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James Dunn

Contributing Editor

James is an experienced senior journalist and host of The Inside Network's industry events.

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To help make deceased estates whole, he hunts down lost shares

As a specialist hunter of missing shares belonging to deceased estates, JMI Investments’ Jon Moses helps families and their lawyers navigate a difficult and confusing process. It’s not unusual to find thousands in unpaid dividends, and he recently found a forgotten $1 million portfolio.

James Dunn | 4th Oct 2023 | More
To tap into critical minerals demand, try these ASX miners

Australian companies are poised to play a key role in the clean energy transition, with major projects in critical minerals emerging to meet new demand for rare earths elements. Here are four ASX stocks likely to benefit from the new mining boom.

James Dunn | 27th Sep 2023 | More
Panama Canal woes fuel supply-chain fears for the long haul

With global growth expectations already under pressure, drought-fuelled disruption to the Panama Canal shipping route is bringing supply-chain slowdowns back to the fore, just in time to do maximal economic damage.

James Dunn | 30th Aug 2023 | More
From Acorns, RAIZ has the potential to grow strong performance roots

There is a case to be made that RAIZ (ASX:RZI) presents a significant market opportunity, if you have faith in the platform’s ability to diversify its revenue streams and consolidate its significant fan-base.

James Dunn | 30th Jun 2023 | More
Why the Baltic Dry Index matters in the post-pandemic investment world

With ETF providers offering a slew of products aimed at shipping exposures, the ‘esoteric legend’ of the Baltic Dry Index still has a place in the hearts and minds of investors.

James Dunn | 28th Jun 2023 | More
  • Art investment in SMSFs ‘not easily done’, but trustees backing their taste

    With almost $600 million worth of SMSF assets held in art – up 54 per cent since 2016 – the original alternative investment is seeing a significant resurgence in popularity.

    James Dunn | 23rd Jun 2023 | More
    Upbeat start to week – and month – likely for Aussie market

    After a strong session for global markets on Friday, Australian shares will take a positive lead into the new week – and month. The Australian benchmark index, the S&P/ASX 200, added 16.5 points, or 0.2 per cent, on Friday, to 7,309.2, but eased 53 points, or 0.7 per cent over the week. ASX futures trading…

    James Dunn | 1st May 2023 | More
    Inflation figure taken as bringing rate relief

    After a poor lead from Wall Street, the S&P/ASX 200 index recovered some of its early losses on Wednesday to close 5.7 points lower at 7316.3, after Australian core inflation for the first quarter came in weaker-than-expected. The broader All Ordinaries index was down 9.4 points, at 7,502.8. Annual inflation fell to 7 per cent…

    James Dunn | 27th Apr 2023 | More
    What winning fundies go through when they lose

    After posting a 16.6 per cent average annual return since 2014 and 31.8 per cent in FY20/21, the Cyan 3G Fund lost 35.8 per cent in FY21/22. So how does it feel, as a fund manager, when things head south in dramatic fashion? The fund’s co-founder, Dean Fergie, speaks to The Inside Network’s James Dunn.

    James Dunn | 19th Apr 2023 | More
    Another solid week for local market

    A positive mood on Friday lifted the benchmark Australian index, the S&P/ASX 200, by 0.5 per cent on Friday, to 7361.6, with gains in mining companies offsetting losses in health and property sectors. The index added 2 per cent over the week, notching its third consecutive week of gains, and ended at its highest closing…

    James Dunn | 17th Apr 2023 | More
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