Patrick Garrett As earnings season takes over the business pages, here's a few pointers for investors to consider.
Noel Whittaker The pending changes to superannuation could force people to think outside the box and end up much better off by doing so.
Scott Phillips If there's a takeover bid for a company you are invested in, you don't need to sell your shares straight away.
Vanessa Desloires The busiest week yet of company profit season gave some Shares Racers a leading edge.
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Marcus Padley A high price-to-earnings ratio doesn't mean a stock is overpriced, it means the market thinks the earnings estimates are wrong.
Scott Phillips Telstra released its full-year financial results on the same day as rival Optus and the numbers were starkly different.
Scott Phillips Investors should take more than just a passing interest in our banks this reporting season.
Scott Phillips Spinning the company results may result in a short-term gain for investors, but substance is what matters in the longer term.
Vanessa Desloires If there were ever a reason to believe in luck, take the dartboard's performance this shares race.
Scott Phillips The value of Woolworths shares jumped 8 per cent in one day, but is it just a false dawn?
Scott Phillips Be careful how you invest if you're trying to do good…
Vanessa Desloires Small mining stocks have built on their gains this week.
Graham Witcomb Gold has little investment merit compared with shares, and isn't even a very good hedge against crises.
Marcus Padley For equity investors, the results season is like a battlefield during an artillery barrage. This is your survival guide.
Catherine Robson Focus on the moment, not the monsters that may or may not be up ahead.
Vanessa Desloires The racers are enjoying another buoyant week, but earnings season is about to begin.
John Collett If changes to the listing rules proposed by the Australian Securities Exchange go through, small private investors may be locked out of sharemarket floats.
Noel Whittaker The property investment industry is virtually regulation-free and until recently it's been open slather, with the investment watchdog powerless to act against property spruikers unless they're...
Scott Phillips If you're on the sidelines, waiting for certainty, you have to be both right – and lucky. Just ask those investors who missed the 10 per cent gain in the last month.
John Collett Investors who invest ethically are helping their hip-pocket as well as the planet. And it's catching on. What used to be on the fringes of investing is moving mainstream.