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Alex Cowie

With the Easter and Anzac period upon us, for some holiday reading, we’ve rounded up and summarised a baker’s dozen of the top wires of 2019 so far, including some of the most popular stock ideas, fundie interviews and big picture wires. 3 unmissable fundie interviews If you missed it, in... Show More

Equities
James Marlay

One of Australia’s most iconic funds management firms will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year. From humble beginnings with just $30 million of assets under management Paradice Investment Management today manages ~$16 billion across five strategies invested in Australian and Global Equities. The culture at Paradice is performance focused, which... Show More

Daily Report
James Gerrish

Aussie stocks were bullish early thanks to strength overseas – resources the main driver early on pushing the index up to a 6270 high - smack on the high we saw on 7th March before the market pulled back ~150pts. Those same jitters seemed to kick in today with the... Show More

Equities
Peter Gardner

Interest rates around the world, including Australia, have been falling recently. Where conventional wisdom one year ago was for rising rates, now expectations have factored in domestic rate cuts and falling yields over the next 3 years. Aussie 10-year government bonds are at all-time lows standing at 1.75%. This change... Show More

Daily Report
James Gerrish

The local market ran with the positive lead out of the US and Europe on Friday night, combining with some better than expected China PMI data to send the index over 6200. The unofficial number out over the weekend was better than expected, then official, or Caixin PMI once again... Show More

James Gerrish

The ASX oscillated in a 30 point range today and was again choppy under the hood – however a more bearish day overall with Materials (for a change) leading the fall. US Futures traded in the red for most of the session while Asian Markets tracked a similar path –... Show More

James Gerrish

Another very choppy session for the ASX with a lot going on under the surface yet the index finished fairly flat on the day. Banks were weak and the market finds it hard to rally when banks are offered + there was another decent seller of SPI Futures at stages... Show More

Patrick Poke

China bans Australian coal from Dalian port, AUD falls; Maurice Blackburn to lead class action lawsuit against Westpac over alleged irresponsible lending practices; Cash Converters results don’t look positive for Australian consumer. Here’s what’s happening in markets today. Show More

James Gerrish

Given the commentary from Jerome Powell (US Fed Chair) overnight, specifically around the trajectory of interest rates in the US (lower for longer) but more importantly the ability (and willingness) of the Fed to use unconventional measures to support the economy, trade in the US after the press conference and... Show More

Patrick Poke

Fed takes about-turn on rate rises and signals "patient" approach - markets rallied in response; apartment fire sale in Sydney as housing downturn takes its toll - UBS says Mirvac stands to lose the most; and Howard Marks' latest memo. Here's what's happening in markets today. Show More

James Gerrish

Some selling crept into the market today from early morning highs, particularly in the stocks that have led the recent advance from the December lows. Afterpay (ASX:APT) for instance rallied hard early before sellers locked in gains – the stock hitting a $16.97 high before closing at $15.25, a big... Show More

James Gerrish

A reasonable lead from the US overnight has helped Aussie stocks end higher, despite the BREXIT turmoil continuing. The local market briefly traded below par early in the session but managed to close 30 points above the day’s lows to close on the high of the day. Banks were the... Show More

Equities
Hugh Dive

The “Dogs of the Dow” is an investment strategy that is based on buying the ten worst performing stocks over the past 12 months from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) at the beginning of the year but restricting the stocks selected to those that are still paying a dividend.... Show More

James Gerrish

Summer is here, the cricket season is ramping up and the market has found some form managing a century in today's session. The G20 result sent investors into a buying frenzy today, and the local market managed to earn back all of Friday’s weakness plus change today. It was clear... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

Contrarians can be a lot like teenagers: they think they’re all different but end up looking the same. This however, is not true of this week’s guest, Tim Hillier from Allan Gray. Case in point: when asked what stock he’d own if the market were to close for five years,... Show More