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The next Aussie IT Stars

Considerable attention has been shone on the FAANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google (aka Alphabet)) overseas as their strong revenue expansion and burgeoning growth expectations have commanded much of the investment flow in the US. However, as the market begins to experience a mild pullback, these stocks have been subjected to recent selling pressure. […]

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Banking on the banks

Leading into the latest bank reporting season, there were uncertainties that had many investors on edge such as the continued fallout from the Royal Commission, rising funding and operating costs and a possible looming property collapse. Particularly for retail investors seeking income via bank stocks for their SMSF. So how did they perform? We look […]

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How to get used to share market volatility

Investors have been forewarned for some time that we are in the late stages of a bull cycle when risks are heightened for those with exposure to the share market. While the size of any pull back is unknown, one thing we do expect is increased share price volatility. Keeping things in perspective, 2017 saw […]

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Are we seeing the behaviours of an imminent correction?

It’s been a great time to run a business, particularly one listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. A strong domestic and overseas economy, accommodative interest rates, easy access to capital, stable input costs and confident businesses and consumers have a gone a long way to fuelling the bull run our market has experienced. But now, […]

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Winner of Stock Doctor’s New FY draw announced

CONGRATULATIONS to Mr B Garratt of Queensland who is the lucky winner of our Stock Doctor New FY prize pack. Mr Garratt wins a new 9.7-inch iPad and working lunch and 1:1 portfolio consultation with Lincoln’s Executive Director, Elio D’Amato. Lincoln Indicators Pty Limited (Lincoln) ABN 23 006 715 573, as Corporate Authorised Representative of […]

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Five tips for investing in a heated share market

Psychologically, Bull markets can create their own problems for new investors, mainly when businesses have been on a price tear for some time. Investors fear they will have an accident as they try to merge into the oncoming traffic. Growth stocks, in particular have had a strong run, as investors continue to be on the […]

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