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Why we think Australian equities are kinky

Why we think Australian equities are kinky

8 Feb 2016 | InvestSMART | by Jonathan Ramsay

InvestSMART has recently reviewed their Diversified Portfolios and projected returns for the different asset classes. The take-away? Our portfolios remain well diversified and we have decided not to change any weightings across the various asset classes. Australian equities, are currently a little bit kinky or volatile, but at these prices, should provide a decent long term returns with a few meaningful bumps along the way. Bond investors shouldn’t expect too much.

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Tax reform killed by cheap pollies

4 Feb 2016 | Intelligent Investor | by John Addis

Yesterday, I went in search of evidence of the well-known complexity of Australian tax law, finding it in the 11 volumes of t…

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Counting dollars at Macquarie

10 Feb 2016 | Intelligent Investor | by James Carlisle

Without the help of a falling Aussie dollar, Macquarie might struggle to grow, but a lower share price helps to make up for t…

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CBA result to steady market nerves

10 Feb 2016 | By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets) | by Ric Spooner

Short term relief about the banking sector is likely to steady nerves, at least temporarily in early trading. A solid profit …

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Ansell: Interim result 2016

9 Feb 2016 | Intelligent Investor | by Graham Witcomb

Ansell's Medical division was hit hard by supply constraints, but this result wasn't without its bright spots.

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