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Gold as currency hedging

Investors considering gold sometimes wonder about currency hedging. As gold trades in US dollars, Australians who buy it make a twofold bet.

Staff Writer | 1st Nov 2022 | More
Cleaning up carbon: The great restoration

After benefitting from climate calm for 8,000 years the foundations are being shaken. But with over 90 per cent of the global economies committed to net-zero we have a path to crack ‘both sides of the walnut’, according to Ruffer.

Tim Kruger | 31st Oct 2022 | More
  • Thinking in narratives and why stories matter

    Stories help investors deal with uncertainty and imperfect knowledge. But contagious narratives which come to dominate can over-inflate expectations – and therefore prices – until a new one challenges and eventually replaces it.

    Charalee Hoelzl | 17th Oct 2022 | More
    Winning over the next generation

    The next generation are not automatically inclined to turn to their parents’ financial adviser, according to research from Invesco. Using the “power of curiosity” can aid retention, however.

    Jacquelyn Mann | 13th Oct 2022 | More
  • Companies ditch IPO route, opening up new channels for investors

    It’s a perfect storm: Companies are staying private for longer and finding “myriad” ways to raise capital outside the traditional IPO route, while investors are becoming attracted to the investment opportunities they present.

    Marcus Ritchie | 5th Oct 2022 | More
    Using stories to help clients understand investment concepts

    Simple techniques like analogies and metaphors can help you connect with clients, but ‘storyselling’ needs to be simple and relatable.

    Jacquelyn Mann | 12th Sep 2022 | More
    The risk addiction

    The pursuit is focused, relentless and uncompromising – dismissive of any potential consequences. So what happens when the addiction is to risk?

    Alex Lennard | 8th Sep 2022 | More
    Pounding the Table for Small-Caps

    We think small-cap investors are well-advised to follow the investment maxim, “Look to be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.”

    Steve Lipper | 1st Sep 2022 | More
     2022 Emerging Markets Mid-Year Outlook: Navigating Opportunities and Headwinds

    Despite the -16.3% year-to-date (YTD) performance,1 we are impressed with the resilience of Emerging Market (EM) equities. In any year with the S&P down 19.9%, the US Dollar (USD) up 7.2%,2 Russian assets marked to zero, and China locking down its two largest cities, one would rightly cover their eyes before looking at EM performance….

    The Inside Adviser | 17th Aug 2022 | More
  • Higher inflation, recession more likely: Franklin Templeton

    Late July news of the Federal Reserve (Fed) increasing interest rates another 0.75% and a second negative quarter of economic growth (GDP) has created an uncertain environment for investors.

    Stephen Dover | 15th Aug 2022 | More
    Midyear Outlook: Income arrives in many shapes and sizes

    Income arrives in many shapes and sizes     The first half of 2022 has been challenging for investors across all asset classes, and the uncertainties plaguing markets remain—particularly with regard to inflation, interest rates and the possibility of recession.  Stephen Dover, Chief Market Strategist, Franklin Templeton Investment Institute says: “As we look toward the…

    Stephen Dover | 28th Jul 2022 | More
    The income conundrum

    The combination of rising global interest rates and increasing recession fears has complicated the current investing environment.

    Stephen Dover | 11th Jul 2022 | More