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GENERAL QUESTIONS, Questions about all stocks etc.
flower
post Posted: Feb 2 2012, 07:41 PM
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In Reply To: arty's post @ Feb 2 2012, 06:23 PM

but if it's got to be Juliana, it's here: http://www.brrmedia.com/event/92581/julian...-market-analyst
She was on air at 6:55 (AWST) this morning.

Thanks very much for that arty--yes it has to be Julianna, not only is she fantastic to look at, has a gorgeous voice, but delivers the message succinctly--a great way to start the day.

Can you tell me why though it no longer appears regularly as an item each day in SS's active topics "topics titled" on lhs of page?




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arty
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In Reply To: flower's post @ Feb 2 2012, 05:57 PM

I have gone back to http://members.mdsnews.com/tv/default.aspx

but if it's got to be Juliana, it's here: http://www.brrmedia.com/event/92581/julian...-market-analyst
She was on air at 6:55 (AWST) this morning.



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sirob
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In Reply To: flower's post @ Feb 2 2012, 05:57 PM

Do you have to be a Commsec customer to recieve the Commsec Morning Report--or can anybody get it--if so how?

hello flower, the answer is no, its freely available to all, goto www.comsec.com.au goto news and research at top of page and you should be able to access the daily reports


 
flower
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Do you have to be a Commsec customer to recieve the Commsec Morning Report--or can anybody get it--if so how?

This is one of the best morning summations around , and up to recently this was available on SS well before the market opened in WA, but for some reason it no longer is appearing on SS before the market opens in WA.

Thanks in advance.



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datum
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On the yahoo finance site(link below)
i have a list of stocks to look at prices.
The yahoo site automatically refreshes prices (I.E. the screen)
every 60 seconds or so.

Does anybody know how to switch off the refresh.

It drives me batty , since
the market has been closed for 5 hours , i dont think the prices are going to change.

http://au.finance.yahoo.com/
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kevan
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   Anyone else having trouble logging into etrade this morning?



same here can't log on to etradePRO
Kevan

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FIXED IT
date on computer was wrong
Kevan

 


wondra
post Posted: Jul 3 2006, 09:26 AM
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In reply to: martet on Monday 03/07/06 09:21am

Hi Martet,

No problems here (Im in Bris)

 
martet
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Anyone else having trouble logging into etrade this morning?

All i can get is a "scheduled maintenance" message, maintenance which was suppossed to be completed by 9.00pm, Sunday. sad.gif




 
ozeb
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In reply to: rozella on Wednesday 31/05/06 09:45am

Thanks Rozella. Yes, I am aware of the tax office rule. However, I would suggest that they wouldn't mind in the slightest if you paid the tax on it earlier. I had a few LPTs last year and it wasn't practical to split the distribution summary into different tax years. A minefield. My ex-accountant preferred differently to the ATO rule for some reason. I guess most would prefer to follow the ATO advice.

 
rozella
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In reply to: ozeb on Tuesday 30/05/06 10:17pm

G'day ozeb,

This is the relevant link from the ATO

When do you include a dividend?

Income from dividends
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When do you include a dividend?
A dividend is assessable in the year it is paid or credited to you. Your dividend statement should have the relevant date (generally referred to as the payment date or date paid).

Example

Lucas received a dividend statement dated 20 April 2005, notifying him of a dividend paid. Lucas will need to include the dividend as part of his assessable income for the year ended 30 June 2005 on his 2004-05 tax return.

Example

Kristie received a dividend statement dated 30 September 2004 notifying her of a final dividend for the year ended 30 June 2004. Because the payment date of the dividend was 30 September 2004, Kristie will need to include it in her 2004-05 tax return.

rozella


 
 


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