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Best and worst stocks on the ASX today

The market moved higher today, led by the mining sector. read more »


3 recession proof small-cap stocks

These stocks seem to have what it takes in any market. read more »


Why are Westfield Group shareholders also against its corporate restructure?

A recent survey shows that the group’s management has a significant battle on its hands. read more »


The BULL case for Rio Tinto Limited

This flow chart says it all. read more »


Is it time to buy QBE Insurance Group Ltd?

The insurer appears to have regained its footing. read more »

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Iron ore is soaring – should you be buying the miners?

The commodity experienced its greatest one-day rally in nine months. read more »

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4 stocks you’d love to buy, but shouldn’t

The big banks may look appealing but the risks outweigh the rewards. read more »

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Your instant 2-stock blue-chip portfolio

Build long-term wealth with these two companies. read more »


Old world business, new world gains

This company has delivered one of the highest rates of total shareholder return amongst the ASX 200 and it's not a miner, or an... read more »

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Best and worst stocks on the ASX at midday

The market is higher at lunchtime today. read more »


4 hot stocks up over 15% in 2 months with potential for more

Could these companies add to your returns over the next year? read more »

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Telstra Corporation Ltd and Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd: 2 stocks to buy now

These could well be the two most trusted brands in Australia and, at current prices, they are worthy of your consideration. read more »

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Is the ASX headed for a massive 25% gain?

The market could be on its way much higher but watch out for a subsequent fall. read more »

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Why Goodman Fielder Ltd’s shares crashed down 20%

Bread maker's business is crumbling read more »