- Investment strategies
- Why invest in the stock market?
- Buy and hold or technical analysis? Why you need an investment plan
- Value investing and short selling in volatile markets
- Using technical analysis to support value investing
- Investing in the unexpected
- Franking credits, explained
- What is dividend stripping and is it a sensible strategy?
- Investing in quality IPOs
- How to invest in stocks that benefit from a moving Australian dollar
- Reasons to avoid bonds when interest rates are low
- How value investors use Skaffold
- Quality, growth and value = a winning strategy
- Know your investor type and boost your performance
- Technical + fundamental analysis = better buy and sell decisions
- Fundamental investing
- Value investing and the price earnings ratio
- Intrinsic valuation models and methodology
- Value investments or value traps?
- How to find value stocks in a bull market
- Find value investments in expanding markets
- Why capital raisings struggle to add investment value
- How to value an insurance company
- Top stocks
- 5 qualities of top stocks
- How to find stocks with a competitive advantage
- Why return on equity is the best measure of business performance
- Using cash flow to find value investments
- Finding high quality dividend stocks
- Debt is not always a dirty word
- Why Skaffold share investment software makes sense
- Using economic factors to uncover the best investment options
- How do experts find top stocks to invest in?
- Investing in global stocks
- How to invest in international shares on global stock markets
- Benefits of investing in international shares
Cash and Aussie shares: are they right for your SMSF?
Don’t get caught up in the hype and misconceptions.
When it comes to running your own SMSF, some people would have you believe it’s only for the super wealthy or ultra brainy. Nothing could be further from the truth.
According to Australia’s premier body for SMSF investors, the SMSF Association, here are the most common myths and misconceptions about SMSFs that you should regularly question and discuss with your SMSF advisor:
1. SMSFs only invest in cash and Australian shares
2. SMSFs are for rich, older people
3. SMSFs are all using gearing to invest in property
4. SMSFs have tax advantages over other super funds
To download the SMSF Association's latest Trustee document click here.
About The SMSF Association
The SMSF Association exists to improve the quality of advisors, the knowledge of trustees and the credibility and health of the vibrant SMSF community.
As part of their commitment to improving the knowledge of trustees they create complimentary information documents for Trustees discussing common misconceptions around SMSFs. Click here to view the latest document.