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Contractual conundrums of investors

02 May 2014 | Elise Margow

 Elise MargoIt is often a nightmare of many investors that just as they become comfortable navigating around complex property and share transactions they are confronted by a monstrous morass of legal documentation so lengthy, wordy and complex that it brings to mind the Joseph Joubert quote: When you go in search of honey you must expect to be stung by bees. It’s enough to make anyone throw up their hands in frustration and head for the hills.

Investors 1, the poor 0

02 May 2014 | Reynard

 winThe current debate over the need for Budget cuts is heavily biased towards the need to cut welfare. Investors, either in super or in housing, are not being asked to "share the pain". It does have implications.

Investing at the smaller end of the market

01 May 2014 | Broker reports editor

 small end DIY super investors tend to shy away from the smaller companies on the stock exchange. But there are ways of investing in the overall sector that are lower risk and there may be some opportunities. The sector looks undervalued when compared with the big companies.

The global property tidal wave

29 April 2014 |

property tsunamiHigh property prices and low affordability are becoming a global phenomenon. It is another example of the globalisation of investment markets. Super investors should take that into account when making decisions.

Money is all in the mind

28 April 2014 | Louise Bedford

Louise BedfordMoney is not bad in itself, but people do some strange things when they are dealing with it. Examining one's attitude to money is vital when investing. The self awareness can be invaluable.

Let the government create money

28 April 2014 |

makemoneyThe global financial crisis was caused by traders going wild, making up their own rules. Governments took a back seat. Many are calling for government to take back the control. It is an important debate for self managed super investors because financial stability is the most important variable in investment.

The great fee boom

28 April 2014 |

feeboomSuper fund managers are paid according to the size of assets under management, not a fee for service. As the super fund pool grows to $1.7 trillion, those fees are rising sharply. The cost to savers is massive, according to a new report.

Investment and cognitive bias

25 April 2014 | Reynard

BiasIt is common to talk about having and investment "philosophy". But what can real philosophy (and psychology) tell us about investment practice?

Picking the best portfolio allocations

24 April 2014 | Broker reports editor

AllocationMaking the right allocations into industry sectors is an important investment skill. Brokers are moving away from resources and Wesfarmers is believed to be fully priced.

They want to keep your money for longer

23 April 2014 |

keeping your money longerThe finance industry is lobbying to raise the age at which people will be able to get access to their super. It is being justified as being in line with the raising of the retirement age, but closer scrutiny suggests there are darker motives.

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