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Six Australian companies tipped to beat the COVID-19 blues
Opinion
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Six Australian companies tipped to beat the COVID-19 blues

Top analysts identify the Australian-listed companies likely to emerge in a post-coronavirus world even stronger.

  • by John Collett

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How a 'core satellite' investment strategy can work for you
Opinion
Sharemarket

How a 'core satellite' investment strategy can work for you

It involves having the bulk of your investments in stable, lower-risk holdings – the core – and then have several smaller, higher risk plays to complement the core – the satellites.

  • by Paul Benson
There's still life left in the great tech stock rally
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There's still life left in the great tech stock rally

Despite last month's sell-off in the sector, what we are witnessing is a mere correction against a large, long-term uptrend.

  • by Michael Gable
Mega-trends hold key to investing success beyond COVID-19
Investing

Mega-trends hold key to investing success beyond COVID-19

Investors are scratching their heads on what to do next given sharemarket uncertainty and volatility but a leading fund manager argues mega-trends are likely to provide some of the best opportunities.

  • by John Collett
The exhibition that stoked a passion for Hoffmann design
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The exhibition that stoked a passion for Hoffmann design

Geoffrey Hatty today is one of Australia's "go-to" dealers with a deep knowledge of Hoffmann and the Wiener Werkstatte.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Tread lightly investing in our technology stocks
Opinion
Sharemarket

Tread lightly investing in our technology stocks

Technology companies, as a group, are less affected by some of the real-world impacts of COVID-19 and have become the only "safe haven" investments in town.

  • by Scott Phillips
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Sydney, Melbourne dotted with off-the-plan property 'danger zones'
Analysis
Property market

Sydney, Melbourne dotted with off-the-plan property 'danger zones'

New-build apartments and off-the-plan units in certain areas of Sydney and Melbourne have been listed as "danger zones".

  • by John Collett
How to pandemic-proof your portfolio like a high-net-worth investor
Opinion
Sharemarket

How to pandemic-proof your portfolio like a high-net-worth investor

There are three lessons that can be learned from the high-net-worth investor playbook. Anyone can take a leaf from the their approach.

  • by Jonathen Chan
Low returns spur need for retirement income rethink
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Sharemarket

Low returns spur need for retirement income rethink

If you focus on the total return of your retirement savings, rather than the income or dividend yield, you can keep control over both the level of risk and how much you draw on for living expenses.

  • by Robin Bowerman
It's buyer beware when investing in 'inverse' ETFs
Analysis
Investing

It's buyer beware when investing in 'inverse' ETFs

Investors who piled into "inverse" Exchange Traded Funds during the March market meltdown could have cashed-in but it is a double-edged sword when sharemarkets rise substantially.

  • by John Collett
Market titans outperform fast-growing stock minnows
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Sharemarket

Market titans outperform fast-growing stock minnows

Backing smaller, riskier stocks will not necessarily provide you with better returns than investing in larger, less volatile companies.

  • by Jay Kumar