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The whole world is cheap!

Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Whilst the argument can be that these stocks are cheap, with the market so fragile because of uncertainty over the US and Europe, the whole world is cheap! Read the rest of entry »

Thought of the week. The impact on our dollar

Posted on Friday, January 14, 2011
Grocery prices, frozen and fresh, in light of the floods what will happen, what % price increase can we expect and what should we do we will speak to Jos de Bruin the CEO of the Master Grocers Australia who will give us a more realistic insight as to what will occur. Read the rest of entry »

Thought of the week. Dec 10 2010

Posted on Friday, December 10, 2010
Glenn Stevens didnt put rates up no surprise there. However what was a surprise is that the Reject Shop downgraded its earnings for the financial year by 20% with lower exectations of Christmas good sales and key summer lines. Read the rest of entry »

Thought of the week. Dec 3 2010

Posted on Friday, December 3, 2010
With Scott in Shepparton playing golf this weekend he will dial into the show but you have AXA National Manager Paul Williams in the studio to chat with Glenn about all things interesting in relation to finance.

With Christmas around the corner whats in store for retail, we had an ordinary October retail number come in with retail sales falling 1.1% compared to the expected 0.5% rise. Read the rest of entry »

Thought of the week

Posted on Friday, November 26, 2010
The focus in Europe is still on Ireland and the future of the euro zone. Indeed the call is already up for Portugal to request a bailout, in order to protect the said zone, not that they kind of need one, but I like the logic. In fact everyone should just request a bailout Read the rest of entry »

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