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Alexandra Cain Small changes can lead to big increases in how much your investments return, writes Alexandra Cain.
John Collett The past 12 months or so have seen a record number of floats on the sharemarket.
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Thabojan Rasiah The problem with cash and term deposits are the terribly low rates of return right? So, the solution must be to purchase one of the popular hybrids or notes right? Wrong! As investors, we must always...
David Potts Real Estate Investment Trusts beat home ownership for a hassle-free and healthy return.
David Potts With low interest rates property prices jumped 10 per cent last year. That growth is slowing, but should you stay waiting on the sidelines?
David Potts The best case scenario to get our currency down is for economic growth in the US writes.
James Cockington Tin sandwiches are worth more than a song these days.
David Potts If the Commonwealth Bank can make $8.7 billion, what it could do in better times?
Nathan Bell We’ve all become excited about a company after too little research. We’ve told ourselves the stock is set to double – nay, triple – once the market understands it.
Stephen Crafti Paint is popular for interiors, but wallpaper has a timelessness about it that won over this collector.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Online competitor Onthehouse is attracting 'eyeballs', because it offers data on properties which aren't listed.
James Cockington Mid-century collectables have been doing extremely well at auction over the past decade.
Richard Livingston Diversification is about minimising the impact of luck and improving the odds of getting an outcome closer to what you expect.
Greg Smith Given the healthy outlook for growth and a fully franked dividend, Collins Foods is well worth looking at.
James Cockington Kevin Power has a new passion - the pottery of Tasmanian master cratsman John Campbell.
Daryl Dixon While the hunt for yield has definitely boosted share prices, the prospects for investors remain good.
James Cockington If fine art sales are an economic barometer, then good times may be ahead.
James Cockington The precious metal is being increasingly seen as more than gold's poor relation.
James Cockington At 99, Dr Bill Cammack has decided to sell the hundreds of artworks he and his wife collected over more than 60 years.
Stephen Crafti Unlike fine crystal brought out for special occasions, art glass is made by hand and displayed like fine art.