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Just because there’s more money chasing a limited number of opportunities, which inevitably drives up prices, this doesn’t change the underlying intrinsic value of a company, Roger Montgomery writes.
Roger MontgomeryApril 18, 2019
Tahn Sharpe sits down with influential adviser Michael Kitces to discuss the US retirement landscape, different approaches to advice regulation and the ‘god-given right to be an idiot’.
Tahn SharpeApril 17, 2019
A fund manager has put the case forward for a moderation of the ALP’s proposed end to imputation refunds. A combined limit on super and credit refunds would be better, he says.
Tahn SharpeApril 16, 2019
Advisers are far from forming a consolidated view on the banning of legacy commissions, but an online poll reveals 65 per cent either agree with the 2021 cut-off date or want to bring it forward.
Tahn SharpeApril 15, 2019