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Charlie Aitken

I am one of three brothers, and most Sundays in our childhood Dad would pack us all in the car and take us for a drive to see or do something interesting. This was clearly to give Mum a well-deserved break from us for a few hours. Show More

James Gerrish

We witnessed an almost perfect “about face” last year from most of the market on interest rates with the start of 2018 all about rising interest rates / bond yields on the back of bullish economic & stock market predictions, while the second half focussed on a looming recession and... Show More

Patrick Poke

Elon Musk could go drilling in the Blue Mountains with his Boring Company; a group of Hong Kong stocks geting demolished in late trade; Scott Galloway makes predictions about 2019; and Ukranian hackers use inside information to trade... poorly. Here's what's happening in markets today. Show More

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Income investors once turned to high-yield stocks as the income from traditional sources dwindled. But what should holders of those high yield stocks now do as bond yields creep back up again? As yields on the two asset classes converge, equities become relatively less attractive, and analysts have to use... Show More

NAOS Asset Management

The Internet of Things, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence will disrupt and transform virtually every industry and area of the economy over the next decade. In just the past six months, cloud service providers have increased their capital investments significantly” Gary Dickerson, CEO, Applied Materials Show More

Marcus Tuck

John D. Rockefeller once said: "Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It's seeing my dividends coming in". Mr Rockefeller was perhaps a little too fond of his dividends, but they are an important component of total equity returns, particularly in a high-dividend-paying market such as Australia's... Show More

James Gerrish

The market rolled over early this morning on some big volume through the futures market before ebbing and flowing throughout the session. A whimper up into the close but nothing to write home about, the market simply feels a little hot now and needs to some time to cool –... Show More

Jason Teh

Are Australian bond-like proxies going to suffer a bondcano moment? Certainly, stocks that have defensive characteristics have been sold down in recent months. And bond bears would have it that they are collateral damage from rising US yields. However, we believe this is a false narrative. Hence, we need to... Show More