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Here’s why the Wotif.com Holdings Limited takeover offer is resting on a Kiwi cliffhanger

Wotif.com Holdings Limited (ASX:WTF) shareholders will be asking big questions if the NZ Commerce Commission blocks its proposed takeover by Expedia Inc (NASDAQ:EXPE). More »

Wotif.com Holdings Limited is travelling higher on takeover news: Is there time to buy?

Wotif.com Holdings Limited (ASX:WTF) looks like it could be heading for an ASX exit soon! More »

Wotif.com, Webjet Limited, Webster Limited: Can you still win big from these rocketing stocks?

Which of these surging companies has more to give? More »

Expedia is buying Wotif.com Holdings Limited: Who’s next?

Are other travel providers takeover targets? More »

At 8.2% fully franked: Is this the highest yielding stock in the S&P/ASX 200 Index?

It’s hard to find a more compelling income play. More »

5 stocks set to profit from the online retail boom

Investing with a tailwind is easier than battling a headwind. More »

6 undervalued small caps with high dividend yields

High yield stocks could be a safer bet if market volatility increases. More »

3 of the best dividend stocks money can buy

There are still opportunities to purchase high yields. More »

Short and sweet: 3 solid stocks yielding over 7%

These stocks pay more than double a bank account or term deposit - and that's before counting franking credits! More »

Grab this 7.3% fully franked dividend with both hands

Buy when others are fearful. More »

3 companies paying higher than 8% fully franked dividends

Earn double what you could in a term deposit from any or all of these three stocks More »

8 companies hitting 52-week lows – is this the bottom?

Despite the market looking expensive, there are a whole lot of bargains popping up this week. More »

3 reasons why Flight Centre Travel Group is a standout stock

Share price dip may be an opportunity for savvy investors More »

4 undervalued small-cap stocks with superior dividend yields

Expand your universe of investment opportunities by looking outside of the large-cap sector. More »