Christopher Joyce is a contributing editor with the Australian Financial Review. He is an Australian Fixed Income Fund Manager with Coolabah Capital Investments, Financial Economist and former Government adviser I have been a strong follower of his for a number of years and want to share his latest views about our property market in Australia. […]
In this edition, we look at the typical stages of a “bear’ stockmarket, as a guide to how the one that we currently face could play out! However, we recognise that while nobody can accurately predict the timing of a future recovery, it will eventually happen and so opportunities will present themselves to investors.
In this edition, we discuss the likely consequences of the recent corrections in sharemarkets and the oil market. While the timing of a recovery is impossible to predict, we expect some very good opportunities to present over the coming months for long term investors.
In our January 2020 Video Update, I discuss the types of investments that can be incorporated into an investment portfolio to generate a higher level of income. However, given the record low interest rates on offer around the world, many conservative investors are accepting a much higher level of risk (and complexity) when selecting substitutes […]
Confusion in Investment Markets Today, the Reserve Bank of Australia elected to hold the official cash rate at 1%. However, a further cut in interest rates remains a possibility before the end of 2019. We now live in a world of record low interest rates, low inflation and slower economic growth. Consumer spending is weak, […]
Why is property such a popular option for Australian investors? Property is something people tend to be more comfortable with as an investment because it’s a tangible commodity and they’re more familiar with what’s involved in buying and owning real estate. When I talk to many clients about buying shares, they often don’t understand the […]