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Magellan vs. Platinum – which fund manager should you own in 2014?

Both fund managers have track records of outperforming the market. read more »


Qantas drops to all-time low, time to buy?

Warren Buffett would probably say ‘no’. read more »

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3 tips for buying a winning oil and gas company

A strengthening U.S. economy could make 2014 a great year for oil and gas producers. read more »

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6 stocks the experts are recommending for 2014

The experts like housing related stocks, rail transport and toll roads. read more »

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Best of the Fool: Top 3 articles of the day (11 December, 2013)

Here are yesterday’s most popular stories on read more »

Is Apple’s China Mobile deal overhyped?

Investors have been looking forward to this deal for years, as China Mobile is the largest wireless carrier in the world, with more than... read more »


Are you overlooking Twitter’s big opportunity?

Could the fact we are bereft of imagination have caused us to miss a great opportunity in this undefined social-media platform read more »

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Best and worst stocks on the ASX today

ASX drops 0.8% - extending downward streak to five days read more »


Your instant 5 share dividend portfolio

Interest rates are expected to drop in 2014, don’t wait around. Grab one of these high yielding stocks today! read more »


BHP Billiton: 2014′s biggest winner?

What's happened to the Santa Rally? read more »


Will these 4 media stocks post new highs in 2014?

There are good reasons to think they might! read more »

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Oz Minerals shares slammed down 30%

Gold and copper miner falls more than 30% before recovering to be down 14% at the close read more »

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Should you buy ANZ?

It looks most likely to outperform its peers in the next 3 years. read more »

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Will these 4 stocks head higher in 2014?

Their share prices are up and there could still be growth in store next year. read more »