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Are DIY funds facing a dividend disaster?

28 May 2014 |

DIY disasterThe biggest threat to self managed super are the "growing calls" to scrap dividend imputation. Most DIY funds have heavily relied on investing in companies that have fully franked dividends, especially the banks. If the tax break goes it would hit super funds hard.


Want to pay for financial advice? Buyer beware.

27 May 2014 |

BewareSuper investors have to assume responsibility for what happens to their own money. There is good financial advice available, but there is also a lot of self interested advice being proffered. It is very much a case of "buyer beware".


Only a quarter of stock market "healthy"

24 May 2014 |

Only 20 per cent healthyThe Australian stock market has big risks, according to analysts Lincoln Indicators. The Healthcare, Materials, Utilities and Energy sectors are especially problematic. Lincoln also gives its top picks for each sector.


Are the banks expensive?

23 May 2014 | Broker reports editor

Banks expensiveThe share prices of the banks are high when assessed in terms of their profits. Their dividends remain strong, but those expecting share price gains might want to look closely. The overall market, however, is in line with historical trends.


Australia is vulnerable to what happens in China

22 May 2014 |

ChinaAustralia's reliance on China is being exposed as the iron ore price falls. The $A, and Australian banks, may be vulnerable. It is a concern for investors.


Big funds have a big problem

21 May 2014 | Reynard

ProblemThe big fund managers tend to track the market, then underperform once fees are taken out. This is an important lesson for self managed super investors, which are much smaller. There are many other challenges.


Iron ore falls, is the $A next?

20 May 2014 |

oreThe iron ore price has fallen below $100 for the first time in two years. That will hit the major miners. Will another casualty be the $A?


Preparing, badly, for a crash

19 May 2014 |

CrashInvestment professionals are skilled at stating the obvious -- that there is a worrying asset bubble in the global markets. This is hardly surprising considering how much governments have been printing money. But then many are fully invested. Go figure.


Attacking information confusion

19 May 2014 |

andrew willinkDIY super investors have become buyers of retail investment products. But financial institutions have not prepared well for the retail market, and making sense of the information can be difficult. Enter on-line veteran, Andrew Willink.


Budget signals you are on your own

19 May 2014 |

PlanThe Budget signals an important change to national priorities. Ageing is making it less likely that government will help you when you are old, increasing the need for self reliance. For those who are able, planning for the long term is vital.


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