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Australian investors could be missing out......

29 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien Investors who continue to ignore global stocks may be missing out on the benefits of diversification, as well as value and growth not available from ASX listed companies warns an Australian fund manager.

Cheap Stocks - How to find them and how to buy them

27 Aug 2014 Cadence Capital Limited - by Karl Siegling Combining fundamental and technical analysis can boost returns and minimise losses.

Coal investments under threat as emerging economies go green

22 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien The price of thermal coal has plunged by a significant 51% since peaking in January 2011 thanks in part to a shift in Chinese and Indian attitudes to the use of fossil fuels.

Chinese giant gives thumbs up to Aussie real estate

21 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien Commercial property giant, Wanda Group led by China’s richest man Wang Jianlin has purchased the famous Jewel Towers on Australia’s Gold Coast.

Unemployment rate hits 12 year high

15 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien Australian unemployment has hit a 12 year high. Sound bad - but how bad? What are the implications for the economy?

SMSFs driving much of ETF’s growth

15 Aug 2014 by Chris Walker ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds (which are basically managed funds traded on the stock exchange, hence the name), continue to be enthusiastically embraced by investors. Furthermore, according to a recent report from Vanguard and Investment Trends, self-managed super funds are driving much of their burgeoning growth.

Global shares splutter

8 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien International shares have spluttered recently thanks to worries about the looming threat of US inflation, more Russian sanctions, the defaulting Argentinian economy and the collapse of Portugal’s Banco Espírito Santo.

Rates on hold as US economy continues to rebound

6 Aug 2014 by Anthony O'Brien As widely expected the US Federal Reserve left interest rates on hold near zero this week, despite better economic news out for the world’s biggest economy.

Australian shares to defy choppy economic outlook for now

31 Jul 2014 by Anthony O'Brien The Australian economy has lost some of the momentum it was building in late 2013 according to the latest Investment Outlook Report (Australia) from van Eyk. The investment research house attributes the economy’s current condition to a combination of factors including a weaker Chinese economy and falling commodity prices, and the RBA’s decision to leave interest rates on hold since August 2013.

Australian merger and acquisitions activity hits a high

28 Jul 2014 by Chris Walker Not only is the Australian sharemarket trading around a post-GFC high, the level of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) is also on the rise.
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