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Dean Morel

How to diversify with just one ASX stock

Argo Investments is an investment manager with a long track record of market beating returns. This one company delivers instant diversification. More »

One tech growth stock at a crazy cheap price

Each week The Motley Fool highlights a company on its radar. This week we look at a tech-wreck survivor that has embraced IP Telephony.... More »

All aboard the stock market express

Patience is the key. Taking a small position early in a market decline ensures I’m on board for the eventual bottom, while leaving me... More »

The 4 step action plan if you’re fully invested

What you should do if you're all-in shares, and the market crashes. More »

Prepare to load up on BHP shares

BHP shares are interesting today, but if world markets go into another fit of panic, be prepared to load up on shares of the... More »

Buy Australia – the share market looks cheap

When viewed with a long term perspective the Australian share market is looking cheap. Strong company earnings combined with the fearful market sell-off has... More »

Beating the share market – valuation tips

5 excellent valuation lessons that will help you master the market More »

One fast stock leaving competitors in its dust

Since 2009 this company's price tag has been too rich. That is, until now. More »

The one company I bought last week

Peter Lynch said anyone can pick a winner, but great investors add to their winners. More »

One retailer putting Myer & DJs to shame

With many retailers looking cheap, Dean Morel takes a closer look. More »

3 small telcos worth a closer look

These 3 small cap teleco companies are worth a closer look. More »

One Special stock on our radar

Specialty Fashion Group (ASX: SFH) is a retailer focused on the value conscious female market. At 70 cents, Specialty is one falling knife that... More »

Telstra: Still our top blue chip stock

After excellent results, Telstra remains Dean Morel's top ASX20 stock pick. More »

Banks. It’s time to buy

Dean Morel challenges his bearish beliefs on banks. They're now a buy. More »