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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. He is a keen investor himself, and particularly enjoys picking up stocks during the market's periodic but regular periods of panic.

The simple yet incredibly effective way to generate term-deposit busting income from just one quoted ASX fund

Buying just one ASX fund can deliver a 3% franked yield plus the potential for capital growth, an attractive return compared to term deposits. More »

Telstra (ASX:TLS) full year dividend for 2021 expected to be 16 cents per share, fully franked

Telstra shares trade on a fully franked dividend yield of close to 5%, making them one of the more attractive income stocks in the... More »

“Incredible surge” in Pointsbet (ASX:PBH) share price appears justified according to one of the country’s best performing funds

Despite the huge surge in the Pointsbet share price, one leading fund manager thinks its justified. Here are some reasons why... More »

Leading investment bank says US shares could fall 10%, something that could have serious implications for the ASX 200 index

If US markets were to sneeze, the ASX 200 could catch a cold. It could be a bumpy ride for the stock market in... More »

ASX 200 follows Wall Street higher | Have we passed the bottom? | Recovery will be brutal | ASX stock of the day hiding in plain sight

The ASX 200 is surging higher again. Ecommerce companies emerging as huge winners from the coronavirus crisis. A month ago the ASX 200 hit... More »

Top fund manager is finding “an abundance of growth opportunities” outside the hot ASX tech stocks

Writing in its August 2018 update, the Prime Value Opportunities Fund said that although ASX tech stocks may be getting all the attention, it is... More »

Here’s everything Apple did — and didn’t — announce today

Apple hosted its 2018 iPhone event early this morning, unveiling updates to its most important product line. As is often the case, just about everything... More »

These 5 habits will prevent you from being financially secure

What does financial security mean to you? Does it mean not lying awake at night worrying about bills? Does it mean knowing that if an unplanned... More »

3 things to look for this at this week’s Apple product launch event

On Wednesday, Apple  will host a “Special Event” in the Steve Jobs Theater at its new campus in Cupertino. During the event, the tech giant is... More »

In a further shock to retirees and savers, Westpac’s Bill Evans now says interest rates will remain on hold until 2021

The AFR is reporting Westpac’s chief economist Bill Evans has said the RBA will keep interest rates on hold until 2021. A number of... More »

3 ASX shares of the week: August 17th 2018

For the week, the S&P/ASX 200 index has gained about 1.3 per cent. Big winners have included NIB Holdings (ASX: NHF) after a huge... More »

Why one top fund manager thinks these two “clobbered” vet stocks will rebound

Writing in its July monthly update, the top performing Flinders Emerging Companies Fund said it is wary of strongly growing yet excessively priced small... More »

More pain for savers as Shane Oliver says he can’t rule out RBA cutting interest rates

More bad news for savers. Writing on Twitter, AMP’s Shane Oliver has said he sees no interest rate hike until the second half of... More »

These 2 small mining stocks are about to start production, and they look dirt cheap

In its May report, the Chester High Conviction Fund said New Century Resources Ltd (ASX:NCZ) remains “the cheapest cash generator we can find.” This month, the... More »