Richard Livingston Often regarded as the world's most successful investor, Warren Buffett says the first rule of making money is never to lose money.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips It's time to forget your bad old habits and start living your financial life more healthily. Here's how.
Stephen Crafti Vintage sunglasses are the thing to be seen in this summer. And they can be worth a pretty penny.
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Retail investors are driving Chinese stocks to fresh highs, and market watchers are alarmed.
James Cockington There’s a sense of cautious optimism in the auction houses as the market steadily recovers from the GFC.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Asian demand has been growing for soft commodities, which include protein, namely fish, nuts, beef and dairy.
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David Potts The drums are beating louder against one of the best tax breaks ever invented.
Noel Whittaker I'm 23 and want to own my own home. What's my best long-term strategy?
James Cockington When fakes and 'copies' abound, being able to establish that you have the genuine article is very important.
Daryl Dixon No matter how good a scheme may appear, it pays to remember key investment fundamentals.
Chris Brycki We tend to act irrationally when investing, something you should bear in mind if you want to avoid being burnt.
James Cockington A new Australian record is likely to be set next week, with a restored 1966 version nicknamed Buster expected to clear $70,000.
George Cochrane Should I participate in the share buyback scheme being offered by Telstra?
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley It's a subtle art talking to kids, whether about finance or life in general; it's not about telling them what to do, it's about telling them stories.
Nathan Bell Bank stocks are masquerading as the market's miracle-makers but are far riskier than most investors appreciate.
Clancy Yeates Over the past four months or so, the banks have lagged the broader market. What's going on?
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.