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12 top dividend stocks

By investing in attractive listed businesses that reward shareholders with dividends, it is possible to secure returns that beat property or fixed interest, and gain exposure to the future growth of the economy. Clime's Matthew Koroi reports.

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In this issue
  Market views
  ASX news
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Carbon tax winners
Victor Bivell, Eco Investor

Learn which sectors and shares have most to gain - or lose - from the tax.

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Star small-cap stocks
Peter Rae, Morningstar

Know how to identify small companies with attractive characteristics.

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Asset allocation
'Great' portfolio tips
Daniel Parasol, Evans & Partners

Use these techniques to allocate funds across the right sectors and stocks.

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Make the most of MINIs
Donahue D'Souza, Macquarie

Coverage of ETFs expands choice in warrants market.

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iPhone App
Exciting new service
Mary Ramsay, ASX

Stay up-to-date with the market, monitor favourite stocks, and receive real-time alerts.

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Investor Hour - Sydney
Infrastructure opportunities
From ASX

Magellan's Dennis Eager shows the pros and cons of infrastructure investment.

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Investor Hour - Adelaide
Stocks to watch
From ASX

Hear from Catapult Wealth's Tony Catt on top stocks and themes.

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ASX/CommSec workshops
Directional trading strategies
From ASX

Learn how to identify trading opportunities using technical and fundamental analysis.

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  Latest videos
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Favoured stocks
Jeremy Hook, TMS Capital
See which stocks and market trends this adviser favours.

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Right tactics, right time
Alan Hull, author
This leading investor sets out key asset-allocation principles.

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Sharemarket realities
Dale Gillham, Wealth Within
Avoid these sharemarket myths, and make more money.

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  Sharemarket beginners
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Spotting strong profits
Owen Richards, AIA
What to look for in those six-monthly company reports.

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Your wealth creation plan
Toni Case, The Bull
Asset allocation begins with knowing your investment needs.

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Top investment books
Sean Dostal, Moneybags
Two books that explain how great investors build portfolios.

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  ASX events
Investor Hour

Infrastructure opportunities
Stocks to watch
How to time the market

ASX/CommSec workshops
Intro to the Sharemarket
ASX/CommSec workshops
Intro to Options
ASX/CommSec workshops
Directional trading strategies
Investor Hour videos

Recently recorded
Video + slides
Right tactics, right time
Video + slides
Stocks to watch
  ASX research
Real time index values
Interest rate tracker
Long-term investing report
Most traded shares by value
Company research lookup
  ASX listings
Upcoming Floats
Bega Cheese
Blenheim Resources
Global Mineral Resources
Parker Resources
Recent listings
Firestrike Resources
Ikwezi Mining
Kinetiko Energy
Mining Group
Rumble Resources
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