The long term outlook for the sharemarket looks bright.
In the last 18 months Australian investors have been deluged with companies going public.
The picture of the Australian economy painted by the latest data is murky.
One of the pitfalls of IPO investing is separating the quality companies from those coming on the market with dubious future prospects.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that by 2050 we will have 60% more roads than we did in 2010.
Now we have another candidate for bringing a new mining boom to Australia - graphite.
The bottom line is the popular notion that rising rates crush gold is totally false.
Labelling everything as "sovereign risk" is not a substitute for sensible policy to strengthen Australia's international position.
Sum yourself up in a couple of words. Users of social media do it to introduce themselves online. "Surfer, father, writer, film director." "Yogi, vego, humanitarian." "Banker, golfer, traveller."
Getting in on the ground floor with a "next big thing" stock is an investor's dream.
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