Clancy Yeates Investors' love affair with our biggest lenders shows no signs of fading.
David Potts Even as the dividends flowed something was missing from this year's profit reports, and perhaps more remarkably, nobody noticed.
Clancy Yeates If you're comparing different asset classes, shares have one significant advantage at the moment: the dividends.
John Collett Flying Kangaroo lands a profit but small investors may not be happy.
David Potts The bad news was better than expected in the recent reporting season - and the good news was better still.
Nathan Bell Cash goes in, cash comes out, right? Businesses that generate free cash flow, or those that eventually will, are what every investor should seek.
David Potts Chasing bank dividends has been a strategy that has paid in spades.
Clancy Yeates A big reason bank stocks have been such a smash hit with investors this year is their great dividends.
David Potts Although a slew of companies have already downgraded their profit hopes, market experts are pointing out that returns are higher, even if the outlook remains uncertain.
Clancy Yeates In an otherwise gloomy climate for investing, dividends are giving shareholders a ray of hope.
Fund Pick Are the days of cash as the first-choice investment of many risk-adverse investors numbered? With interest rates on their way down, you would think the cash yields on the big banks and stocks such as...
David Potts Banks' bonds and shares represent attractive options - but they're not the only high-yielding game in town.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips In entertainment, as in most areas of business, it's the disrupters who nearly always win.
Scott Phillips Don't let the so-called ''experts'' tell you it's too hard.
John Addis Grocery wholesaler's shares slumped last week. Sadly, the pain is only just beginning.
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.
David Potts It's where the old adage "sell in May and go away" comes from - June is the worst month for the sharemarket.
Daryl Dixon Last week's fall in the Australian sharemarket suggests difficult times lie ahead.
David Potts Far be it for me to rub it in, but if you bought any bank shares two months ago you'll have lost more than they'll pay in dividends this year.