16 July 2014 by Kris Sayce
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28 February 2014 by Kris Sayce
Down goes the Australian stock market – by 0.5%. And down goes the Australian dollar – by more than a cent against the US dollar since the start of the week. What’s caused it? A drop in business spending. The market thinks that’s bad news. But it’s not, it’s good news. Just not in the ‘bad news is good news’ kind of way.
22 January 2014 by Kris Sayce
Recently released research shows that the whole of 2013 was good for stocks…just as we told you it would be. Now of course we’re looking ahead to this year’s stock market performance. Will it be as good?
07 November 2013 by Kris Sayce
Don’t let the Fun Police turn investing into a chore. If you want any chance of meeting your retirement goals you have to invest in growth stocks.
30 October 2013 by Nick Hubble
The first reason the share price matters in dividend investing is straightforward. A higher share price reduces your dividend yield…
04 October 2013 by Kris Sayce
These lucky shareholders get to bank a 60% gain today. Or put another way, it’s like banking the next 12 years’ worth of dividends after just seven months…
10 September 2013 by Kris Sayce
If interest rates stay low, odds are stock prices will keep going up. And right now money is flowing into dividend stocks…especially stocks that have shown a willingness to pay out higher dividends.
31 August 2013 by Callum Newman
Payout levels are nearing their historic peak. The great dividend rally of the last year or more might be coming to a natural limit…
13 August 2013 by Kris Sayce
On and on the craze continues for dividend stocks. We would be lying if we said it didn’t concern us…
09 August 2013 by Kris Sayce
As bad as things seem every now and then, the share market still has a habit of turning up nice surprises to help stocks rebound. Is that sustainable? You’ll have to wait and see…
07 June 2013 by Kris Sayce
Did the recent stock price action surprise us? No. The opposite in fact. The recent stock price action confirms what we’ve said in recent weeks.
11 May 2013 by Callum Newman
It seems clear that the RBA’s move will continue to drive Aussie investors from term deposits into dividend paying stocks in the hunt for a reasonable yield. A falling Aussie changes the valuation metrics for a lot of stocks. So today’s Money Weekend will leave the currency wars behind and focus on value.
22 April 2013 by John Stepek
‘Safe’ dividend stocks have outperformed all comers during the recent bull run. Some now look expensive compared to other sectors. So what should you do?
12 April 2013 by Kris Sayce
Foreign investors can get nearly twice as good a yield in Australian dividend stocks as they can in stocks anywhere else.
29 March 2013 by Kris Sayce
It’s a great time to buy growth stocks. We said that a few weeks ago as stocks hit the peak. To us, dividend stocks looked overvalued at worst and fairly valued at best.
08 March 2013 by Kris Sayce
We had lunch with a couple of old broker pals yesterday. The broad opinion was that we were all worried that the stock market was heading for a fall. But not the whole stock market, just one bunch of stocks in particular.
28 February 2013 by Kris Sayce
As far as stock investing is concerned the only two things you need to look for…the two things that move markets…are interest rates and earnings.
14 February 2013 by MoneyMorning
The easy trade since the middle of last year has been to buy dividend-paying stocks. So, what do investors do now? How can you maximise your stock market returns after shares have already gone up?
05 January 2013 by Dan Denning
It looks like Australian stocks are tracking the exchange rate. This makes sense if you believe the US fiscal deal is a green light for the ‘risk trade‘.
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