Chris Brycki 4:39pm We tend to act irrationally when investing, something you should bear in mind if you want to avoid being burnt.
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David Potts Lender's insurance can cost thousands and actually protects the bank, not the borrower writes David Potts.
David Potts Payouts aren't up a great deal - bar a few spectacular exceptions - but more companies are paying them.
Bouris on Money
Mark Bouris When you make financial decisions outside your normal expertise you’ll need to understand the broader economy.
David Potts As the fizz flows out of the mining sector wages are falling, but the country is growing. The reason, writes David Potts, is low interest rates.
Noel Whittaker We've been slugged pretty hard for investments intended to help with our children's education. What can we do now?
Daryl Dixon Investors need to be aware of the possibility of volatility and the need to be able, and willing, to sit out price declines.
George Cochrane My plan involves investment properties and my public service super. But will it fly?
James Cockington Experts have noticed that results of fine art auctions seem to echo those of the real estate market.
David Lennox Miner's proposed demerger may become a key plank in driving better returns from the company’s assets.
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Allan McKeown It's perhaps the last bastion of relief available to ordinary taxpayers.
Nathan Bell A company values hard assets on its balance sheet. But how accurate is that figure when the ''for sale'' signs are out?