18 September 2021
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The big miners dominate trading

Fortescue Metals Group, BHP and Rio Tinto are amongst the biggest trades for investors this week.

The story of Dicker Data: I did it my way

Dicker Data is a classic example of a founder-led company that has broken all the corporate ‘rules’.

How could a local design firm be worth more than Telstra?

The Simpson’s character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon is remotely related to the success of a local Aussie firm because the cartoon-friendly shopkeeper was famous for saying: “Please come again.”

Is Qantas set to take off for investors - or have you missed the plane?

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce thinks we will be flying internationally by December. Will his plan come to fruition?

How would you like a big tax cut? Well, cop this!

The august body, the OECD, is telling us we deserve income tax cuts. But what the tax lord giveth, the tax lord taketh away.

I see the needle and the damage not done

Allowing workers to be jabbed in the workplace reminds me of the Neil Young song: “I see the needle and the damage done” but with a twist. This action could save lives, businesses and jobs!

The latest outlook for investment markets

Here’s a look back at the week that was as well as the economic and market news to watch out for over the next week and beyond.

Pensions to rise, which is great for all of us!

What’s good for the part is definitely good for the whole, with five million Australians about to pocket the biggest pension increases in seven years.

Lockdowns lifting & leave a light on!

Global shares were mixed over the last week. US shares fell -1.7% and European shares lost -0.8% on concerns about the growth outlook and central banks reducing stimulus.

Why don’t we cheer our great companies like Macquarie?

I’d like to suggest it’s high time we showed a bit of national pride in one of the world’s best-performing companies: Macquarie Group.

US market wobbles. “What? Me Worried?”

I’ll be a buyer, even if this current US stock market sell-off gets scary! But why is the market vulnerable now?

Investors buy the banks after Thursday's falls

Westpac was a strong buy yesterday along with the other major banks, while Fortescue remains the most bought stock of the week.

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