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Andrew Page

Andrew was an analyst and advisor at The Motley Fool

Can AGL reinvent itself?

Solar is in the ascendancy… is AGL too late? More »

Bored, Idle and Rich

Can you get rich doing nothing? It's the best way! More »

Here’s how you earn $60,000 in retirement

The goal of of $60,000 in after tax income in retirement isn’t as farfetched as you might imagine — provided you have a sensible... More »

Dividend Shares to Beat A Share Market Crash

At times like these, when market corrections seem imminent, it can be tempting to sell out and wait for the things to calm down. More »

Waiting For Certainty

Sitting on the sidelines may sound like a sensible thing to do, but there is danger in waiting for certainty to return. More »

The Best Way To Beat The Market

A focus on quality dividend paying shares will ensure you have every chance of achieving a solid market beating return. More »

Lower Rates Are Bad News, But There Is Hope…

As investors look farther afield for decent income returns, the sharemarket offers an attractive alternative — though one that is not without some risk. More »

You are at serious risk of profiting… and why CSL is a better dividend stock than Rio Tinto

Shares are a great investment for those looking to safely build long term wealth — in my mind the best way. More »

Trouble Ahead? Buy Shares!

As long as there are great companies, with attractive potential, offering great dividend yields, I’ll be a buyer. More »

Is Woodside a bargain?

Not all dividends are created equal More »

You probably didn’t know this about term deposits (Risk)

By reinvesting interest income, the risk averse investor has generated a healthy 232% gain over the period. More »

Two ASX dividend stocks to buy now, before the RBA slashes interest rates to just 2%

Pass on term deposits at 3%. Buy high quality dividend paying stocks. More »

Qantas takes flight

Are the bad times finally over? More »

Pro Medicus Limited — One ‘gunna’ company that can

It takes a lot more than a sexy story to stay in business More »