Whilst I don’t label my investing style as one that specifically targets dividends, I have noticed that SMSF investors in particular often embrace such a style. What I do sometimes blog about though is certain “special situations” or “hidden value” that lurks underneath the surface. I thought therefore I would discuss a few situations I have noticed recently that combine such strategies.Continue reading “ASX STOCKS THAT COULD PAY FULLY FRANKED DIVIDENDS IN 2021 & 2022”
It is quite possible that discounts on LICs might continue to contract in 2021, mainly due to a lack of supply. It is therefore no surprise that I am not expecting a great deal of LIC IPO activity next year. There was controversy surrounding sales commissions and LIC IPOs that got plenty of attention in 2019. (This was after a flood of new issuance in the few years prior, with many poor performers). For this reason, I doubt whether financial planners and investors have great appetite yet to take the plunge into new closed end fund products.Continue reading “ASX LIC TRENDS FOR 2021 IN TERMS OF DISCOUNTS / PREMIUMS & POTENTIAL IPOs”
How to invest for a living?
Before you go “all-in” on a portfolio full of the highest franked dividend payers on the ASX, read below to consider being diversified from a political and taxation standpoint. Likewise maybe be wary of going “all-in” to other investments based solely on current taxation incentives in place.
When I come across articles about how Australian investors need more diversification it often does not refer to potentially changing tax laws. There is a bit of overlap with these themes but there are different issues to consider.