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Why the All Ords is hostage to commodity prices

29 June 2014 | Gary Stone

AdviceAlmost 60% of ASX stocks worth less than $1 billion are in the energy and materials sectors. That means that hard commodity prices have a big effect on the level of the overall market.


Are the banks expensive?

22 June 2014 | Broker reports editor

ExpensiveThe banks' share prices seem to be getting expensive when using the most basic investment metrics. But they still seem cheaper than the wider industrial sector. And their profits tend to be more reliable.


Is America riding for a fall?

18 June 2014 |

AmericaThe S&P 500 is looking expensive and corporate profits are coming under pressure. Is there a nasty surprise in store?


Buy now, sell to selfies later

17 June 2014 |

SelfiesProfessional investors, who manage the big institutional funds, are looking at the "amateur" investors in the self manager super funds as potential targets. It potentially gives a guide to up and coming stocks.


The overseas share option

01 June 2014 |

OSSelf managed super investors who wish to diversify may wish to look at the US market, especially the S&P 500. Returns have been about 50% over the last two years. But this may be a reason for caution.


Only a quarter of stock market "healthy"

23 May 2014 |

Only 20 per cent healthyThe Australian stock market has big risks, according to analysts Lincoln Indicators. The Healthcare, Materials, Utilities and Energy sectors are especially problematic. Lincoln also gives its top picks for each sector.


Are the banks expensive?

22 May 2014 | Broker reports editor

Banks expensiveThe share prices of the banks are high when assessed in terms of their profits. Their dividends remain strong, but those expecting share price gains might want to look closely. The overall market, however, is in line with historical trends.


The stock market that went nowhere

20 May 2014 |

Going nowhereThe Australian stock market is going sideways. It is at the same level as it was last November. Shareholders are heavily relying on tax advantaged dividends.


Banks still look strong

15 May 2014 | Broker reports editor

BankBank reporting season has ended and they are looking reasonably strong, although there are few signs of bargains. Revenue growth is improving and dividend yields are holding up.


NAB expensive but banks well placed

12 May 2014 | Broker reports editor

 NABA broker has downgrdaed its recommendation for National Australia Bank to a hold. But the prospects for the sector look good.


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