Want to make your riches in shares or property this year? Money has all the insights you need. Our cover story charts the Top 50 growth suburbs around the nation and the Top 50 shares that look set to rise this year, complete with expert analysis of the underlying reasons for our predictions (as well as an accounting of the predictions in last year’s issue). We also take a deep dive into the success behind Ozempic, the drug used for weight loss that’s taking the world by storm and making its manufacturer, Novo Nordisk, one of the richest companies in Europe.
In our annual feature, Money engaged top real estate analysts HotSpotting to identify the local government areas that look set to provide the best investment opportunities across the nation as well as the top 50 locations for 2024. We also hired market strategist Jess Amir to share the top investment themes for the year ahead as well as the top 50 stocks:
In this month’s cover story, you’ll find:
- The standout property locations for investors in each state across the country
- The history and reasons why Money backs these as growth spots
- An expert analysis of the current and future property market
- The top themes for share investors for 2024 from tech and AI to EVs, healthcare, bitcoin consumer staples and commodities
- The top 50 stocks to watch in 2024
- The top 5 to invest in
In addition, we offer feature stories on:
- How to avoid inheritance disputes
- The direct line between disruption in the Red Sea and inflation in Australia
- Latest options for ageing in place
- How diversification across asset classes, companies and countries reduces risk and improves long-term performance
The February issue also features:
The truth behind land and house packages
We delve into the pros and cons of buying land and house packages on the outskirts of major cities including two real-life buyers and the issues they faced.
The shopping revolution – how to shop conveniently while saving money
We survey how technology and fragmentation is disrupting the way we buy groceries. Given all the changes at the check-out we profile the most convenient ways to shop, the combination of online and in-store that works best, as well as the top money-saving hacks to lower your grocery bills.
The rise of Step One underwear
We talk to serial entrepreneur Greg Taylor about the success of social media sensation Step One Underwear. Failures, the unexpected and the tried and tested; Greg talks us through his journey to success… and why undies need to fit properly.
Restaurateurs on mixing business and pleasure
Iconic Melbourne restaurant Rupert on Rupert owners, husband and wife Mali and Ric Corinaldi reveal the intricacies of running a successful small business while maintaining a loving relationship. They also give us a peek into how a much in-demand venue prepares for – and celebrates – Valentine’s Day.
Top stories from moneymag.com.au:
- What the stage three tax cuts mean for you
- 9 major tax, property and financial changes coming in 2024
- How to get the government to top up your super
- Why Aussie savers are missing out on the best interest rates
- Financial complaints hit record high
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