• Feature Article

    Money isn't what it used to be

    It is assumed that the economy needs surplus capital to grow. But as innovation gains pace, that is becoming less and less true. So finance has instead turned to making money from money. Watch out.
  • Feature Article

    How overseas markets are faring

    With the All Ords turning into a dividend play, DIY investors seeking for capital gains should at least look at overseas equity markets. So what is happening?
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What we learned this week 26 Nov 14

 | 26 Nov 2014  | Columns

learnWeak iron ore prices, SMSF auditing may be automated, SMSFs not diversified into bonds, tax advantages, falling Australian dollar and property dangers.


Columns

Reynard

Money isn't what it used to be

It is assumed that the economy needs surplus capital to grow. But as innovation gains pace, that is becoming less and less true. So finance has instead turned to making money from money. Watch out.

In-Depth

How overseas markets are faring

WorldWith the All Ords turning into a dividend play, DIY investors seeking for capital gains should at least look at overseas equity markets. So what is happening?

Interview

Good preparation beats trying to pick markets

George LucasB2B financial services entrepreneur George Lucas says non-professional investors do not understand that the business of investing is not about picking where markets are going. It is about preparing well with a properly diversified strategy. And understanding that very few people in the Australian market make the important decisions.

Humour

The great Down Under shirt front

What exactly does prime minister Tony Abbott have in mind for the Russian president, Vladimir Putin? It is a great prospect.

 

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