David Potts Setting such a blistering pace in our shares race, the dartboard might need some of the fire-proofing that is the speciality of its top pick Alexium.
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Marcus Padley The GFC has left a big scar in the public's mind and many people are now highly share averse. More fool them.
Scott Phillips Three simple steps can see you hit the big time.
John Collett The Telsta buy-back could be very rewarding for some shareholders.
Daryl Dixon As the US sharemarket hits its straps, local shares are not proving nearly so buoyant.
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Marcus Padley We need something new to talk about because the current offering is hard to sell.
Clancy Yeates Low interest rates have put a rocket under share prices this financial year. The search for yield is likely to continue in 2014-15.
David Potts Random picks by the dartboard were the best result after the first week of a month-long shares race.
David Potts A record run on Wall Street pushed our tipsters into the black for the first time with one week left of this round.
James Frost Billionaire pokies king Len Ainsworth has some words of wisdom for share traders who think they can beat the market.
David Potts He's second to last in the shares race, but David Potts sees encouraging signs in the market.
Clancy Yeates If you're comparing different asset classes, shares have one significant advantage at the moment: the dividends.
Noel Whittaker I'm in Year 12 and have saved 75 per cent of my earnings for the past three years. Should I buy shares?
David Potts Research finds there's no compensation for risk in equity markets.
Peter Martin and Gareth Hutchens Australians are ditching banks and ploughing their savings into real estate and shares.
Matthew Kidman There is a robust case to argue we could be heading towards cash rates of just 2 per cent.
The question for small investors is whether there is a chance to grab a piece of "the world's greatest soccer team".
Richard Livingston 2013 has been a great year for share investors, particularly those loaded up on high-yield shares.
John Collett Market recoveries have made for a very good year for share-based managed funds and their investors.
Richard Evans Investors in an Israeli company had an unpleasant shock when their shares lost 99 per cent of their value because of a trader's typing error.