Share Market

UNDER THE RADAR

The gems hiding in the cloud

Richard Hemming The lines are blurring between the different types of IT companies, nowhere more than in the ''cloud''.

INTELLIGENT INVESTOR

All set for a good gold punt?

Gold

Nathan Bell 2013 was a gloomy year for gold but after some bad times the metal is now shining more brightly.

INVESTING

Big banks just keep on keeping on

David Potts Australia's major banks are leading charmed lives, especially their shareholders.

PROPERTY

It pays to keep a cool head

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Melissa Browne Let me share my tips for safely navigating the treacherous waters of the property market.

ASK NOEL

A fix over flat

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Noel Whittaker We are hoping to move my mother into our granny flat and sell her house. Will her pension be affected?

THE FIRST XI

Stocks with a top edge

 

David Potts If you pick a portfolio like a cricket side, look past one-dayers, and think of the Test.

PROPERTY

Putting a Dent in our economy's future

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David Potts US economist Harry Dent is on a mission, frightening the bejesus out of anyone who owns property.

INTELLIGENT INVESTOR

Bid for Real Estate Corp offers opportunity

Nathan Bell A 'takeover arbitrage' is not everyone's cup of tea, but there is a case to be made.

GETTING STARTED

Interest news good for lenders, not so for savers

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David Potts Always one for jumping ahead of itself, the market has decided interest rates will rise next year.

THE CHARTIST

David Jones recovering as boardroom noise drops

Rod Myer Despite DJs recent troubles, investors in Australia's oldest department store chain have actually done well recently

UNDER THE RADAR

Gas project showing momentum

Maurice Brand, Managing Director of Liquefied Natural Gas Limited in and around his West Perth offices, 01 February 2008. AFR PHOTO/Tony ASHBY

Richard Hemming LNG has been listed since 2004 and is still trying to get a low-cost gas project off the ground. Some brokers are pushing the stock hard.

BUBBLE TO POP?

Nightmare vision of impending property crash

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City skyline made up of red arrows pointing upwards. High interest rates / housing finance

John Collett We should brace ourselves for a spectacular collapse in home prices, an American economist claims.

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UNDER THE RADAR

Coal or iron, Altura's digging a rich seam

Mining

Richard Hemming Small cap miner has seen a 65 per cent share price increase in the past three months.

UNDER THE RADAR

Altura a winner from Atlas expansion

Australian iron ore.

Richard Hemming Altura's income is set to rise to $45 million after partner Atlas Iron said it would expand production.

SUPER

Fear of the finger has directors playing nice

John Collett Shareholder ''democracy'' has always seemed a contradiction. There is nothing very democratic about the corporate world.

THE 'HONEST' BROKER

There goes Forge, as others have gone before it

Marcus Padley When Forge went into voluntary administration on February 11, it was a $78 million surprise.

ASK NOEL

The super cap is hard to shift

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Noel Whittaker I would like to contribute more than the $25,000 limit into my super account. Is there a way to do it?

A capital investment idea

David Potts Have the tenants pay off your mortgage and the capital gains will look after themselves.

PROPERTY SPECIAL

Be smart before you buy

home

David Potts Property investors have rarely had it so good, even if it's at the expense of first home buyers.

FAIR EXCHANGE

You'll need big pockets to copy Soros

trade

John Collett Small investors who might be planning to emulate George Soros should think again