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Power lines to profit: Top performing listed infrastructure funds

Listed infrastructure companies own and manage key assets across utilities, transportation, communication, and social sectors. Despite the allure of steady returns, consistent income generation and capital growth potential, these investments also carry their share of risks and complexities.

Will Arnost | 25th Mar 2024 | More
Leaders & Laggards: Magellan Global Infrastructure vs ClearBridge RARE Value Infrastructure

In this head-to-head battle, Atchison Consultants analyst Mishan Dahia pitches Magellan and Clearbridge against each other in an infrastructure performance match up. Which one leads, and which one lags?

Mishan Dahia | 30th Nov 2023 | More
New funds offer wholesale access to infrastructure investments

Increasing government expenditure on social infrastructure is driving huge levels of investment into the sector. There are now several options for retail and wholesale investors to gain exposure to this asset class, which was previously open only to institutional investors.

Nicki Bourlioufas | 14th Dec 2022 | More
  • Australian Super’s fee plan needs a second look

    Fee raises at the nation’s biggest super fund have raised questions about the benefits of scale. If Australian Super has to increase fees, what chance do smaller funds have?

    Drew Meredith | 1st Sep 2022 | More
    Infrastructure companies deliver the goods

    Listed infrastructure companies provide a powerful hedge against inflation.

    Nicki Bourlioufas | 8th Aug 2022 | More
    Infrastructure: In new storms, seek old harbours: INDepth with Jamie Storrow from Northleaf Capital Partners

    Jamie Storrow from Northleaf Capital Partners goes in-depth with James Dunn from The Inside Network on ‘Infrastructure: In new storms, seek old harbours”.

    The Inside Adviser | 4th Jul 2022 | More
  • ASX brushes aside BNPL slump, rises to four-week high

    ASX overcomes BNPL sell off, Afterpay tanks, Praemium jumps The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) finished 0.3% higher on Wednesday, overcoming a significant sell off in the technology sector. The tech sector fell 2.7% for the day, with a 9.6% fall in Afterpay Ltd (ASX: APT) pulling the entire market down by 10 points. The sell-off came after a double…

    The Inside Adviser | 15th Jul 2021 | More
    Trading volumes soft as ASX slides

    ASX falls as Afterpay spikes, Woolworths’ spin-off, retailers rally The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) fell 0.3%, the second straight day of losses, with consumer staples (+1.9%) and IT (+2.1%) the only real winners. The majority of the selling pressure came from healthcare and energy, falling 1.8% and 1.2% respectively, with continued weakness in CSL Limited (ASX: CSL) dragging the…

    The Inside Adviser | 24th Jun 2021 | More
  • ASX drops 0.7% in second straight loss

    Sell off continues despite budget, Qantas tanks on flight delays, CBA delivers  The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) fell 0.7%, the second straight negative session, pushed lower by utilities and energy companies, down 2.2% and 2.0% respectively. The Federal Budget which offers little in the way of future spending or policy direction was broadly in line with expectations, the deficit lower than…

    The Inside Adviser | 12th May 2021 | More
    Best close since COVID as ASX rises 0.6%

    ASX hits new high, value rotation continues, car sales spike The ASX200 finished another 0.6% higher on Wednesday, reaching the highest point since February last year but still some way off the all-time high of 7,199 points. Once again it was the energy and materials sectors boosting the market as a flood of more positive economic news…

    The Inside Adviser | 7th Apr 2021 | More