James Cockington Still wearing clothes from the nineties? Lucky you - fashion from this decade is in high demand.
WRITING'S ON THE WALL
James Cockington Celebrity snaps seem set to consign signed memorabilia to the scrapheap.
James Cockington Our big new homes need filling. Many people want to fill them with old furniture. Auction houses are happy to help.
Nina Hendy Tight-fisted investors are public enemy number one in the renting world. Here’s how to avoid being one.
GETTING IT REIT
David Potts Property is booming but investors won't be getting anywhere near the rental yield that listed real estate investment trusts can offer.
Richard Livingston If you want to borrow to buy shares, other avenues might provide a better way to do it.
James Cockington Small, but perfectly formed, Chinese snuff bottles are a blooming market for both local and overseas collectors.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips The process can seem daunting, but it’s easier than you think
James Cockington Pieces from the personal history of Australia's original diva - including a selection of toast racks - are going under the hammer.
Greg Smith A Queensland focus and an astute property profile management makes Sunland a good option.
David Potts To get to the bottom of the bottom line you want more money in the company coffers at the end of the year than at the start.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips The currency has fallen… here’s what to do next.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Thabojan Rasiah A portfolio with a good balance of growth and defensive investments is more likely to provide you with the cash flow you need.
James Cockington Sculpture auctions, especially high quality ones, are rare. So for the cognoscenti, next week's sale is a red letter day.
THE 'HONEST' INVESTOR
Marcus Padley Before you know it, you'll be able to run your superannuation investments yourself.
David Potts Must rate cuts mean a pay cut? There are ways to get a better income for only slightly more risk.
See how Australia's biggest listed companies performed this week
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley Europe's money printing may not do much for Europe's economy but could be better news for the lowly Australian investor.
Stephen Crafti Investing in high quality modern designer fashion can be money well spent and some top-end secondhand stores are cornering the market.
David Potts Should you increase your mortgage repayments, or shunt the savings into super?