14 April 2021
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Will the big banks kill Afterpay and Zip's share price?

As NAB and CommBank zip into buy now, pay later products, what could happen to the share prices of these two tech stars?

2 star performers in the biotech sector

We look at two stocks in the IIR Pharma & Biotech Index that were the best performers in the top 10, both increasing over 40% for the month on the back of promising developments for their respective products.

Are Tesla and tech stocks doomed?

Is it time to buy the dips or are Tesla and tech stocks doomed?

Could work from home kill businesses and Aussie jobs?

The new-found passion of working from home could have a sting in the tail — these workers might have to compete with overseas online labour that’s much cheaper.

Well we’re in a mess but can banks repress, all of their bad habits?

Post Royal Commission they tried to be good but we wondered if they could, cause they’ve had more bad habits than anyone.

Buy now, pay later stocks talk of the town

The rise and fall of the buy now, pay later stock Afterpay is the talk of the town, with Zip Co also grabbing headlines. But what other BNPL providers are out there?

With AMP’s break-up inevitable, what’s it worth?

A litany of mistakes, poor decisions and underperformance over the last three decades made AMP an absolute dog of a company that more than likely will be up for sale. So what will be sold and at what price?

Will Zip mirror the meteoric rise of Afterpay?

Buy now, pay later tech company, Zip Co, stole the show last Wednesday, rising 27%. What’s the story behind these buy now, pay later companies and this relatively new kid on the block?

Want income? A 5% return? Check out this stock

Income investors should welcome the stock market’s reaction to gas pipeline and energy utility APA Group’s full-year profit result.

Scoping Study puts Minbos one step closer to creating food security in sub-Saharan Africa

More fertiliser, cheaply available, would see sub-Saharan Africa catch up to more developed countries’ food production, and remove their reliance on food imports.

Cyber security concerns spur the data centre sector

Flush with cash, the listed data centre operators are on an expansionary push as Covid-19 raises the need for more data storage and better connectivity. Does this augur well for the small players in this space?

What in the hell happened to AMP?

If AMP doesn’t redefine what financial planning is in this country, it will continue to fail and its share price will remain in the cellar.

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