Sometimes you get a piece of good advice early in your career, from someone older, that you respect. You should remember that advice and follow it. One of these is often “never say we told you so; it just irritates”. We’re going to break that rule; in a polite way.
We won't beat around the bush, this is a simple suggestion to look at listed Infrastructure equities as a source of dividend yield, reliability and yes, even capital growth.
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?
Karl Hunt, of the Global High Conviction portfolio and Delft Partners, delves into what is shaping up to be one of the stronger global investing thematics. Infrastructure spending was needed prior to the ongoing pandemic and it is now likely to accelerate as governments around the world look to drive economic activity.
With recent extreme weather events and Greta Thunberg’s proclamations that the end is near, renewable energy is currently a hot topic. Of course, the trend away from fossil fuels has been in train for some time, especially from oil and coal. These trends are only likely to accelerate from here onwards as improvements in technological know-how and greater political pressures gather pace.
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.
Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management and the TAMIM All Cap Value strategy, takes an in-depth look at one aspect of the property boom that is often misunderstood by market commentators.
Guy Carson presents his outlook for the 2018 calendar year. Taking a look at what has happened in the last twelve months, Guy discusses what to expect from the Australian economy in the year to come and some interesting sectors to watch accordingly.
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