Deloitte/ Access Economics released their ASX Australian Investor Study this week, and it is absolutely full of interesting stats and ideas. The study aims to shed some light on investor behaviour, rather than determine if that they are doing is right or not. Lets dive in! The Top 10 Findings: The top 10 findings make […]
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Working in the markets, sometimes you can get a real solid feeling of how various fund managers are positioned, and what their expectations are for the market in the near term. There has certainly been a feeling in an around markets that while there are some pockets of decent value, the stock market in general […]
Today’s post is a bit wonky, but it’s also something near and dear to my heart. Today, I want to introduce you to (or reacquaint you with) a somewhat unconvential economist named Hyman Minsky. Minsky was a post-Keynsian whose research focused on understanding and explaining financial crises. Minsky’s theories were considered fringe ideas and largely […]
“High Returns from Low Risk” by Pim van Vliet is the most approachable book on the low volatility stock anomaly. Most investors will tell you that risk and return are two linked parts of investment – a willingness to take more risk delivers higher returns. But is this always the case? Pin van Vliet doesn’t think so, and has […]
Welcome to the second post in my series about things you shouldn’t invest in (but you might anyway!). Today we’ll be talking about classic cars, some of which are now fetching quite the price in auctions worldwide. And I have a confession to make. Those of you who count yourself as militant FI/Frugal readers should look […]
Deloitte/ Access Economics released their ASX Australian...
Working in the markets, sometimes you can get a real solid...
Today’s post is a bit wonky, but it’s also something...