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Money

HEALTH YOUR WEALTH

Your health is your wealth

Alexandra Cain Which private health funds give the best rebates?

Using super to pay for infrastructure

Clancy Yeates Super funds are flush with funds and we need more tunnels and bridges - is this a marriage made in heaven?

QUIRKY INVESTMENTS: Would you invest $5000 in a parcel tag?

MORTGAGES: How to ask for more money

HOT STOCK: QBE's woes continue

Money's weekly Morningstar tables

Features

SUPER

The golden rules for equities

John Collett Don't buy shares just because they're cheap. Check out the entity's prospects before investing.

UNDER THE RADAR

Cash drought hurts ASG

Richard Hemming The cloud computing company is struggling to regain investors' confidence.

Our fear and loathing of financials

POTTS SPOT Treasury thinks most - but not all - of us are dumb and myopic.

GETTING STARTED

Health rebate confusion

David Potts Still reeling from the shock of price hikes on your health insurance? Then you may not have noticed the rebate has shrunk.

ASK NOEL

Get parents' help to buy shares

Noel Whittaker I'm in Year 12 and have saved 75 per cent of my earnings for the past three years. Should I buy shares?

THE 'HONEST BROKER'

Stop the Buffett buffoonery

Marcus Padley There are numerous ways to approach the glorious game of stock picking, but there is no Holy Grail.

HOT STOCK

Boral builds on the recovery

Brian Han Boral is making solid progress in becoming capital-disciplined and cost-conscious.

INSIGHT

What's good for the US is good for us

Gareth Hutchens How important is the United States' recovery for Australia?

QUIRKY INVESTMENTS

Auction bidders on the hunt for Asian art

James Cockington The Asian segment represents the greatest area of growth in the world's auction markets.

Columns

INTELLIGENT INVESTOR

How to profit from small stocks

Nathan Bell It's much harder to make money from minnows - but it's possible if you're prepared to be prudent.

THE CHARTIST

Can McInnes keep Premier's run going?

Rod Myer Solomon Lew's listed investment vehicle is a market darling - but for how long?

INTEREST RATES

Interest rates to stay low through to 2015

David Potts Sharemarkets have much to look forward to if central banks have anything to do with it - which, almost entirely, they do.

YOUR QUESTIONS

Weighing prospects

George Cochrane Woodside is a technological marvel but has not always been the investor's best friend.

Smart investor

The 10 best stocks of 2014

Stocks that have proved investors wrong have been the standout performers so far this year.

The 10 worst stocks of 2014

Companies that blindside investors with bad news this year have been punished.

Buffett names his favourite fund

Successful investor reveals the name of the only fund he is comfortable recommending.

Ask an Expert

Fixing a tax error

What should you do when you claim interest as a deduction by mistake?

Investment bonds

I'm keen to buy a bond for my grandson, but I need some advice.

Strategies for retirement

About to receive an inheritance of $500,000. What should we do with it?

Want to know how to manage your money?

Ask an Expert