Eureka Report Articles 2011 Archive
30/09/2011 - Let's fix investor OH&S - There are four ways markets are stacked against retail investors. Here's what should be done.
24/08/2011 - Tread carefully with this hybrid - Rather than lending to the ANZ for eight years, perhaps you should just buy its shares.
12/08/2011 - Dividend power - Higher yield on sold down stocks could help investors protect themselves against short-term capital losses.
25/07/2011 - How does zero tax sound? - Inside or outside of superannuation, here's a handy tax break.
15/07/2011 - Clean up with carbon tax - Get ready to make the most of the new tax scales from July next year.
11/07/2011 - Eight reasons to invest outside super - It's a great place to accumulate wealth, but super is only one part of a sound investment strategy.
29/06/2011 - My simple market beater - Easy, proven investment strategies once again outperform the clever manoeuvres of sophisticated investors.
15/06/2011 - Divide and Conquer - Splitting superannuation contributions could be making a comeback with looming rule changes
20/05/2011 - The tax rise no one noticed - Back-of-the-envelope calculations reveal that the failure to index the tax-free threshold delivers the government an additional $3 billion every year.
11/05/2011 - Retirees' handy bonus - The work bonus detailed in the budget adds to the government’s theme of flexibility for retirees.
08/04/2011 - To DRP or not to DRP? - Whether to join a dividend reinvestment program can be a difficult decision. Here are some factors to consider.
25/03/2011 - Origin shows how - Origin Energy’s share issue is fair to all shareholders and should become a template for the industry.
25/02/2011 - BHP's Buyback - Investors in a zero tax environment will be able to make the most of BHP's $5 billion buyback program.
04/02/2011 - If only investing had a 'system' - No matter how data is tortured, there is still no reliable way of predicting market tops and bottoms.
31/01/2011 - This idea has my vote - Investors in managed funds should be allowed to exercise their own vote at AGMs, rather than have the fund vote for them.