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Leighton bid implies caution

18 March 2014 | Reynard

LeightonThe bid by Hochtieff for three quarters of the construction company has led to a sudden boost in the share price. But how long will it last?


Buying listed investment funds

18 March 2014 |

Listed Investmenst Sometimes it is better to buy shares in professional investors than to buy units in their funds. You are buying the fund managers' ability to sell themselves. The ASX will be making the process easier this year, but DIY investors should be aware of the risks.


Going back to economic rationalism

18 March 2014 |

Economic Rationalim The Abbott government is returning the country to "economic rationalism". But as the distortion in the property market demonstrates, there is no such thing in reality. Manufacturing will not get support, but other areas of the economy are getting great government assistance. That has investment implications.


Property oversupply danger to super investors

18 March 2014 | Staff reporter

Property Danger

Australians' obssession with property investment has led to an overheated market. There are warning signals about Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne, analysts are warning.


Insurers may be worth a look

13 March 2014 | Broker reports editor

insuranceThe insurance sector may fail to meet its growth targets, but inflows are reasonably "normal" according to one broker.


Borrowing rises in US

10 March 2014 | Staff reporter

BorrowingThe global financial system is gradually recovering from the GFC. There are signs that private borrowing is resuming in America and the UK. And China remains strong. It suggests that investment conditions are slowly returning to something like normalcy, although dangers remain.


New understanding of the SMSF trustee market

06 March 2014 | Dr Colin Benjamin

SMSF ResearchGovernment decisions to free up the financial consulting market raise questions about the sensitivities of those who are most vulnerable to self-serving financial advisors. In reality, without at least $200,000 invested, there is a risk that higher fees will eat into nest eggs. It is worth considering the deregulation of agents.


Global fund managers bullish

06 March 2014 |

Global bullish A survey of global fund managers suggests that they are becoming more optimistic. When the big money players start to invest, it is usually good for markets.


Rising bond yields not a negative for the stock market

05 March 2014 |

BondsRising bond yields in the US are being treated as a bad sign for the US stock market, which is at historic highs. But it could just as easily be interpreted as a positive sign that the financial system is beginning to recover, which would be a positive for the stock market.


Outlook benign

04 March 2014 | Broker reports editor

Outlook benignA broker says first half earnings per share growth suggests the stock market is headed for 15% full year growth. Dividend payouts remain high. The miners have made a comeback.


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