In The AFR I argue that there are attractive investment opportunities in the extreme chaos gripping global financial markets and offer a mathematical view of how you should have allocated your capital over the last 27 years had you had perfect foresight. I also run the ruler over CBA's latest results in the context of criticisms levied by the hedge fund shorts: my conclusion is unambiguously that they are equity (credit) negative (positive). More sophisticated readers might enjoy my portfolio optimisation analysis across Aussie equities, US equities, Aussie government bonds, corporate debt, and cash (first table below), and my quantification of the likelihood of negative monthly returns in equities and debt (second table below). Read for free (VIEW LINK)
Christopher Joye is Co-Chief Investment Officer of Coolabah Capital Investments, which is a leading active credit manager that runs over $2.2 billion in short-term fixed-income strategies. He is also a Contributing Editor with The AFR.