RBA leaves rates on hold (again)

Dec 04, 2018 admin Australian economy, Fixed Income, news, Property, SMSF 0 Comment

2018 has proven rather uneventful for the Australian Reserve Bank. With the average Australian the most indebted they have ever been (at circa 190% of disposable income to debt) it has been welcome to most to see cash rates remain at their historic 1.5% low.

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Franking credits - Bill Shorten & Labor's proposition

Nov 28, 2018 admin Australian economy, Equity, news, Property, SMSF 0 Comment

The following analysis has been sourced from a Listed Investment Company (BKI) which focuses on investing in high yielding companies for its investors. It discusses the proposal and what the chief concerns are with regard to the policy.

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Property prices to continue to slump?

Nov 21, 2018 admin Alternative Assets, Australian economy, Equity, news, Property, SMSF 0 Comment

Australian house prices continue to make headlines for all the wrong reasons.

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The broader implications of trade wars & a stronger USD

Sep 03, 2018 admin Alternative Assets, Australian economy, Fixed Income, Global economy, news, Property, SMSF 0 Comment

President Trump is shaking up the status quo of global politics. His main game has been to reverse the unfair advantage he believes China has had in the US economy. China has amassed an almost $30b trade surplus from net exports to the US, exporting everything from Christmas lights, t-shirts, and steel. His laser like focus on China has seen him levy tariffs of $50b, and now upping the ante to $200b.

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End of the great money pump

May 04, 2018 admin Australian economy, Equity, Fixed Income, Global economy, news, Property, SMSF 0 Comment

Central Banks have been responsible for the most unprecidented economic policy in modern times.

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