16
Jan

Best of 2018: Who is the most vulnerable as housing prices head lower?

The long-term rise in Australian home prices has led to a huge inter-generational transfer of wealth creating winners and losers amongst the generations.
16
Jan

Best of 2018: How will innovative transportation ideas bring new opportunities?

A major trend that infrastructure investors should be aware of are the emerging public transport systems which will free up road and rail systems with a flow on effect to related infrastructure.
16
Jan

Best of 2018: The questions you should be asking about Australian equities

Australian equity investors trying to navigate volatile markets should ignore the day-to-day market noise and focus on seven key questions that will help them to understand the opportunities and dangers ahead.  
15
Jan

Four reasons the 2019 global economic outlook looks positive

Many investors were rattled by the equity market falls in late 2018, but Dr Shane Oliver says there are a number of reasons to suggest that in 2019 a well-diversified portfolio should deliver reasonable returns.
14
Mar

Where's all the share market volatility coming from

There is quite a lot of talk about volatility coming back to share markets all of a sudden, and with the talk there’s also bit of conjecture about where the volatility originates from.   Some say it’s because interest rates and bond yields are beginning to rise; others will point to the end of quantitative easing in…
14
Mar

Is residential property the next Singapore Sling (shot?)

  James Maydew, AMP Capital’s Global Head of Listed Real Estate, leverages his global view to bring a regular insight to property value trends from around the world.  
14
Mar

Investment that capitalises on fast infrastructure evolution

The infrastructure industry is evolving rapidly worldwide and specialist investment firms are taking bold steps to be ahead of the changes.    
14
Mar

Why passive investing now won't deliver all your goals

Passive investment funds used to be a relatively obscure part of the market. But with their popularity soaring in recent years, many investors might now be sceptical about paying for active investment.   .
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