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The 'sophisticated investor' trap

26 November 2013 | Staff reporter

“sophisticated”If you have $5 million in your DIY super fund you are a retail investor, but if you have $5 million as an individual you are a wholesale investor and considered "sophisticated". Go figure. It is one of the contradictions of the new financial advice laws.


Australia's property class war

25 November 2013 | PSI

“Property”SMSF investors are looking at property for investment. But Australia's property market is very much supported by tax breaks, creating a two speed society -- property owners, and the rest. If this bias is corrected to improve social equity and government finances, it will have long term implications for DIY super investors.


Warning: Super is coming under pressure

25 November 2013 | PSI

 PressureThe signs are growing that as government finances come under pressure, super will be targeted. A Grattan Institute report has called for big tax changes. DIY super investors have to plan accordingly.


Rots of ruck

22 November 2013 | PSI

 LuckEconomists have a great liking for the "R" letter in their economic anarysis. Sorry, analysis. No, on second thoughts, let's go back to anarysis. It seems to have a nicer ring to it.

 


A property puzzle

22 November 2013 | Staff reporter

 PuzzleDo restrictions on land availability greatly affect property prices? Many argue that developers have been manipulating the market for decades. But according to one analyst, the picture is more complex.


On your own, retirement age shock

22 November 2013 | Reynard

 RetirementThe argument by the Productivity Commission to raise the retirement age to 70 may not look politically saleable, but it is a warning that the government will be much less willing to fund retirement as the population ages. The requirement to save for your own retirement has never been greater.


Investors worry about bubbles.

21 November 2013 | Broker reports editor

Bubbles Investors are growing nervous about bubbles being formed. But a report by Deutsche Bank shows that, while there are danger signals, the underlying valuations are about in line with the historical average.


Lower wage growth a drag

21 November 2013 | PSI

Lower Wages

Investors should assess the likely impact of lower wage growth on the Australian economy and financial options. Some are arguing that interest rates will have to stay low, and the high $A is having a big impact.


The dangers of financial advisers

20 November 2013 | PSI

Adviser New rules on financial advice will change the industry but clients are advised to be extremely cautious. There are gaps in the rules and the risks still remain.


Look overseas, but with care

19 November 2013 | PSI

Economies Investors who invested overseas have done well over the last year -- and that is with the $A still at historically high levels. The reasons to look offshore remain, but great caution is needed. The economies of the developed world remain under long term pressure and big companies are still reluctant to invest.


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