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We are retired and in receipt of the aged pension.
I feel that my holding in AGL has ran it’s race and while it is fairly well priced, I may sell and replace with Aristocrat.
The other question is, with the probable Labour win – Would you suggest that for a person in a position of not paying tax, to look at investing with a priority on companies paying franked dividends?
There is a considerable likelihood right now that imputation credits earned in a SMSF in pension phase after June 30 will be lost.
It is annoying that 3 of the banks pay their next dividends in the first week of July!!
Is there any way of encouraging those banks to pull forward into the last week of June this year for the benefit of some of their shareholders?
I’m holding Syrah. I had read and believed the different broker opinions were really good and yet since I bought, they have come back around 30% especially in the last few days.
What are your thoughts on at least partly recovering once the shine comes of oil and iron ore?
1. With the past 18 to 24 months after reviewing positive assessments, our SMSF bought progressively into Contango (CIE) at an average of $0.951. We now hold 81,000 CIE currently priced around $0.75. Would you suggest holding or selling some or all of CIE.
2. In the present market situation how would you compare CIE with Magellan Finance (MFG) and WAM Research (WAX) each of which we also hold — and may be affected by a Labor government’s approach to franking credits. Should we reduce holdings in CIE, now or progressively when it strengthens, and buy more of either MFG or WAX.?
3. Grateful to have your advice.