James Kirby

James is one of Australia’s most experienced financial journalists: He has held senior positions on The Australian Financial Review, The Australian, Business and Finance in Dublin and The South China Morning Post in Hong Kong.  A veteran of reporting on and analysing Australian corporations he wrote for Business Review Weekly before co-founding Eureka Report. He has written several business books, including biographies of Gerry Harvey and Richard Pratt. James is a regular commentator on radio and television.

The bad news for house prices

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Investors are still being enticed into the property market thanks to negative gearing, but new data suggests that the steady climb of house prices may soon be at an end.

Ten things you must do in 2015

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Here’s your investing guide for the year ahead.

How to invest wisely during earnings season

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WATCH: Eureka Report's guide to getting the most of earning season.

Facebook's disruptive push

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Eureka Report's Managing Editor, James Kirby, discusses how Facebook is at the forefront of the investment theme of our time – disruption.

Eureka’s New Publishing Schedule

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From Monday we’re moving to a twice-a-week publishing schedule. Research on Mondays, wealth management on Wednesdays … here’s the plan.

Our new shares service

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Now you can track our share recommendations and their performance at a glance ... here's how.

Acorn’s push into Asian small caps

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The fund manager has outperformed the Asian small caps index.

Emerging markets: Finding the hottest stock zones

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Are emerging markets safe for investing? The short answer is, it depends.

Navigating the tech stock maze

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Some investors clearly see IT stocks as overvalued, but Platinum fund manager Alex Barbi sees opportunity.

Picking Great Companies in 2014

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Eureka Report is focused on finding great companies for you to invest in, and we have a fantastic team of analysts on board dedicated to this goal. In this webcast, you will meet our team of expert analysts and learn about the methods they use to determine whether a company has exceptional potential. Join Eureka Report Managing Editor James Kirby and two members of our research team - Brendon Lau and Simon Dumaresq - for an introduction to this topic.

The 10 things you must do in 2014

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The outlook for the year ahead looks encouraging. Here’s our key rules for 2014.

Is Waislitz a new Buffett?

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The float of a new fund by billionaire investor Alex Waislitz has Buffett written all over it.

Superannuation silence

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After disclosing its key plans for superannuation earlier this year, the Treasurer kept the budget free of any extra surprises for the superannuation regime.

Carrots and sticks

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The Treasurer is clamping down on trust structures, education deductions and a range of offshore tax activity. Meanwhile, he’s promising new opportunity for infrastructure investors.

Eureka and Clime join forces

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A new joint venture between Eureka Report and Clime Asset Management offers our readers a pathway towards successful investment through stock valuation services.

Go ahead Julia... give superannuation reform a go

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Having opened the issue of superannuation reform the Gillard regime should now take the opportunity to fix a flawed system.

Forbes hails Rinehart's rejuvenation

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Emboldened by a bounceback in her fortune, Gina Rinehart is back at the top of the Forbes rich list while she diversifies into controversial but lucrative shale oil.

Kerry Stokes: Australian Of The Year?

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A donation of three Victoria Crosses by Kerry Stokes has captured the public imagination, but is it enough to see him bag the celebrated title?

The crazy business at Crazy John's

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The takeover and downfall of John Ilhan's telco follows a familiar storyline, where corporations with incompetent acquisition strategies rapidly suffocate entrepreneurial zeal.

King of the iron ore cash pile

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The skyrocketing iron ore price gives Fortescue's Andrew Forrest his best chance yet to become one of Australia's top tier industrialists.

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