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3 stocks that will benefit from rising consumer credit

Increasing credit card applications and personal loans show demand for consumer debt is growing. read more »

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Should you buy Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd?

Analysts have a “buy” recommendation on Flight Centre. Should you buy? read more »

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Best and worst stocks on the ASX today

The market travelled higher again. read more »

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A couple of bargains for ASX shoppers

With David Jones Limited likely to exit the ASX stage where are the opportunities? read more »

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3 gold stocks to watch as spot prices head above US$1,300/oz

A weak US$ buoys prices and is China building up its gold reserves? read more »

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What companies will benefit from a stronger Australian dollar?

What companies win and lose from a rising Australian dollar? read more »

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How safe is your money with Newcrest Mining Limited?

Do big gold reserves and long-life make up for volatile gold prices? read more »

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Credit demand is the strongest since the global financial crisis – which companies will benefit?

A surge in consumer credit will benefit these companies read more »

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Where are these 2 retail stocks heading?

Can Kathmandu and JB Hi-Fi continue growing? read more »

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Should you buy McMillan Shakespeare Limited?

Are the risks too high? read more »

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3 cheap mining stocks with significant upside

3 bargain priced mining stocks that are ready to pounce on any upswings in the commodity price. read more »

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Will ASX Limited ban high-frequency trading?

ASX faces potential retail investor revolt unless clamp comes down on HFT read more »

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Is REA Group Limited a buy?

Despite trading on a high price earnings ratio, REA Group is still a buy. read more »

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The most expensive tech company in Australia

Sales are growing at over 70%, but does that justify a sky-high valuation? read more »