BOURIS ON MONEY
Mark Bouris If you're going to make the most of your investments you have to think like a professional investor.
John Addis Don't let the fear get to you - there are a some big long-term trends running in our favour.
Craig Racine The seven-year rule used to be a persuasive sales pitch for financial planners. Now it is gone.
James Cockington Czech diplomat's art collection, found in a Melbourne attic, goes under the hammer.
Lewis J. Walker We invest our money and make a lot of other life choices based on assumptions. But how do we know they are right?
David Potts The sharemarket was in a state well before Greece and China upset the apple cart, even though the economy is growing enough to lift profits.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips Being selectively independent and taking a different view when it's prudent to do so is a great strategy to make money.
James Cockington Minter Ellison's new, open-plan office has left it with no place for its art collection. It's hoping to make as much as $500,000 from selling it off.
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley How does last year's performance colour your investment choices for the next 12 months?
Richard Livingston ETFs (and other index funds) are low-cost, but they're not zero-cost, and fund returns will always lag the market.
James Cockington An upcoming auction of some top end model trains has boys of all ages all steamed up.
Clancy Yeates Interest rates on bank deposits are miserable, but apparently the humble savings account is as popular as ever.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Shares in website owner and real estate services group Onthehouse have more than quadrupled since listing in August last year.
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley Stockbrokers' child or small European nation - the culture of easy credit has got us all into a world of trouble.
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.