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How will Your Future, Your Super reforms impact ESG investing?

While the government’s Your Future, Your Super (YFYS) reform package, which took effect last July, has been widely derided by the industry, it is the first step in a move to requiring the industry to improve its efficiency, transparency and accountability. One of the unexpected consequences of the YFYS changes is the fact that it…

Ishan Dan | 20th Jan 2022 | More
Investor’s risk making the ‘cardinal sin of investing’ – Howard Marks

It shouldn’t take one of the most successful self-made hedge fund billionaires to remind us, but the warning may well be timely. In Howard Marks’ latest missive, titled ‘Selling Out’, the author highlights the biggest mistake or ‘cardinal sin’ of investing. That being to ‘sell out’ of otherwise quality assets on little more than a…

Drew Meredith | 20th Jan 2022 | More
  • Another record quarter for Praemium

    Praemium (ASX:PPS) shares are up almost 4% at the time of writing following the announcement of strong growth during the second quarter. The platform recorded funds under administration of $49bn with net inflows up 12% on the same quarter last year and has closed the gap with Netwealth’s $50bn. Key results for the second quarter…

    Ishan Dan | 17th Jan 2022 | More
    Tech weightings the key driver of factor performance in 2021

    The simplest trade may well have been the most profitable since the pandemic began. Backing big tech, the FANGs, or even the S&P500 in which they are more dominant than ever, has been a sure-fire way to deliver the strongest returns in decades to investors in balanced portfolios. But just how important have they been,…

    Drew Meredith | 17th Jan 2022 | More
  • Inflation is like chewing gum: sticky and flexible

    Leading thematic manager, Capital Group, is confident that the market downturn of 2020 was short-lived and entirely related to the COVID-19 outbreak, according to vice-chairman and president, Rob Lovelace.   Expanding on this point, he says that the “the powerful upswing in equity prices since then is simply a continuation of the bull market we’ve…

    Ishan Dan | 17th Jan 2022 | More
    Ringing the bell for low returns

    The US sharemarket has compounded returns exceeding 18 per cent per year since the depths of the Global Financial Crisis. Despite the all-too-consistent prognostications in nearly every year since, that the market has become over-valued, investors have clearly been rewarded for taking risk. Has this performance been driven solely by central bank policy, as many…

    Drew Meredith | 17th Jan 2022 | More
    Douglass sticks to his guns after horror 2021

    After a hellish close to 2021 that saw the departure of one of Magellan’s largest institutional clients, the pressure will be on for Hamish Douglass to do what he says he won’t: prioritise the short-term. The closing months of 2021 were likely the harshest of Douglass’ public career. Criticisms of Magellan’s underperformance since the 2020…

    Lachlan Maddock | 13th Jan 2022 | More
    Is Bitcoin’s correction a precursor for the market?

    One of the most powerful, and potentially long-standing, impacts of the pandemic was the so-called democratisation of investing. With over a billion people stuck at home, many of whom were in secure work, or alternatively the beneficiaries of the largest stimulus package in history, a large portion turned to investing to fill the time. At…

    Drew Meredith | 13th Jan 2022 | More
    The top-performing Australian equities funds for 2021

    2022 was a pivotal year for managed discretionary accounts (MDAs). Funds under management surpassed the magical $100 billion mark for the first time, as the uptake among financial advisers was boosted by Covid-19. According to the Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP), estimates are for funds under management to cruise past the $200 billion mark…

    Ishan Dan | 13th Jan 2022 | More
  • Performance dispersion expands amid growth sell off

    The second half of 2021 has produced a mixed bag of results for global growth equity funds. A mass rotation away from China and high bond rates impacting valuations saw global growth funds skewed towards Asia and US tech, underperform. Those tilted towards the US more generally outperformed. Looking at the Hyperion Global Growth Fund,…

    Ishan Dan | 16th Dec 2021 | More
    Value rally slows despite ‘perfect’ conditions

    On the whole, value funds underperformed growth despite some volatility in October. Global equities managed to resume their upward trajectory in October and remained in positive territory year to date. Key sources of positive return came from managed funds which selected stocks in the US, were able to take advantage of short position in China,…

    Ishan Dan | 16th Dec 2021 | More
    Crypto platforms welcome Frydenberg’s regulations

    From being a ‘crypto critic’, Australia has quickly transformed itself to soon be a ‘crypto leader’ by proposing a framework for managing cryptocurrencies and crypto companies, in the biggest shakeup in the country’s payment systems in 25 years. Covid-19 showed us how quickly society digitised its payments systems with the onset of Afterpay and its…

    Ishan Dan | 16th Dec 2021 | More
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