Ben Hurley The rise of China's middle class makes long-term investment in China a good bet.
John Collett Australian shares have outperformed the global market over the past century, but local investors still need more exposure to international shares.
Christine Long Thousands of Australians go bankrupt every year, and it's a life-changing experience for many.
It's 50 years this week since Australia introduced decimal currency but only some early specimens are worth anything more than face value.
James Greenhalgh The first rule of sharemarket investing isn't to make money but not to lose it.
Scott Phillips When designing your investment goals, you need to decide where you want to be, when, and with what level of volatility.
Catherine Robson Few films about finance make you laugh, are touching and leave you more informed than when you went in.
Leasing a car through work is still worthwhile. The tax advantage is not as great as it used to be, but there are still savings for most people.
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Scott Phillips Woolworths has a whole host of problems, but its fat margins are at the core of the trouble.
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George Cochrane Buying property for a SMSF is questionable when people are close to retirement age.