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Meet the Editor of Personal Super Investor

19 June 2014 |

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Next month, our Sydney readers have the ability to see David James, Editor of ‘PSI’ presenting a number of Seminars at the 2014 Trading, Super, Investing, - Future Wealth Forum. Personal Super Investor is a media partner for this year’s forum. 

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The pitfalls of buying overseas property

18 June 2014 |

OS HouseIn theory, the collapse of property prices in the US or Europe represents a great buying opportunity for DIY super funds. But that is only the start of the story.


The great property secret

17 June 2014 | Reynard

SecretIf the key to property purchases is location, location, location, the key to investing in property is timing, timing, timing. Trouble is, timing is far harder to assess.


Buy now, sell to selfies later

17 June 2014 |

SelfiesProfessional investors, who manage the big institutional funds, are looking at the "amateur" investors in the self manager super funds as potential targets. It potentially gives a guide to up and coming stocks.


Australian housing heads for the stratosphere

13 June 2014 |

AstroThe IMF ranks Australia third in the world for expensive housing. It is a caution for SMSF investors thinking of including housing in their portfolios.


Too reckless to be allowed out

12 June 2014 |

RecklessThe Bank for International Settlements puts the global stock of derivatives at $710 trillion. It is equal to more than twice the capital stock of the world. The dangers of such massive leverage are great.


One million SMSF players

11 June 2014 |

millionThere are over 1 million SMSF trustees. On average they are 60, have about $1.7 million in the fund and have grown the assets by five times over the last decade -- it is up $65 billion in the last year. It is an extraordinary story and a profound shift in the Australian financial landscape. 


Zero interest rates and deflation make investment problematic

10 June 2014 | Reynard

DeflationAcross the developed world interest rates are close to zero. Australia is a little better off, but investors should understand a world in which the cost of capital has almost disappeared.


Kids miss their parents

10 June 2014 | Louise Bedford

Louise BedfordMany parents are in a race to keep up with work pressures, often because they are worried about their children's future. But it can come with a cost.


Pensioners under pressure

10 June 2014 | Lisa Peters

PressureThe trend is clear. Ageing is making pensions harder to sustain and saving for yourself is paramount. Many pensioners are leaving. Australia is better off in terms of its government finances than many countries, but the same demographic shifts are occurring.


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