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.
Logistics companies are attractive as middle-class consumption grows and Qube and Aurizon have long-term strategic appeal for foreign predators.
The retail sector might look a bit depressed at the moment but here are two strategies to profit and avoid the landmines.
There is a stronger case to lift small-cap allocation in long-term portfolios and there are plenty of standout companies to choose from on the ASX.
It’s going to be a volatile six months but the next three-years are looking good, so here are five ways to set yourself up right.
A casino building boom, which will cash in on Asia’s growing wealthy, is underway and investors should consider the better value some stocks in the sector are now offering.
A boom in Asian consumption will spark investment in Australian tourism projects and a number of Australian companies are well positioned to benefit.