Nathan Bell Whatever you think of the morality, shorting stocks is a dangerous game with potentially unlimited losses.
John Collett The advertising of 'capital-protected' products has been corrected.
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Marcus Padley Glamorous and well-appointed they may be but Las Vegas' casinos are simple machines for making money from mug punters. The share market is a similar set-up.
Richard Livingston It's important to give your portfolio some international flavour to make sure you don't have too many eggs in the Australian basket.
John Collett Small investors who might be planning to emulate George Soros should think again
Richard Livingston An ASIC report on structured investments has missed the real issue - some of these products are far more dangerous than others.
John Collett It is the whodunnit of the great gold sell-off. Are the massive falls the fault of the "paper" markets or is the culprit the exchange traded funds?
David Potts He has $1.5million of shares stacked into his DIY super fund and says the secret to sharemarket investing is to never panic.
The "safe haven" metal's bull run is waning, with loud talk among investors that 2013 may mark the end of its spectacular 12-year bull run.
John Kavanagh Trustees of self-managed superannuation funds must review their investment strategies regularly, following a recent change to super regulations.
David Potts The prevalence of computer-generated trading in the modern sharemarket has created an unpredictable, and sometimes dangerous, environment for investors.
David Potts 'Dark pools' sounds like something particles whizzing around the Hadron Collider at almost the speed of light might find.
HSBC has launched a capital-protected equity investment product - 100+ Series International Equity Investment.
I Can Do That The strategy: To invest in fixed interest via an ETF.
Marcus Padley Someone asked this week: ''When do we buy the market?'' Well, sorry, but if that's what you want to know, you're doing it all wrong.
Disillusion with traditional managed funds' high fees and poor performances is likely to see a continuing shift among financial planners and small investors to a type of listed managed fund called an...
Annette Sampson This risk-on, risk-off business is turning traditional investment thinking on its head. Buy and hold? OK, but how much patience will you need when shares have gone nowhere for five years?
David Potts With nothing standing in the way of gold prices, it's a wonder shares haven't been rushed.
John Collett Well, well. Surprise, surprise. Who could have guessed there would be problems with contracts for difference.
The fund manager BetaShares Capital, a provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), sent an announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange earlier this month, informing the market that it had...