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This Month

Kwarteng crashes the bond market love-in

The UK chancellor last week showed how the path towards higher interest rates around the world will be fraught with danger.

  • Katie Martin


Buy, hold, sell: Why fundies are bullish on energy (and five cracking stocks)

Two energy sector specialists – Tribeca Investment Partners’ Todd Warren and Monash Investors’ Simon Shields – give their outlook on the energy sector.

The 3 reasons investors face even more market instability

The baseline is becoming less attractive and more uncertain, and the possibility of highly negative scenarios become greater.

  • Mohamed El-Erian

Fed finally vanquishes stocks from asset allocation throne

The mantra that investors had no alternatives to stocks has given way to a panoply of actual choices.

  • Denitsa Tsekova

Rich Lister Kahlbetzers enter new era after selling Argentina farms

The Kahlbetzer family is walking away from farming in Argentina after a record-breaking asset sale and will try to recapture some of its former glory in Australian agriculture when the time is right.

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  • Brad Thompson

Buy, hold, sell: Five industry-leading micro caps

Yarra Capital Management’s Joel Fleming and 1851 Capital’s Chris Stott share their thoughts on three micro-cap stocks making serious strides, and two with an enviable market position.

How much cash do you need to start investing?

The average Australian investor believes they need $14,800 to start investing, new research from HSBC has found.

  • Lucy Dean

Buy, hold, sell: Three microcap buys (and two facing headwinds)

Yarra Capital Management’s Joel Fleming and 1851 Capital’s Chris Stott take a look at some undiscovered microcap gems.

Investors reap the spoils of private credit as banks pull back

Private credit can be both a defensive and lucrative addition to a portfolio. But the return of offers with echoes of the GFC era is adding to a long list of risks.

  • Ayesha de Kretser

Four top tips for investing in private credit

Financial advisers say don’t be lured by big returns without understanding the risks and management track record.

  • Ayesha de Kretser

Often, the best stocks are right in front of you, says AFL star

Josh Kennedy may be bidding goodbye to the game, but he believes his sporting career has offered him some valuable investing lessons. He shares his top stock pick.

  • Lucy Dean

Buy, hold, sell: Five of your top stock picks

Today, it’s the reader’s session, the stocks that our readers are talking about and want us to discuss and give some feedback on.

Buy Hold Sell: Three stocks that smashed expectations

Reporting season is over, and we’re going to have a look at what smashed, and we’re going to have a look at a couple of stocks that crashed.

Coal protesters battle floods and war to launch investment app

Peter Bennetto and Patrice Newell became acquainted while protesting the Bickham coal mine. Now they’re launching an ethical investment app.

  • Lucy Dean


US Republicans are cracking down on ESG. Is Australia next?

The politicisation of green investing remains a β€œpeculiarly American” culture war, but there are signs the debate is already emerging on the local scene.

  • Lucy Dean

How a 20-year-old student made $160m on meme stocks

Jake Freeman raised $US27 million through a Wyoming-based fund and bet it all on shares of Bed Bath & Beyond.

  • Antoine Gara and Madison Darbyshire

Lithium miners gain from global meme-stock frenzy

Australian investors flocked back to once-loved lithium mining stocks in recent weeks, aided by better than expected electric vehicle sales.

  • Aleks Vickovich

Buy, hold, sell: five stocks to watch as recession risk softens

Several leading economists have announced that the risk of recession is finally rolling over. Today we’re going to be taking a look at some of the stocks that could benefit if that truly is the case.

World’s biggest wealth fund suffers record loss on tech bets

Meta, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft were the biggest single contributors to the Norwegian fund’s decline.

  • Louis Ashworth

$40b economy fuels SEQ’s new engine room

Around the world, new business precincts and innovation zones are changing the way enterprises and residents connect with location and opportunity.


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