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Bruce Jackson

Bruce co-founded The Motley Fool UK in 1997. Now back in his native Australia, Bruce is the General Manager of the Motley Fool's Australian operations. Bruce holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and a Diploma of Financial Services. He writes The Motley Fool's popular and widely read Take Stock free email newsletter, and is a co-advisor of Motley Fool Share Advisor. He is a keen investor himself, and particularly enjoys picking up stocks during the market's periodic but regular periods of panic.

When it comes to the stock market, here’s where the really big money is made

Losers are part of the territory. If you're not prepared for some losses, you're in the wrong game. Leave your money in the bank. More »

The RBA just gave the green light for dividend stocks, and the experts are already in ahead of the game

An RBA cash rate of just 1.5 per cent for “the foreseeable future” might be devastating for your term deposits… More »

Why would anyone bother with ANZ shares when there are growth opportunities like this?

Money chases performance. And when the money wises up that the blue chips have had their day in the sun, and that small-cap growth... More »

Mediocre returns ahead for investors chasing the same old ASX blue chips

There's a wall of money out there, stuck in the bank, earning a pittance, looking for opportunities to earn outsized returns. More »

If this notoriously bearish fund manager is finding value, you better believe opportunities abound

Great stock market wealth is created over years, not days. More »

Even Warren Buffett has bad days

It’s at times like these when it can be easy to lose interest in the stock market. — Nothing seems to be going up.... More »

It’s suddenly getting very ugly for the blue chips

You could easily be forgiven for thinking we're in a bear market... More »

Even I was surprised just how cheap mining stocks are today… and they pay juicy fully franked dividends

Iron ore is officially in a bear market, having fallen more than 20 per cent since its recent peak. More »

Here’s why you better hope like hell this is no house price bubble

All hell would be to pay if this was indeed a property bubble, and it ever did burst... More »

Property bubble aside, here’s one more sign why this bull market could have much further to run

Putting the odds in your favour is about buying high quality, growing, dividend-paying companies, and holding a collection of them for years. More »

3 Signals Why This Hated Bull Market Might Be Just Getting Started

Rising interest rates can crash markets, but not when we've got visibility into where they are headed, and when. More »

The ‘no-brainer’ way to play the coming stock market crash

Dividends. You've got to love them. No matter what the share market, they keep landing in your bank account, like clockwork. More »

Why one veteran stockbroker reckons the Blue Chip party has got further to run

Let the dividend cheques rain upon us. Let the bull market run. Enjoy the ride. More »

Property bubble or not, you can bank on low interest rates for the foreseeable future

Money is flooding into the blue chips, specifically the banks and miners. More »