Fixed Income

A big thanks for the incredible interest in our Complexity Premia podcast! Please note that this is nerdy investment content, and not for retail punters. In this episode we: discuss the huge credit rally that no experts expected at the end of 2018 (capitalising on this, our insto-only Active Composite Bond strategy returned 9.14% before fees over the year to March 2019 compared to the Composite Bond Index's 7.20%); make the case that the housing bust could be about to end; reveal that the RBA is considering unconventional monetary policy; argue (again) that ScoMo has a much better chance of winning the election than betting markets/political experts think; canvass rising RMBS risks as house prices plunge; explain why the Senate will probably kill the ALP’s franking policy as it stands; and consider Magellan’s entry into the simmering LIC debate.

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