John Collett The top three places remain unchanged at the end of week two of the four-week Shares Race, as the themes of the first week continued into the second.
Clancy Yeates With returns from super getting bumpier, it's important for members to make sure they are in the right investment option.
John Collett Tipsters with portfolios loaded up with gold miners and mining services companies have done best in the first week of the four-week Shares Race.
John Collett What a year 2016 was. Britons voted to leave the European Union, Donald Trump won the US presidential election – and financial markets reacted well to these events.
John Collett Changes to the age pension assets test that took effect from January 1 have seen about 200,000 better-off retirees receiving smaller pension payments.
Marcus Padley As they say in the stockmarket, if you have one good idea a year, it's a good year.
Marcus Padley Look no further than the hordes of rich but miserable celebrities and Lotto winners.
Daryl Dixon Despite historic low interest rates, super funds and investors generally have fared well in 2016.
Catherine Robson There is little doubt that fostering financial literacy in young people leads to more confident decision making in adulthood which in turn leads to lower stress and better outcomes.
Scott Phillips Complacent investors may feel the pain.
Noel Whittaker The catalyst for the global financial crisis was US President Bill Clinton's idea that housing should be available to everybody.
Gaurav Sodhi Analysts don't get it. Now that the mining boom is over, the two big miners are much more profitable than they look.
Graham Witcomb We all get lucky investing from time to time. Here's how to know whether your results are from skill or luck.
Andrew Legget Australians love a punt but there are better ways to make money.
George Cochrane Financial expert George Cochrane answers readers' questions.
John Collett Seven investment ideas that will lift you out of the low-growth world.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon The greatest wealth divide is between those just starting out, and their 35-plus, established selves. Beyond that, the growth in your bottom line is slow and steady.
Scott Phillips Bank staff's remuneration is not aligned with their customers' success – only the banks'.
Mark Bouris You may have to take on a large debt to buy it, but the family home also becomes your biggest asset.
Scott Phillips The big bank CEOs seem contrite at the parliamentary inquiry, but the banks are probably safe from real consequences.