John Collett The victory of the billionaire maverick Donald Trump to become 45th President of the United States may well lead to a period of political uncertainty.
John Collett The Australian sharemarket seesawed this week in response to the US presidential election, before leaving our tipsters generally better off as investors viewed a Trump presidency favourably.
Scott Phillips They're decent reasons, but don't let them stop you.
John Collett As the US presidential election draws closer, the worry that Donald Trump could win has been the main factor in sending our sharemarket from about 5300 points to 5200 points during the week.
Scott Phillips The human cost was high, what does it mean for investors?
Noel Whittaker The catalyst for the global financial crisis was US President Bill Clinton's idea that housing should be available to everybody.
Andrew Legget Australians love a punt but there are better ways to make money.
John Collett It has been a tough week for our tipsters given that the sharemarket went backwards.
Scott Phillips There are no shortage of gamblers. But growth is hard to come by.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons Australian investors and super fund members should prepare for volatility.
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.
John Collett Richard Hemming continues to build his lead in week two of the six-week Shares Race.
Scott Phillips Owning a house might be the great Australian dream. But investors should think twice.
John Collett Maca helps one tipster take an early lead.
Scott Phillips China hasn't had a hard landing, property keeps rising, and cash returns are low ... it's been an expensive time to be a defensive investor.
Catherine Robson The most likely way to become a financial winner is to make good quality growth investments and then get out of the way and let time do the work.
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.
Marcus Padley Telstra and the banks are major income stocks and they share the same pattern of seasonal peaks and troughs over the past 20 years.
John Collett Money reader Mendy Amzalak has ended the four-week Shares Race with one of the most emphatic wins ever.