Philip Hopkins PROPERTY sentiment in Victoria has turned sour and is the second worst in the country.
David Potts Home prices will halve over the next few years, says the only forecaster to have predicted both the record sharemarket run to 2007 as well as the subsequent GFC. And that was in 1993.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon THE champagne tasted a little sweeter this Melbourne Cup, thanks to the Reserve Bank's line-ball decision to reduce interest rates.
Penny Pryor Project engineer Emma Challands would like to be in a position to retire before 40.
Chris Zappone SLUMPING home prices and persistently poor housing affordability helped lift quarterly rent yields for the first time in nine months, raising hopes for an improved real estate market this year.
Carolyn Cummins The virtues of investing directly into property by asset acquisitions or indirectly through real estate investment trusts have been brought to the fore.
John Potts Budgeting? ASIC has an app for that.
Chris Brycki We tend to act irrationally when investing, something you should bear in mind if you want to avoid being burnt.
Bouris on Money
Mark Bouris When you make financial decisions outside your normal expertise you’ll need to understand the broader economy.
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.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Can this family-run company keep going and make the transition from small-cap to mid-cap to big-cap?
David Potts Payouts aren't up a great deal - bar a few spectacular exceptions - but more companies are paying them.
James Cockington Experts have noticed that results of fine art auctions seem to echo those of the real estate market.
Nathan Bell A company values hard assets on its balance sheet. But how accurate is that figure when the ''for sale'' signs are out?
THE ‘HONEST’ BROKER
Marcus Padley Charts are a salesman's best friend and manipulating them is a well-worn industry practice designed to calm customers down.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Australian technology minnow Audio Pixels has investors in a frenzy with shares almost tripling since early June.
Davids Potts CareSuper and Crowe Horwath join forces to help DIY fund closures.
John Collett The past 12 months or so have seen a record number of floats on the sharemarket.
David Potts Even as the dividends flowed something was missing from this year's profit reports, and perhaps more remarkably, nobody noticed.