Stephen Crafti Designer plastic furniture is getting harder to find - and prices are rising.
Scott Phillips Don't let the so-called ''experts'' tell you it's too hard.
James Cockington Kangaroo and Map stamps are so popular among collectors that counterfeits have attained a certain cachet.
David Potts Warren Buffett has invested in insurer IAG and likes our banks, too. Should you follow his lead?
Scott Phillips As they say, the trend is your friend … until it comes to an end.
Gareth Hutchens Prime Minister Tony Abbott last week missed a genuine chance to talk maturely about a serious topic.
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Marcus Padley Having a smartphone doesn't make you an expert in the sharemarket. Here's four mistakes any rookie can make.
David Potts The proof is in - women who trade or invest in the sharemarket do it better than men.
James Cockington The London art world is slavering for inter-war prints. Australian collectors can pick up some fine examples this month.
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Marcus Padley What can the younger generation do to avoid getting trapped by our debt culture?
David Potts Even scarier than a Sydney home auction in full flight are the global money markets when they get going.
David Potts Far be it for me to rub it in, but if you bought any bank shares two months ago you'll have lost more than they'll pay in dividends this year.
James Cockington Held in the home where Peter Sculthorpe composed most of his music, the auction of his estate is expected to attract a diverse crowd.
It requires less work than you think.
David Potts An authoritative report says previously sound investments are moving in the wrong direction.
Mark Bouris You'll often hear me ''preaching'' to Australians to get informed about their finances and to learn what the market offers. That's because being informed helps you make good decisions.
John Collett Professional investors are lifting their investment in overseas shares and reducing their exposure to Australian shares.
David Potts Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises.
David Potts The bank deposit tax went AWOL in the budget and that isn't the only good news for savers. Term deposit rates might be a lost cause but even then there's some hope.
David Potts Apologies to whoever said perception is 90 per cent of reality but it describes the budget better than I could.