Heading into the end of the financial year, one of the more interesting phenomena for us has been the upward correlations in both bonds and equities. Bond markets have been predicting a downturn in economic conditions while equities, especially given the performance of growth, seemingly show expectations of the opposite. Does it make sense? Or is there something else at work?
This week we take a look at what makes a business an attractive investment opportunity and examine what we look for in our search for the next opportunity.
This week we would like to revisit the topic of the Australian banks in the wake of the Royal Commission. It seems that the markets have shrugged off the doom and gloom with bank-bashing relatively out of vogue in the mainstream media. Indeed, CBA has finished, at the time of writing, with its share price back to the pre-Royal Commission days. This brings us to the question, where to from here?
We return to the ever important topic of portfolio management and take a look at three extremely important things to keep in mind when managing an investment portfolio.
Part 4 - Understanding a Trade War Between Australia's Biggest Investor and Australia's Biggest Trade Partner
This is the fourth and final installment in a series of articles that look to explore the potential impact, both short and long term, of a trade spat between Australia’s largest investor and Australia’s largest trade partner. This installment looks at how the conflict might actually play out; perhaps more importantly, we touch upon what the impact will be on Australia.
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