Geoff’s Franking Credit Musings I am consolidating these Facebook posts in one Blog, as it seems, from recent conversations, many of you haven’t seen them and I think they are worth considering. In March, the Labor party launched its tax proposals should it win power at the next election. One of its main fund-raising proposals…

In recent months, I have been advising investors to be cautious, because I was worried about rising trade tensions between China and the U.S. But now that the two sides have announced trade tariffs, I have become less worried, not more worried. This is because I don’t expect a real trade war between China and…

Are your bullish or bearish heading into 2018 Only time will tell if a bull or bear market awaits investors in 2018. There’s plenty of ammunition for both scenarios. I think it will pay investors to look closely at the boundaries marked by the bull and bear cases, and treat them like the flags between…

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Geoff was recently asked to comment on Macquarie Bank’s robo advice that is advising members to exit the market and stay in cash while this volatility purists. Here is what Geoff had to say on the matter; Yes, the markets are volatile and that volatility is going to continue – but if you can handle…

Below is a recent update by Hugh Giddy from Investors Mutual. Full article available here

Anton Tagliaferro of Investors Mutual and QV Equities speaks to Tom Piotrowski about the current state of the global economy, and his LIC, QV Equities (QVE.ASX). This was originally posted on the QV Equities website

The following is a snip-it from Premium China’s February 2016 Investment Insight Amidst the market volatilities seen in the month of January and the increasing fear of a China hard landing, we would like to share with you our investment team’s view on the recent market developments and thoughts on topics such as currency and…

Why China fears are overblown By James Laurenceson @ Business Speculator The capacity of Australia’s financial markets to see ghosts lurking in China’s economy has reached new heights. Analysts explain that the main reason $100 billion has been wiped from the value of local shares since the beginning of the year is that China is…

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