Tony is a former managing editor of BRW, Shares, Personal Investor, Asset and CFO magazines. He specialises in small listed companies, IPOs, entrepreneurship and innovation and writes a weekly blog for The Sydney Morning Herald/The Age on small companies and entrepreneurs.
Tony Featherstone is a former BRW managing editor and has been watching the rich list for decades. He talks about this year’s trends and the lessons we can all learn.
The IPO market may not be a traditional place to start looking for yield but it is certainly more affordable and more floats are now offering a ‘sweetener’ to entice the dividend brigade.
Knowing what to buy for the long term can be difficult when much of the information you hear and read is short-term noise. Three professional investors divulge their secret sector picks.
This is a company very well positioned in a growth market to treat sleep-disordered breathing problems. It is good value at current prices and even better value at lower prices.
Listed investment companies (LICs) have undergone a re-rating and some are now trading above their net tangible asset values. Here are some listings in the sector worth keeping an eye on.
Merger and acquisition activity heated up further this week with the takeover approach for Goodman Fielder. In Part 2 of our SSR investigation we come up with another six companies that could be on th..