David Potts Whoever claims to know where the dollar is going is either a charlatan or delusional. Unless it's me, in which case being wrong will do.
BANKS & MINES
David Potts With so little on offer from a bank or bond, it's no wonder the sharemarket is rising. The surprise is where it's occurring. Or rather, not occurring.
James Cockington A sale of a great collection Kangaroo and Map stamps - which were first released 100 years ago - should net about $1.4 million.
James Cockington Finally, a golden opportunity to pick up that vintage operating table, adjustable and on wheels, that you've always wanted.
John Collett The ''great bank bubble of 2013'' should be taken about as seriously as the great Australian house price bubble before it.
David Potts Have the tenants pay off your mortgage and the capital gains will look after themselves.
Larissa Ham Angie Deegan bought her first home eight years ago.
John Kavanagh From insurance and tax records to poorly run bodies corporate there are traps galore for would-be investors.
David Potts Property investors have rarely had it so good, even if it's at the expense of first home buyers.
John Collett The stunning returns of listed property are enticing - but be wary.
Nathan Bell In this environment, look for stocks that should provide satisfactory returns over the long-term.
James Cockington After a post-GFC slump, the market for Indigenous art is poised to rebound. But there are still bargains to be had.
Gareth Hutchens The number of Australians directly owning shares fell to the lowest level in more than a decade as the global finance crisis has sapped investor confidence and crimped returns.
David Llewellyn-Smith With Australia possibly on the verge of a recession, what stocks are the ones to choose?
Clancy Yeates Making iron-clad promises about future events can be a dangerous thing - just ask Wayne Swan.
William Clarke If you're considering buying a beach shack and renting it out beware - your guests could be pigs.
Steve Lohr An original Apple-1 computer sold for $640,000 last year. An auction tomorrow could see that record beaten.
John Collett Australian house price rises have moderated, but are still up there.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming There are more opportunities to make money in sectors where the figurative baby is being thrown out with the proverbial bath water.
Nathan Bell Conventional retail businesses are facing fundamental threats. Westfield Retail won't escape.