Richard Livingston A new book means all the world is talking about HFT - everyone it seems but the people who should be talking about it.
Nathan Bell Four filters to help you spot mining services stocks with potential.
Rod Myer Its shares once traded at dizzying heights before plummeting. But it looks like the little Aussie battler is back.
David Potts Chasing bank dividends has been a strategy that has paid in spades.
Penny Pryor Spread the risks, and always understand what you are investing in.
Greg Smith We regard commercial litigation funder Bentham IMF as an interesting opportunity.
John Addis Advisory websites sell self-managed super funds as tax benefit nirvana, offering the chance to ''boost your returns''.
Greg Smith Westpac recently delivered another solid set of numbers.
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming Assets are swapping at a rate of knots in the gold sector as companies that desperately need cash sell to companies that have cash.
WHERE TO INVEST
You didn't need the budget to tell you that you are on your own, although a reminder every now and then never goes astray.
Rod Myer Bank of Queensland is a significant second-tier bank, trading well below its pre-GFC highs.
Richard Evans Use these investment checklists to avoid losing money.
Nathan Bell Small stocks are better value than they've been in years, but risks remain.
Greg Smith Australia has one of the world's highest rates of pet ownership, and hopes are high for one petcare company.
Marcus Padley Try getting your personal financial issues sorted by a 20-year-old at a call centre - then you'll see why you're paying $19.95 a trade.
David Potts Financial advisers are always harping on about the trade-off between reward and risk.
Nathan Bell The last few years have favoured the big over the nimble.
Rod Myer The company has received positive press lately, but this chart shows a different picture.
Greg Smith IOOF's latest acquisition will make it the third largest financial advice business in Australia.
Nathan Bell Bank investors facing a stark reality: either Chinese banks are a bargain or Australian bank shareholders need to prepare for tougher times.