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Where are we in the global investment cycle? What does this mean for investors?

Where are we in the global investment cycle? What does this mean for investors?

15 February 2017

Jono Forrest, Director of Boyce Financial Services in our Cooma office recently uploaded the following article from Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital. 

It’s now a decade since the first problems with US sub-prime mortgages started to appear and nearly eight years since share markets hit their global financial crisis lows. An obvious question is how close the next downturn is, which ultimately relates to where we are in the investment cycle.

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Changes to the Assets Test for Centrelink Aged Pensions

Changes to the Assets Test for Centrelink Aged Pensions

28 November 2016

Beginning 1 January 2017, changes announced in the Federal Budget regarding the Asset Test for the Aged Pension will come into effect.

Who do these measures apply to?

If you are over 65 and in receipt of a full or part Aged Pension, then you need to be aware that for every $1,000 owned above the assets test free amount your pension will be reduced by $3 (this was previously reduced by $1.50 for every $1,000). 

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Donald Trump elected President of the US. Implications for investors and Australia.

Donald Trump elected President of the US. Implications for investors and Australia.

9 November 2016

Lindsay Garnock, Director of Boyce Financial Services recently uploaded the following article from Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital. 

After a seemingly long and difficult campaign Donald Trump has been elected president of the United States with the Republican Party likely retaining control of the House, and probably the Senate, in Congress. 

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Five ways to help manage the noise and turn down the worry list

Five ways to help manage the noise and turn down the worry list

8 November 2016

Paul Fisher, Director at Boyce Financial Services in our Moree office recently uploaded the following article from Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital. 

We are going through one of those periods where it seems there is a long list of things for investors to worry about: the US election; the Fed; ever present fears about a break of the Eurozone; and China.

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Shares hit another rough patch - five things investors should consider doing

Shares hit another rough patch - five things investors should consider doing

21 September 2016

Peter KIng, Director at Boyce Financial Services in our Goulburn office recently uploaded the following article from Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital. 

After decent gains in shares and other growth assets since February (& Brexit) we look to have hit another rough patch on the back of concerns around the Fed, global bond yields and event risk in the months ahead. However, with most share markets offering reasonable value, global monetary conditions remaining easy and no sign of the much feared recession this is more likely to be a correction than the resumption of a bear market.

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