Investing | News, Advice & Guides | The Age

We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later.

Money

Investing

Advertisement
No dividend bonanza for investors this reporting season, warn analysts

No dividend bonanza for investors this reporting season, warn analysts

Analysts say it is unlikely Australia’s largest companies will splash their cash this reporting season, given the multiple potential perils ahead for the economy.

  • by Dominic Powell

Latest

Can the ‘millionaires factory’ continue its bumper run of profits?

Can the ‘millionaires factory’ continue its bumper run of profits?

Macquarie Group shareholders had plenty to cheer during the era of ultra-low interest rates, but conditions and likely profits are getting softer.

  • by Clancy Yeates
‘Worse before it gets better’: Sydney, Melbourne house price plunge likely to accelerate

‘Worse before it gets better’: Sydney, Melbourne house price plunge likely to accelerate

House prices in Melbourne and Sydney’s most affluent suburbs have dropped almost 10 per cent in just three months, with economists predicting the falls could accelerate.

  • by Dominic Powell
Can online retailer Kogan relive its COVID glory days?

Can online retailer Kogan relive its COVID glory days?

Ruslan Kogan’s online retailer has come a long way since it was first founded in a garage back in 2006.

  • by Dominic Powell
NFTs began as aimless gambling. They should return to their roots

NFTs began as aimless gambling. They should return to their roots

NFT purveyors should take a leaf from the Book of CryptoKitty, and stop pretending it is anything more than a speculative asset for punters to gamble on.

  • by Dominic Powell
Twitter dominates headlines, but will its finances match its notoriety?

Twitter dominates headlines, but will its finances match its notoriety?

Twitter once fought to hold off Elon Musk from buying the company. Now that the market has fallen, he is trying to get out of the deal and the company is battling to force it through.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Advertisement
Property, stocks, shiny Charizards: Millennials keen on trading cards

Property, stocks, shiny Charizards: Millennials keen on trading cards

A growing group of primarily young Australians are looking at trading cards as alternative investments, much in the same way as older generations purchase wine or art.

  • by Dominic Powell
ETF investors opt for local stocks amid sharemarket dive
Analysis
Sharemarket

ETF investors opt for local stocks amid sharemarket dive

Investors continue to pour money into exchange-traded funds, despite some big falls in local and overseas sharemarkets.

  • by Dominic Powell
As equities plunge, could gold and cash be back on the menu?
Analysis
Investing

As equities plunge, could gold and cash be back on the menu?

As global equity markets remain unpredictable, investors are being urged to start looking at more stable investment options, such as gold and cash.

  • by Dominic Powell
This Aussie giant delivered life-saving tech during COVID, but can it keep soaring?
The long and short of it
Investing

This Aussie giant delivered life-saving tech during COVID, but can it keep soaring?

Ventilator and sleep products maker ResMed has been on a rollercoaster for two years. Are its shares a good buy after their recent price falls?

  • by Emma Koehn
Wishing or washing? Green investment claims under spotlight

Wishing or washing? Green investment claims under spotlight

ASIC is keeping a close eye on greenwashing claims, but local funds have warned that “greenwishing” is a more pressing issue.

  • by Dominic Powell