As always, what drives stocks up can pull stocks down. I take a look at what’s been directing the stockmarket of late, and yep, it’s all about Donald Trump’s tax cu..
Paul Rickard discusses whether it’s better to invest in LICs or ETFs and addresses one of the most frequently asked questions by investors - which is the best managed i..
There are increasing signs that the property market is slowing, but as Roger Montgomery explains, construction activity could soon see a boost. He offers two stocks with ..
In today’s report, Trade Me Group was upgraded while Dulux was in the Not-so-good’ books
In this week’s likes and dislikes is an insurance company, a building company and a popular energy company.
US stocks could not keep up Thursday’s positivity and it was a case of what drives stocks up can pull stocks down. And yep, it’s all about Donald Trump’s tax cuts, ..
You will never see cash rates and long bond yields lower than what we see today, according to Charlie Aitken. The only question remains how fast they will rise.
Tony Featherstone compares tech with telco and looks at the value of three small-to-large caps; Telstra, TPG and Amaysim.
The A2 Milk Company is in the early stage of a transformation and margins have been growing, according to Julia Lee from Bell Direct.
In this week’s report, Coca Cola Amatil was in the good books while Rio Tinto was downgraded.
Paul Rickard answers a reader’s query about tax treatment for a person over 60.
This bank reporting season can only be described as underwhelming. Paul Rickard compares the latest results from the majors and gives his analysis on the sector.
We’ve finally crossed the 6000 line, so how much higher can we go? I propose a new goal and explain why I think we’ll hit the 6800-threshold by next year.
There’s a growing number of SaaS providers on the ASX today. James Dunn takes a look at five of the most promising.
In this week’s likes and dislikes is a building materials company, an entertainment retailer and a bank.
In this week’s upgrades and downgrades is the Commonwealth Bank and Xero.
Considering what made the Dow Jones slump 166 points in double quick time (talk of delays to the Trump tax cuts, thanks to the nincompoop Republicans in the US Senate) ou..
Charlie Aitken explains why he sees high dividend pay out ratios, as was the case with Telstra (TLS), as a clear warning sign to investors.
The online property-services group has potential for larger industry disruption, according to Tony Featherstone..
BetaShares Global Banks ETF will get you exposure to the global banking sector, according to Marcel von Pfyffer of Arminius Capital.
This week, Westpac landed itself in the not-so-good books while JB Hi-Fi was Upgraded.
Paul Rickard answers your queries about H-Shares and financial terminology.
With the Melbourne Cup stopping the nation Tuesday, James Dunn gives a punter’s overview of the market.
With overseas markets still in record territory, is the best contrarian play to go longer on local stocks? I look at the Oz market and explain why I think we’ll play ca..
Paul Rickard updates the income and growth portfolios, here’s the results.
Oz Minerals and Sandfire Resources were in the good books, while Isentia Group was downgraded to ‘Underperform.'
In this week’s likes and dislikes is a popular electronics retailer and a dairy company.
The stars seem to be aligning for stock market optimists and even if we’re jumping the gun by a few weeks, it looks highly likely that by the end of December we’ll be..
Charlie Aitken explains why your portfolio needs more direct exposure to China.
Retail may have taken a pounding this year, but smart investors will see new opportunity in ‘Fortress’ shopping centre owners, explains Tony Featherstone.
Reliance has increased it’s earnings almost ten fold in the past five years, according to Jun Bei Liu of Tribeca Investment Partners.
In today’s report, brokers upgraded Macquarie Group and Woolworths, while Fairfax copped a downgrade.
Fabian Bussoletti of AMP Advice answers a reader’s query on their eligibility for the Commonwealth Seniors Health card after selling a holiday home and Paul Rickard off..
With Halloween on our doorstep, James Dunn looks at some of the scariest stocks on the market.
UK economist Jonathan Tepper says we’re in the euphoric phase of the bull market before our inevitable crash. I take a look at this theory and offer my view on how long..
One of the more influential business books is Tom Peter’s 1999 classic “The Circle of Innovation: You Can’t Shrink Your Way to Greatness”. Paul Rickard looks dis..
ANZ was in the not-so-good books this week while Blackmore’s got an Outperform upgrade
In this week’s likes and dislikes are BHP, financial services and a waste management
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