Robert Swift takes a look at the current situation around inflation and looks at how we can invest to maintain our spending power in real terms. A must read for those now receiving next to nothing for their bonds and fixed income.
This week we revisit the most over-researched and perhaps over-discussed sector in this nation, namely the financial sector. More specifically I would like to touch upon the short-to-medium term outcomes of recent policy decisions.
Sid Ruttala delves deeper (pardon the mining wordplay) into Australia's largest export, iron ore. Looking at the future of both the supply and demand side and what this means for mining stocks in Australian's portfolios going forward. Is there a substitute for the banks in there?
After a strong rebound and some signs of a relaxation of the lock downs we are now entering ‘Phase 2’. The actual damage done will become clear and fears about a viral resurgence are likely. Consequently, we expect a sideways market for a few months. Long term returns are unlikely to be impaired however, although a temptation to unleash modern monetary theory would be alarming. Japan remains our favourite equity market.
This week we would like to revisit that age-old topic, and perhaps one of our recurring favourites, asset allocation. This is a topic made especially pertinent given the unprecedented low-interest rates combined with high valuations across both equities and fixed income.
This week we look at nothing new. The lofty valuations we are seeing in the tech space are neither new or unprecedented in a historic context. A paradigm shift like this is simply an opportunity to achieve out sized returns. Just look at the trains...
The Chief Investment Officer for the TAMIM Global Equity High Conviction Individually Managed Account, Robert Swift looks forward at what to expect from global equity markets in the 2018 year and describes how he has positioned his portfolio accordingly.
Scott Maddock, portfolio manager for the TAMIM Australian Equity Income IMA, takes a look at the trade-off one must account for when aiming to generate income from an equity portfolio. He takes a look at two stocks held to deal with exactly that.
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