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During times when stock markets are in a slump and the economy is shaky people turn to investing their monies in other commodities that they perceive to be stable investments and almost guaranteed to increase in value. A large number of new entrants to the collectibles market suggest that this market is seen as a safe market for investment. If a potential investor is looking to invest his money in coins or jewelry then he has a relatively good chance of making a sound investment. Most other collectible markets are not immune to current economic pressure and should be recognized for what they are – a great hobby and not the best ...
flagged that it intends to recommend that SMSFs be forbidden from investing in collectibles and personal-use assets; such as, art, jewellery, exotic cars, yachts, antiques, race horses and wine. The almighty sting in the tale however, is that the proposed ban would also force SMSFs currently holding collectibles, to sell those assets by end of June 2020. (I explain the background to this latest batch of preliminary recommendations in the article SMSFs: Nothing exotic or personal says Cooper Review .) According to the latest ATO statistics, SMSFs have invested half a billion dollars ($496 ... Read More
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