Investment Articles

Showing 1 to 10 of 130 articles:
Jordan Eliseo
JORDAN ELISEO  |  FRIDAY, 4 MAR 2022
Few asset classes have generated more buzz in the last decade than bitcoin. Read more
Matt Merritt
MATT MERRITT  |  FRIDAY, 25 FEB 2022
The listed infrastructure market is growing rapidly in size, with new companies helping to finance a societal shift in infrastructure demand. Read more
Mark Knight
MARK KNIGHT  |  THURSDAY, 20 JAN 2022
Despite all the recent talk on the rise of passive investment strategies, their active counterparts have been steadily compounding outperformance in the wake of the worst effects of the COVID 19 pandemic. Read more
Campbell Harvey
CAMPBELL HARVEY  |  FRIDAY, 3 DEC 2021
Global sustainable funds, as identified by Morningstar, rose to a record US$ 2.2 trillion in the second quarter of 2021, up from US $1.7 trillion a year earlier, or growth of 35% in a year. Read more
Minh Ly
MINH LY  |  FRIDAY, 29 OCT 2021
In the 2021 federal budget, the government proposed expanding eligibility to make downsizer contributions to individuals 60 and over, from previously 65 and over, allowing more individuals from an expected start date of 1 July 2022 to use these rules ... Read more
Paul Benson
PAUL BENSON , MANUEL HAYES  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 JUL 2021
The fallout from the Global Financial Crisis set off a sea change in fixed income markets. The rise in electronic trading, a growing roster of liquidity providers, and efficient market completion tools are but a few of the changes that have positively ... Read more
Kanika Sood
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 27 MAY 2021
If a security were to rise from 97 cents to $70,000 in 10 years, it would be hard for a financial adviser to not get calls from clients asking about it. Read more
Alex Lee
ALEX LEE  |  THURSDAY, 1 APR 2021
The behaviour of financial assets during the 2020 pandemic triggered a re-examination of the role of correlation in portfolios. Most market participants were surprised that the historically observed negative correlation between certain assets did not ... Read more
Monik Kotecha
MONIK KOTECHA  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 MAR 2021
Megatrends and disruption are not mutually exclusive, but inexorably entwined. Disruption is now playing a stimulant role to what has been going on for many years in pervasive global megatrends. Read more
Andrew Wilson
ANDREW WILSON  |  FRIDAY, 5 FEB 2021
People often ask why interest rates are so low, what is a negative interest rate and when will rates rise again. This paper explains the economics behind low interest rates, considers what Australia's central bank, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) ... Read more
PREVIOUS
NEXT