Rod Myer Combining time and distance magnitudes with Fibonacci number retracements gives an indication of where the US market will head in coming weeks.
Brendan Swift Australian investors are sitting pretty as the calendar year draws to a close, thanks to stellar returns from residential property and equities.
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley Here, condensed into a few easy-to-digest dot points, is all you need to know about the sharemarket.
Greg Smith It's not just the proposed Petbarn tie-up that makes veterinery services provider worth a punt.
Richard Livingston It makes sense to control your own super fund if you limit your costs to 1 per cent.
BUGS ARE BACK
John Ficenec The market price of gold might have fallen but hoarding it is approaching record levels.
Andrew Tangel and Chris O'Brien Though still far from the mainstream and too complex for the average consumer, Bitcoin has grown well past its roots as the plaything of anarchists and hackers.
Richard Evans The bad habits you need to kick and the good ones you need to acquire for your finances to flourish in the New Year.
Ben Martin For those investors able to afford them, classic cars and watches, rather than traditional stock markets, are where the most impressive returns can be found.
Noel Whittaker I'm 26, with $150,000 in savings. Property in Budapest is cheap but would buying there be a good way to use my money?
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Katherine Jimenez Like many high net worth investors, Gerry Harvey is looking to move beyond the 'safe stuff'.
Greg Smith Fertiliser maker is set to bloom as global demand for food keeps on growing.
Nathan Bell Diversification might be desirable but it's wise to let value drive your buying decisions.
Gareth Hutchens What is the state of Australian employment? Not that great, but it's not that bad either.
Katherine Jimenez Offshore stocks have provided Aussie investors with some of the strongest returns seen in years - a trend that's set to continue in 2014
Noel Whittaker What's the best pension plan with a big mortgage but a bad history of handling lump sums?
UNDER THE RADAR
Richard Hemming As the McMillan Shakespeare car-wreck proves, changes in policy - or changes in government - can be very bad news.
Richard Livingston There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics. Nowhere does it apply more than the world of investing and finance.
Emma Bi and Sheridan Prasso With Hong Kong's sharemarket and property market flagging, investors are pouring their money into taxi licences, fueling talk of a bubble.
Brian Han Building products maker is one of the ASX-listed companies that is most leveraged to the US housing recovery.