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See what The CEO's thought of Green Energy, Credit Growth and Urbanisation this week

NAOS Asset Management

“I don't think there is anything to worry about, even if we do see further falls. I'm not in the business of being able to predict day-by-day or week-by-week movement of industries. But I'm not worried about what we're seeing” Andrew Formica, Co-CEO, Janus Henderson Show More

5 megatrends we are investing in

Rob Tucker

We have used the megatrends framework as a template for several years, simply as a way of formulating a framework for how we start filtering down the investible universe into stocks that we ultimately focus on. We revisit this every 6-12 months to assess where the opportunities are to find... Show More

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Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170309

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market gave up some ground in line with weak global sentiment, weak commodity prices, global central bank uncertainties and rising yields. Consumer Discretionary and Financials supported the market while Resources and large caps moving ex div took the market down. Click here for the full report... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170301

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market recovered some losses from morning selloff despite US presidential speech delivering very little detail to the slogans. Resources and Consumer Discretionary drove the market down while Utilities and Financials delivered some support. New month and more question than answers on US fiscal outlook. The speech that was supposed... Show More

Sunset Strip | Aussie Afternoon Institutional Market Wrap

Mathan Somasundaram

Market moved up again on positive global sentiment to deliver third straight positive day. The local market has now reached near 18mth high on price index while making new all-time high on accumulation (i.e. including dividend) index. The main market in focus is the US and history shows that there... Show More

Prospecting for value in resources

Livewire Exclusive

Commodities have been on a wild ride of late. It was only on Friday that iron ore had rallied above $70US/t; overnight another big fall had prices back below $63US/t. Not all commodities are moving in unison, as gold, silver and nickel have all held up well this week. Many... Show More

Big moves in unloved sectors

James Marlay

A quick screen of the biggest moves in February to date shows that there is some bargain hunting going on in some unloved parts of the market. The intention was to find those stocks that had delivered strong results. However, the results point to some big moves in some very... Show More

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