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Christopher Joye

In my first column for the year, I reflect on the debate I kicked off regarding the absence of any publicly managed super solution and the role the Future Fund could play in this context. After dealing with criticisms from vested interests, I query whether Chris Bowen has unwittingly wedged... Show More

Christopher Joye

In my AFR column I explain the consequences of Labor leader Bill Shorten's proposed new taxes for shares, property and hybrids---it's worth noting that even the Greens appear to have a problem with the notion of king-hitting prudent retirees with the Greens' leader vocally criticising Shorten's desire to deny retirees... Show More

BetaShares

If you already own Hybrids you’ll be familiar with some of their benefits: attractive yields, access to franking credits and lower volatility relative to equities. However, as terms and conditions differ from security to security, Hybrids can be a complex and admin intensive asset class for investors. Show More

Clime Asset Management

A new wall of super money is set to radically alter Australia’s investment market and returns. The Australian market is being hit by a compounding wall of superannuation money, which we think will significantly alter the outlook and composition of returns for the next decade. This has serious implications for... Show More

Clime Asset Management

A debate has begun over whether Australian companies are paying out too much cash in dividends to shareholders, and not enough capital is being reinvested. We think this is an extremely serious issue and is closely linked to Australia's future economic performance and the performance of local equity markets in... Show More