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The secret of China’s success — and what it means for the west

27 Oct 2014 James White, Senior Investment Analyst, Colonial First State - “Every dollar the Chinese government invests creates two dollars in extra gross domestic product.”

Prices slashed - everything must go!

27 Oct 2014 Nick Swales, Regional Director, Newcastle Office, Rathbones - “If you want to have a better performance than the crowd, you must do things differently from the crowd.” Sir John Templeton.

The stock market will kick off the new trading week in a positive frame of mind

27 Oct 2014 Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets) - by CMC Markets Over the past nine trading sessions, the ASX 200 index has gained nearly 5% and looks likely to open higher this morning. The recovery continues to be supported by another good earnings season for US stocks.

Just because it is in fashion – doesn’t mean it fits.

24 Oct 2014 marketvectors-australia - by Arian Neiron The differences between LICs and ETFs

The "Mythbuster" approach to Indexing : Inefficient Markets

23 Oct 2014 Vanguard - Chris Phillips - Probably the most common myth I hear, and I hear it a lot, is, “We’re happy to index large-cap U.S. stocks, but we prefer active in small-cap or international markets.” Makes sense, right? After all, large-cap stocks, those in the S&P 500 Index, for example, are closely followed by analysts, traders, portfolio managers, and sell-side research firms.

How to take advantage of the "new mediocre" global growth

23 Oct 2014 FIIG - by Angus Knight For a few months now, the RBA has commented in its statements that financial volatility was lower than could be justified. After some extreme movements in global financial markets since last Thursday night, I can assure you that this is no longer the case. It wasn’t clear when, why or how it would end, but we all knew the preternaturally low levels of volatility would end at some stage.

What’s moving markets: correction or crisis? It depends where you sit.

23 Oct 2014 Matthew Sherwood, Head of Investment Market Research, Perpetual - “…rapidly declining markets, whilst always sobering, can also represent a signal to buy rather than sell and to remain calm while others panic.”- Matthew Sherwood, Head of Investment Market Research, Perpetual

Abenomics Update - Japan

23 Oct 2014 Platinum Asset Management - by InvestSMART source Enough time has passed since the advent of “Abenomics” to justify a mid-term report card.

Keep an Eye on Europe

23 Oct 2014 Clime - John Abernathy - Fund manager John Abernethy says RBA deputy governor Guy Debelle was right to warn investors that there are a lot of negatives around that are already spilling from bond to equity markets.

Threat to Medibank from Comparison Sites

22 Oct 2014 Forager Funds - Steve Johnson - The number of policyholders under the Medibank Private brand has shrunk. Only fractionally, but there are less Medibank Private policyholders today than two years ago. All of the growth is coming within Medibank’s no frills insurance brand, ahm.
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