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Where to invest for income when interest rates are low

With interest rates at historic lows, investing for income has become a challenge for many people, especially those who have retired or are close to it. Sure, it's safe to leave your money in the bank - where deposits of up to $250,000 with each approved ... More
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The US recession is coming - you have 18 months

How does David Buckle know that the recession in the US is coming? "The bond market is saying recession," explains Fidelity's head of investment solutions, referring to the pattern of historical bond data. "It has called the last three recessions and ... More
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Where to invest when term deposit rates are low

For many investors it's a constant challenge to find the balance of income, growth and security that's right for their investment objectives and risk appetite. The need for yield isn't changing but ways to find it are. Here are the top five reasons ... More
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Two reasons to invest in corporate bonds direct

Only a bond is a bond Imagine your adviser telling you not to buy the shares you own on the ASX. That you should instead invest in shares via a managed fund or exchange traded fund (ETF). You lose transparency and cop a layer of fees. But if you believed ... More
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Investing outlook: pockets of value

Identifying a standout asset class in 2017 is challenging because of the dramatic influence that lower bond yields have had on asset valuations over the past year. Most asset classes - bonds and equities - are already expensive and could be challenged ... More
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What happened to lower for longer interest rates?

Interest rates have suddenly started moving higher again, at least in bond markets. Sure, the US Fed is embarking on an ultra-modest lift in its cash rate from close to zero to less than 1% in the year ahead, but everywhere else - including Australia ... More
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Should investors steer clear of American equities?

Although stocks on Wall Street touched record highs in August, the world's most important equity market appears to have a mounting set of challenges and if they can't be overcome it will have clear negative implications for the local market and Australian ... More
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