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Big miners undervalued

02 October 2013 | Broker reports editor

AgricultureInvestors in the big miners have had a disappointing two years. But some brokers are arguing that the undervaluing of the sector has gone on too long, and that an upwards correction is coming. Investors should ponder why the market is sceptical, however, tailoring expectations accordingly.


Tax for SMSFs and big funds

02 October 2013 |

AgricultureWith one exception, SMSF funds and managers of big super funds are subject to the same tax requirements. But they tend to behave differently because of the differences in scale. This especially affects the approach to property and certain aspects of stock market investing.


Is America's self-destruction an opportunity?

02 October 2013 | PSI

USAOpprtunityThe American economy may be adversely affected by the political gridlock in Washington. If there is serious volatility it may open up some buying opportunities. Investors may gain from watching the markets closely for mis-pricing.


Will the over-60s be taxed?

02 October 2013 |

Over60There is an increasing level of noise about introducing taxation on superannuants who are over 60. While it is extremely unlikely either side of politics would do anything that would result in a voter backlash there are many issues that should be watched. Super splitting is one of them.


A rare agriculture investment

02 October 2013 | Broker reports editor

AgricultureNufarm is one of the few stocks on the ASX that offers exposure to the agriculture sector. The company manufactures crop protection products. The stock has risen by a fifth since last April but brokers are divided about the best investment strategy.


Beware property sharks

02 October 2013 | PSI

Property SharkThere are increasing signs that property spruikers are targeting SMSF investors to sell houses. This represents some danger for the sector. Sticking to investment fundamentals, especially net rental yield, is paramount if problems are to be avoided.


SMSFs not to blame for higher property prices

27 September 2013 |

BlameA closer examination of the evidence suggests that SMSFs are being scapegoated over recent property price rises. In fact, the investments by SMSFs have been modest. Moreover, the recent increase in prices is mainly a recovery after the effects of the GFC, according to one economist.


The great rotation into property

27 September 2013 | PSI

Back-into-propertyThere are growing signs that confidence is returning in the property market. After hoarding cash and reducing debt in the wake of the GFC, Australians are starting to look at property investment again. That is also true of SMSF investors, who are bringing in large amounts of funds into play.


David Jones under a cloud

27 September 2013 | Broker reports editor

UncertainBrokers are pessimistic about the prospects for the share price of retailer David Jones. The company has aggressively restructured, but analysts believe there is still a way to go. For investors looking for exposure to the retail sector, Myer may be a better choice.


Big super funds target SMSF owners

27 September 2013 |

SMSF TargetThe big industry and retail funds have been losing business to SMSFs, who want to take over their own investing. The big funds don't like it so are increasing the pressure on the Abbott government to make the rules more difficult for DIY super. The battle will continue.


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