects.


More tap their super to pay down housing debt

28 October 2014 |

HelpMore are using their super to pay down housing debt. But measures to make it easier would be a very bad idea because it would make the local capital markets even more concentrated.


Will Australian banks have to reduce their dividends?

27 October 2014 |

CapitalThe Financial Services inquiry is expected to ask the Big Four banks to retain more capital. It may put pressure on dividends.


Have you used related party loans in your super?

24 October 2014 |

RelatedThe ATO may be about to make changes to the law and it is advisable to be careful.


Currency wars and deflation

23 October 2014 |

WarsMany developed economies are trying to keep their currencies weak in order to keep deflation away. A weak currency makes imports more expensive, which creates inflation.


What we learned this week 23 Oct 14

22 October 2014 |

learnSuper pool is getting too big for Australia, ageing, SMSFs continue to grow, the rich love property.


Slowing China a risk to Australia

21 October 2014 |

ChinaChina's apparently insatiable demand for iron ore seems to be weakening. It could have profound implications for the Australian economy.


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