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Brendon Lau

Brendon’s passion for shares started by accident in 2003 and he has worked in various roles around capital markets ever since as a trader, stock analyst and markets reporter with the Australian Financial Review. Most of his wealth has come from share investing than any other asset class, and that has given him the financial freedom not to work full-time, if he chooses to. Brendon is a medium to long-term investor who aims to hold positions for a year or longer and is focused on fundamental analysis, although he will occasionally use technical indicators to time his entries and exits. Brendon has an MBA from Melbourne Business School and is RG 146 certified. He lives in Melbourne with his wife, three kids and two dogs.

World’s shortest bear market or world’s greatest fools?

Wall Street entered into a new bull market and that’ll only add more fuel to the debate on whether the bounce is s false... More »

Why Coles can outperform Woolworths over the next month or two

The jump in the Coles Group Ltd (ASX: COL) share price today when its peers are slumping in the red might be an early... More »

What a credit downgrade of the big four ASX banks mean for investors

Dividend payments from the big four banks are being attacked on multiple fronts, including a ratings downgrade by Fitch. Here's what you need to... More »

Top brokers say its time to buy these coronavirus-hit ASX shares

The ASX 200 may have recovered 15% from the depth of this coronavirus bear market, but there's still value to be found. Here are... More »

Why the RBA is depressing ASX shares and lifting the Aussie this afternoon

The RBA sounded a tad more optimistic than what the market was hoping for and suggested it could take its foot off the QE... More »

Is this the next ASX 200 stock to raise capital after Flight Centre?

The ink has barely dried on Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd’s (ASX: FLT) $562 million capital raise as attention turns to yet another coronavirus-hit... More »

What fund managers are buying and selling during the coronavirus crisis

Fund managers can't sit on their hands during the COVID-19 crash. This partially explains why markets can overreact. Here are what the pros are... More »

Top brokers have just upgraded these ASX shares to buy

The S&P/ASX 200 Index (Index:^AXJO) jumped on hopes that we've seen the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the latest stocks to be... More »

This ASX 200 stock is tipped to pay a big special dividend

Dividends are in short supply on the ASX 200 as many companies are facing a cash crunch due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But one... More »

Top brokers name 2 beaten down ASX stocks to buy this week

There's finally a little light at the end of this ASX 200 coronavirus bear market and brokers think you should be buying these stocks... More »

Leading ASX oil stock breaks glass for emergency cap raise

Oil Search Limited (ASX: OSH) is the first energy stock in the S&P/ASX 200 Index (Index:^AXJO) to use new emergency capital raising provisions. Here's... More »

UBS sees 40%+ upside for this coronavirus-battered ASX 200 stock

The coronavirus is extracting a heavy price on several S&P/ASX 200 Index (Index:^AXJO) stocks. But UBS thinks there’s at least one that’s worth buying... More »

Severe COVID-19 hit won’t destabilise ASX banks: Citi

ASX banks like CBA and Westpac are expected to weather the coronavirus bear market better than during the GFC. Here's what you need to... More »

Telstra’s dividend may not be as safe from COVID-19 as you’d think

Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) dividend is regarded as one of the safest on the ASX 200, but UBS is casting doubt on this... More »