We found an interesting ad encouraging Australians to save for their future (pre-compulsory superannuation)

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We found an interesting ad encouraging Australians to save for their future (pre-compulsory superannuation). Orange juice certainly isn't $14 however the median house price in Adelaide was well over $400,000 in 2010. Highlighting the severely overvalued nature of the Australian property market. Australia's housing affordability is worse than other countries because the market did not breakdown to the magnitude other nations did during the GFC. Rising property prices starts alarms bell for the economy yet the real issue is when they fall- the paradox of property prices. The IMF is worried about housing prices rising too fast for the economy, and not about them rising in general as this is when a housing bubble could burst. We believe the Australian property market offers a poor risk/reward opportunity. However, there are some very attractive offshore property markets, showing greater growth and total return potential after severe collapses during the GFC. We currently have 18% of our global fund invested in US and European property related positions.

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