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Glenn Freeman  |  08 Jul 2019Text size  Decrease  Increase  |  
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A short-list of Morningstar Australia's most undervalued stocks, an assessment of dividend-focused ETFs and tax tips ranked among our 10 most read articles last week.

5 stocks trading at steep discounts 

Fun parks, fungicides and pay TV feature in this list of stocks that track as undervalued relative to Morningstar analysts' fair value estimates.

Sizing up Australian dividend-ETFs 

Dividend exchange-traded-funds are a developing feature of the Australian listed product market - we find out which hold Morningstar medals.

SMSFs turned away from blue-chip stocks in FY19 

Financial year 2019 marked the "souring of an enduring love affair" between self-managed super funds and Australian blue-chip stocks

Tax effective investments for the new financial year 

With the new tax year underway and the Coalition back in the saddle in Canberra, it’s a good time to look ahead and consider some strategies for tax effective investing.

Retirees need to be more cautious than ever  

In the lead-up to retirement, there is a widely held view that investors should scale back on stocks in favour of less-risky asset classes like term deposits and fixed income.

Average new retiree is not accessing the age pension

New research challenges the popular perception that most Australians are accessing the aged pension the moment they become eligible.

A 7-step guide to reviewing your portfolio 

The start of a new financial year is a good time to take a fresh look at your portfolio and your plan. 

Setting your SMSF pension payments for fiscal 2020 

SMSF trustees in pension phase have some decisions to make about how much they draw down and from which accounts, explains Accurium's Melanie Dunn.

Investing basics: should investors bulk-buy or drip-feed?

While dollar-cost averaging and lump-sum approaches to investing both have a role to play, one is usually superior to the other, writes Emma Rapaport.

How to maximise your success as an individual investor 

Just because you're a self-directed investor doesn't mean you need to take an inferior approach, with plenty of new technologies, investor information and other tools now at your disposal.

is senior editor for Morningstar Australia

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