The positives are more than outweighing the negatives, so we really could see a new high.
European shares are at their lowest discount ever versus US shares and here are five ways to buy in.
Four downgrades for the first week back, including Origin Energy and Santos.
“The Dow Jones index has had its strongest start to the year in 15 years and investors are now re-assessing the strength of the gains.” That’s how CNBC saw Thursday..
Near-term projects make entertainment group a possible takeover proposition.
This week we share our outlook for major companies including Westfield Trust following the Unibail Rodamco takeover announcement.
This toll road operator might be undervalued but it has plenty of potential.
A strongly performing Wall Street buoyed local markets in December which led to strong returns for both our portfolios.
Could we break our own all-time market high of around 6800 this year?
Companies focussed on developing new cancer treatments could be a good investment for the future.
Are cracks starting to appear in the apartment market in some states?
Happy New Year! I’m back and, like the markets, I feel pumped for stocks in 2018.
These stocks may have had a lacklustre 2017 but could be about to turn the tables in the coming year.
These damn Trump tax cuts need to be sorted out this week for a good end to the year!
If you’re already a Transurban security holder the entitlement offer might be a no-brainer but what if you’re not? Is it a “buy in weakness” stock?
Broker upgrades still exceeded downgrades last week with Oz Minerals and South32 in the good books.
Acquisitions and a stronger Europe drive our experts’ stock choices this week.
The good news for the week on the stock market was that there wasn’t any really bad news, except for the fact that key influential investors aren’t seeing enough to o..
Value and cyclical equities should outperform next year while Chinese shares listed in Hong Kong offer an alternative to fully-priced US equities.
A bottom-up, case-by-case analysis is needed for 2018, and investors need to part ways with stocks that have been bid up too high.
You’ve heard the hype around its Australian launch but what potential does the online ecommerce provider have as an investment?
A commodities outlook update at UBS is behind many of the broker actions this week.
This week we answer questions on whether or not it’s time to sell Tabcorp and synthetic ETFs.
The bulls might be singing the loudest but don’t forget to listen to the bears to find your happy medium.
A sector-by-sector playbook for the market next year.
There’s too much good news to be a Grinch.
As the dust settles on a tumultuous 2017, let’s take a look at the key take-outs of the year.
In today’s report, telecom companies were the focus following the news NBN would cease HFC sales for 6-9 months.
Overdone sell-offs and dead cat bounces.
Doomsday merchants were given another kick in the pants, with the US reporting a staggeringly good jobs number and Wall Street lapped it up.
Smart investors know how to take advantage of a sell off.
Cut through market hype and focus on quality and value.
This marketing and communications group has managed to re-birth itself following a rocky start.
Commodity price revisions at Citi see a bunch of commodity companies upgraded, while Metcash first half results disappoint Macquarie.
This week we answer reader concerns around what influences the bank bill swap rate and whether all the hype around blockchain is warranted.
The platform market is one of the fastest-growing areas of the financial services market. James Dunn looks at four platforms to keep an eye on.
The Trump tax cuts are across the line, so how will Wall Street react? I look at this and offer a contrarian play for the risk-adverse investor.
Paul Rickard updates our income and growth portfolios following a month of share market gains led by a buoyant Wall Street.
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