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Articles for Wesfarmers Limited (ASX: WES)

Telstra shares smashed as it slashes dividend, and why I’m an idiot for not selling

The Telstra share price plunges to a five year low. More »

Why the Wesfarmers Ltd share price rises 1% on bumper results

The Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX:WES) share price rose 1% this morning after the company released its annual results. More »

Australia gets its first Ethereum IPO

It was bound to happen. More »

Should you invest in this REIT for its 5.98% yield?

REITs are known for their attractive yields, should you buy this one? More »

Why I’m not buying Woolworths Limited shares

I’m not a big fan of Woolworths Limited (ASX:WOW) at today’s share price. More »

Should you buy Wesfarmers shares for the dividend?

The Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX:WES) share price looks to be trading slightly below fair value, so it may not be a standout buy. More »

ASX investors: read this before you buy penny stocks

The Australian share market is filled with many terrible small ASX shares, so you need to know what you are doing. More »

3 simple ways to gain powerful diversification

There’s no free lunch quite as good as diversification. More »

Woolworths Limited share price has risen 12% in 2017

The Woolworths (ASX:WOW) share price has risen strongly in 2017 More »

Should you sell your shares if they report badly?

Earnings season is underway, what should you do when your shares report? More »

An unbreakable ASX share-picking checklist anyone can use

If you are looking for a simple four-part investing checklist to run over Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA) shares or Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX:WES) shares,... More »

Own shares for 40 years and you can’t lose

That’s the conclusion of one popular finance website in the USA. More »

The 4 things I am looking for this earnings season

Every earnings season offers a lot for investors to look over, here’s my favourite things. More »

Amazon just confirmed it will bring “thousands” of new jobs to Australia

Amazon just announced its Melbourne operations were "just the start" of its Australian ambitions. More »