Simon Mitchell's Southern Gold is skirting the DMZ and every other corner of the peninsula for the glitter they love in Gangnam
IgNITE co-founder Darren Godwell is bringing impact and investment to indigenous enterprise. And he's doing it with a fierce passion and a legendary beard
In this current market investors need to take a risk in order to generate an income. Mihkel Kase from Schroders tells us how to do so the safest way.
Peter Moussa from Citi says the golden investment choices can be found in tech and gold during the age of COVID.
The removal of local content quotas on film and TV could force many small businesses that rely on the entertainment sector to close up. Kate Carnell, the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman tells us more.
One hour every weekday dedicated to Australia & NZ's startup ecosystem. This episode features Paul Naphtali, Mike Hillsdon, pete Horsley, Matthew Boustred, Mike Wood and Sam Bruce.
Fresh off raising $100M, CEO of Splitit Brad Paterson says the company's all about accelerating growth. Here's the roadmap to making Splitit available on every website around the world.
Nearmap's AI technology has evolved massively over the past 12 months. It's set to kick off its annual event, NAVIG8 where customers are welcome to give insight into deep tech. MD Rob Newman tells us more.
Jason Huljich, co-CEO of Centuria Group gives his outlook and perspective on the company results and the company's newest acquisition of the Telstra data centre in Victoria.
Vic Jokovic, CEO of Chi-X tells ausbiz about the TRACRs concept that is set to revolutionise the way Aussies trade global markets and entities.
Angus Geddes of Fat Prophets tells ausbiz why he thinks the FAANGs must lead the next market correction as they have led this rally.
Kanish Chugh from ETF Securities tells ausbiz about the main opportunities he's watching in the ETF space.
Paul Mitchell from EY tells ausbiz about the precious metals' incredible rally, how our local miners have been dealing with these welcome changes plus what the next challenge will be.
Paying yield and good cash flow are two of the key metrics that Brad Smoling is watching out for this earnings season... and yes, he was an early mover in the current gold rally.
Henry Jennings from Marcus Today and Michael Gable from Fairmont Equities go in-depth and stock-specific. The stock of the day is AMP Ltd (AMP).
Carlos Cacho of UBS tells ausbiz about his take on the RBA decision, the SOMP ahead and what the Victorian lockdown could mean for an already struggling economy.
Bob Desmond of Evans and Partners tells ausbiz all about his fund's latest results plus who he's buying and selling out of right now. Plus, find out why his fund stays totally clear of banks.
Tim Toner, founder of Vesparum takes us through the implications for ASX-listed companies raising capital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gavin Wendt from MineLife Report takes us through the day's commodity plays as gold hits fresh all time highs overnight. Silver continues to play catch up to gold, but it's not too late for investors.
EY's Paul Mitchell unpacks the commodities and any risks that could cause a fall in price. In terms of prepping for the second wave, it's full steam ahead, expect news mines to pop up and acceleration of projects.
Alex Tureman from Bondi Partners takes us through what he expects from the US election with less than 8 weeks from the first debate.
Don't look at where the business is listed, look at where the revenue comes from, stick to strong balance sheets. Evans and Partners' Bob Desmond shares with us some capital preservation tips during these times.
Independent Financial Analyst, Frances Horodelski says that the US market is currently gripped by uncertainty but stocks love to climb a wall of worry. Her view is that markets are looking through this earnings season to brighter days ahead.
Investigations are on for the big tech names in the US. Beacon Policy Advisors' Sam McGowan takes us through the things to keep note of as an investor, and what will happen if a Biden win happens.
TikTok's backed into a wall but for Microsoft, it's like Christmas came early. Wedbush Securities' Daniel Ives unpacks the deal that's getting so much attention.
Aussie startup Locate2u allows tradies and other services to send a tracking code to customers so they know where they are. It also optimises delivery schedules and lets bosses track their staff. We chatted to Founder and CEO, Steve Orenstein.
A choppy night on Wall St with 10 year treasury yields falling 0.5% to near record lows, which filtered into USD weakness and a record price for gold, silver up around 5%. Nevertheless, stocks rallied - DJ up 0.6% and NASDAQ up 0.4%.
Bernie Brookes Chairman of Dotz Tech says the latest deal with V2Tech Distributors to mark 30 million Australian medical face masks with its ValiDotz tech is just a taste of what's to come
Uscom's Professor Rob Phillips says the release of the Ventitest further diversifies Uscom’s product portfolio and revenue stream in a time of global uncertainty
MSL Solution's Patrick Howard inks now and pays later after a deal with a new strategic partner spoke sweetly to investors
Wine exports over the latest financial year may have decreased but Mitchell Taylor from Taylors Wines says the economic downturn didn't hit demand. In fact, it made people's palettes more sophisticated.
One hour every weekday dedicated to Australia & NZ's startup ecosystem. This episode features Charbel Zeaiter, Will Banks, Prescott Pym, Greg Kushnir and Dain Welsman.
Fresh off acquiring Moreton Resources' metals portfolio up in Queensland, Chairman of Jadar Resources Luke Martino says exciting times are coming and silver's just the beginning.
Forager Funds' Steve Johnson says reporting season is looking as gloomy for the REITs with a focus on office property. There is, however, light at the end of the tunnel for other sectors.
Mark Harrison from Pitcher Partners talks about the future of Melbourne retail after the lockdown extension.
Heath Moss talks US earnings season and how the search for yield will prove to be a huge challenge for SMSF investors in particular as the once-dominant banks falter due to the coronavirus.
Mark Moreland from TeamInvest and Scott Phillips from The Motley Fool go in-depth and stock-specific. The stock of the day is Seek (SEK).
Niv Dagan from Peak Asset Management talks about US big tech's incredible rally and what he's expecting for reporting season.
Warren Hogan of EQ Economics gives his instant analysis of the retail sales figures and his assessment of the RBA decision this afternoon.
Nerida Consibee of REA Group tells ausbiz why she thinks Canberra will prove to be a property price bright spot amongst a country of laggards.
John Cummins from SocietyOne tells ausbiz about what the key themes he's watching out for as credit market volatility ramps up ahead and the US election is just around the corner.
Tom Madden from Leyland Asset Management previews the top stock stories set to move markets in Australia.
Cyan IM's Dean Fergie says a pretty benign earnings season is ahead of us. Stay away from the names who rely on a phsyical presence, and commodities could actually be too volatile.
Justin Braitling from Watermark Funds Management questions the sustainability of this rally in shares, as the defensive assets such as sovereign bonds and gold are rallying while the USD is falling.
Alistair Schultz from ACY Securities takes us through what he is expecting to hear from the RBA Board and statement of monetary policy.
James Gerrish from Shaw and Partners takes us through the day's opening calls. BWP Trust reporting a marginal beat on full year earnings, but flagging its dividend could be reviewed.
Greg Valliere, Chief US Policy Strategist at AGF Investments calls for a stimulus bill in the next week, adding the Fed has been heroic and Congress has stalled. He takes us through what to expect in the lead up to the US Election in November.
Local investors are primarily driven by local concerns, but overall markets are still hopeful for a vaccine and enthusiastic about global recovery. IG's Kyle Rodda gives us a look ahead.