• Feature Article

    Is too much money chasing too few investments?

    As the super pool grows, it could be that too much capital for the scale of local investment options may be being created. This has great implications for DIY super investors, especially in relation to diversification.
  • Feature Article

    Debt and housing crises

    Australia has had a debt fuelled explosion in housing prices, which has created a generational divide and made the Australian economy, and banks, dependent on the housing market. The lesson of crises, meanwhile, is that they are usually caused by excessive debt.
Today's Lead Article

When to quit an SMSF

 | 18 Dec 2014  | SMSF

ByeA Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to PSI readers. To end the year, we look at when an SMSF is closed.


Columns

Reynard

Is too much money chasing too few investments?

As the super pool grows, it could be that too much capital for the scale of local investment options may be being created. This has great implications for DIY super investors, especially in relation to diversification.

In-Depth

The timing myth

MythMany think that investment is all about doing things at the right time. The long term evidence says otherwise.

Interview

Cutting out the middle man

Rick KlinkSMSF investors who are looking to diversify their investments often find themselves paying high annual fees. One provider reckons they have the solution.

Humour

Household gods

Why investment bankers are unappreciated deities.

 

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