The price of Bitcoin rose by another $US500 this week after breaching $US5000 last week, making investors huge fortunes. But those who have seen their fair share of booms and busts are scratching their heads.
Noel Whittaker Financial expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions about money management.
Marcus Padley To make money out of shares you have to work out what's going to happen that is unexpected.
Marcus Padley Bubbles are rare, fantastic, twice-in-a-lifetime opportunities. If you spend those moments sitting on the sidelines wagging your finger at everyone else's stupidity you are missing the point.
John Collett There's a significant rise in the number of disputes going before the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) concerning SMSFs and financial advice is a trend.
Nassim Khadem It's time to remove barriers on Australian women getting back into paid work.
Noel Whittaker Columinst Noel Whittaker helps readers with their financial conundrums.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons The Morgan-Conley family doesn't own a car, but they're going against the tide.
Daryl Dixon Gearing to buy speculative investments at the best of times involves considerable risks because of margin calls as share prices decline.
John Collett As Bitcoin moved up sharply again this week, after breaching $US5000 last week, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue heard evidence about virtual currencies and tax.
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