Robert Gottliebsen

Robert Gottliebsen

Robert is one of Australia's most respected investment experts and has been a key commentator on Australian business and finance for over three decades. Robert co-founded Eureka Report in 2005 and was also a founding member of Business Spectator, a business news and commentary site. Robert was the founding editor of Business Review Weekly in 1981 and spearheaded the magazine for the next 19 years. He  was the original Chanticleer in The Australian Financial Review and after this, between 2000 and 2005 he was National Business Commentator for The Australian.

Australian business should follow the Buffett plan

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Warren Buffett's new strategy is achieving amazing investment returns. Australian executives and politicians should take note.

Yield investors should heed the bond market's warning

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Both the bond markets and the proverbial 'tea lady' have spoken, the economy could be depressed for a very long time.

GE’s ten strategies for success

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GE’s head of global operations offers advice on how to run a business in the 21st century.

The technology that could transform BHP

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BHP Billiton’s Andrew Mackenzie sees a dramatic change ahead for the oil, gas and coal industries -- if more is invested in carbon capture and storage technology.

Australia has to face up to the coal hard facts

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Australia needs to come to grips with the fact that coal’s decline isn't cyclical, it’s here to stay.

The unknown side of Malcolm Fraser

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Malcolm Fraser was unique among Australian post-war conservative politicians, but there was a side to him that is not widely known in the community.

Abbott must put an end to the ATO's bizarre actions

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The ATO's dealings in the small enterprise space boost unemployment, reduce revenue collection and contribute to the development of the cash economy.

Fed caution gives the RBA room to move

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The Federal Reserve's likely slow and steady approach to lifting rates will deliver a booster to the sharemarket but will also influence the RBA's decision-making on the cash rate.

SMEs need to be given a fighting chance

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The government needs to make sure that regulation allows small firms to compete with larger companies on an equal footing.

The looming risk to Australia's international reputation

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State governments have set a dangerous trend which threatens both our triple-A credit rating and international reputation.

Asian investors are transforming Melbourne’s CBD

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Asian-led property investment in Melbourne’s downtown apartment sector could see the city transformed into the next Hong Kong.

Greedy institutions are putting dividend imputation in danger

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Institutions are overplaying their hand and setting up an environment that threatens to curb dividend imputation in Australia.

Gerry Harvey's advice for retailers feeling the dollar squeeze

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The Harvey Norman founder has made a call to action to his rivals and other Australian businesses as the falling dollar sends import costs soaring.

How to make Hockey's housing plan work

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The vigorous debate surrounding the Treasurer's suggestion that first home buyers should be allowed to use their super savings for a deposit raises some valid points.

First home buyers should be able to dip into super

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Joe Hockey's proposal that first home buyers be allowed use superannuation savings to break into the housing market has merit.

Treasury's hoax is tormenting the super debate

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After severely damaging the superannuation debate with its incorrect costings in 2013, Treasury has finally admitted its mistake. But many are still being taken in by the hoax.

The housing sector is under attack

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Don't underestimate the threat to both banks and the property market from proposed regulatory moves that will restrict the flow of funds.

East West Link lunacy threatens Australia's credit rating

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Tony Abbott must be ready to step in to ensure Victoria meets its obligations on the East West Link. If he doesn't, Australia's international reputation will take a big hit.

Gerry Harvey confesses: 'How I lost $100m'

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The veteran retailer fesses up on one of his biggest mistakes and explains why property valuers are getting it wrong.

Banks are cleaning up by crushing savers

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No matter which way trapped depositors move, the banks will make a tidy profit.

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