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Selling slows as commodities warn

28 Jul 2015 By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets) by CMC Markets Asia Pacific share markets will trade under pressure again today following overnight falls in US and European shares, and an ongoing rout in industrial commodities. Investors are likely to turn to Shanghai for a lead, after yesterdays’ 8.6% sell off sparked the current global weakness.

Austbrokers Omaha sized problem

27 Jul 2015 Intelligent Investor by Graham Witcomb There is trouble ahead for the commercial insurance broker and it goes by the name of Warren Buffett.

Commodity jitters see a soft start to the week’s trading

27 Jul 2015 By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets) by CMC Markets A weak lead from the US and ongoing nervousness about commodity markets will see stock market trading start the week on a downbeat note.

No need to fill up on Caltex

24 Jul 2015 Intelligent Investor by Gaurav Sodhi Caltex has morphed into a much better business than before. However, the recent declines in it's share price still have not gone far enough to justify a buy.

Virtus and Monash IVF showing value

24 Jul 2015 Intelligent Investor by Graham Witcomb The market may have been spooked by new competition but there is still plenty to like about IVF providers Virtus Health and Monash IVF.

Xero CEO frustrated with Aussie investors

24 Jul 2015 Intelligent Investor by Jon Mills Rod Drury, ceo of New Zealand-based cloud accounting software firm Xero, is frustrated with local investors. The reason? He believes they don’t understand software companies like Xero. Although listed on the New Zealand Exchange since 2007 and the ASX since 2012, Xero has found it easier to raise expansion capital from foreign investors such as Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and also an early investor in Facebook.

Another nervous day for resource stocks

24 Jul 2015 CMC Markets by Ric Spooner A night of selling on international markets suggests that some commodity markets may be entering another capitulation phase as prices in oversupplied commodities continue the process of adjusting to levels that will force production cuts.

If you want to profit from property, don’t get into development

23 Jul 2015 Intelligent Investor by Graham Witcomb With house prices at all time highs, buying a listed property developer may be tempting. But don't be fooled.

Selling slows as commodities warn

23 Jul 2015 By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets) by CMC Markets European and US shares traded under pressure for the second session in a row overnight as post Grexit increases were further trimmed. Bonds are the major beneficiary, rallying across the board, while US shares continued to retreat despite some upbeat company results and a positive surprise on existing home sales.

Investors should not blindly accept robo advice outcomes

23 Jul 2015 InvestSMART by InvestSMART While the advent of automated “robo-advice” holds huge promise for delivering accessible, low cost investment planning tools for ordinary Australians, much of the current crop of technology falls well short on delivery.

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