Asset allocation in a post-pandemic worldInsights 26th June 2020
Managed accounts in a post COVID-19 worldInsights 25th May 2020
Coronavirus: The best and worst stocks on the Australian share marketInsights 25th May 2020
Insights 3 Apr 2020
Navigating uncharted waters
Resisting the urge to react to extraordinary movements in a volatile market can be difficult, however it’s important for investors not to lose sight of their long-term financial goals.
Insights 21 Feb 2020
Buy Hold Sell: Is this the best small-cap on the ASX?
In this episode of Buy Hold Sell, Jessica Amir from Bell Direct hosts Roger Montgomery of Montgomery Investment Management and James Gerrish of Shaw & Partners to discuss four stocks: 1) A travel company that's divided market opinion, 2) A growth stock Roger has nominated as the “highest quality company in small-cap space” (but one James is avoiding), 3) A turnaround play in the energy sector, and 4) A beaten-down miner that James reckons has good prospects in 2020.
Insights 18 Feb 2020
Buy Hold Sell - Healthy strategies for infected markets
In this episode of Buy Hold Sell, Jessica Amir from Bell Direct hosts Roger Montgomery of Montgomery Investment Management and James Gerrish of Shaw & Partners who share their perspectives on which parts of the market may in fact stand to perform amid coronavirus. They also discuss how this pubic health emergency could intersect with central bank policy and how investors can navigate themselves and their portfolios through these kinds of ‘Black Swan’ events.
Insights 10 Jan 2020
Will 2020 be the year of infrastructure stocks?
With global growth slowing and central banks around the world running out of ammunition to respond, governments will need to step in with increased fiscal stimulus to keep their economies ticking along, which bodes well for infrastructure stocks.
We expect that governments will boost economic activity in 2020 by either cutting taxes or bolstering public spending on large public infrastructure projects such as road and rail developments —and likely more of the latter.
Insights 1 Jan 2020
Outlook for shares in 2020
According to the Chinese zodiac, 2020 is the Year of the Rat – a creature seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. However, as we settle into the New Year, many investors may well feel caught between a cat and a mousetrap as they hunt for returns in the sharemarket.