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Diversification is a free lunch, but you get what you pay for

Diversification is one of the most effective tools an investor can use, for the simple reason that spreading risk means you are unlikely to get wiped out if one or two investments go bust. But it is not a foolproof concept, and in fact it is laden with potential traps.

James Dunn | 16th Nov 2022 | More
Schroders: Build resilience and trust rather than waiting for a bout of good luck

An erosion of trust has changed the investor psyche to one that prefers companies which generate cash profits with a long term focus, according to Schroder’s’ Martin Conlon.

Ishan Dan | 11th Oct 2022 | More
Clean power drops in price, value seen in stocks

Wind and solar are gauged as the cheapest sources of electricity generation and storage in Australia, with technology costs trending in the right direction for investors.

Nicki Bourlioufas | 28th Sep 2022 | More
  • BHP primed for earnings storm

    While the environment will likely get more difficult, low-cost operators like BHP are well positioned.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 23rd Aug 2022 | More
    Did you own the top performing Aussie funds of 2022?

    And there goes the 2022 financial year. It flew by at the blink of an eye. A pandemic, a few supply-chain disruptions, a war in Europe, rising energy prices, climate change and soaring inflation. What more could you ask?

    Ishan Dan | 15th Jul 2022 | More
    ASX recovers from early dive, finishes flat again

    Late comeback delivers, energy in the red, dividends hit real estate, CKF falls on earnings The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) staged a remarkable recovery, managing a flat day despite falling as much as 0.9% on Tuesday morning. Energy, materials, and utilities were amongst the weakest performers, with a raft of dividend payments pulling the real estate sector…

    The Inside Investor | 29th Jun 2021 | More
  • Banks help ASX eke out narrow gain

    Bank rally not enough, Westpac hike dividend, job ads continue to surprise The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) rose just three points to begin the week, with a powerful day from the financials sector (+1.4%) which represents some 30% of the index not enough to overcome broader weakness. Energy and materials continue to detract amid signs that inflation is being…

    The Inside Investor | 3rd May 2021 | More
    ASX finishes 0.1% in front after weak start

    Rough day but positive finish, tech leads the way, iron ore’s new high, AMP’s new low The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) managed a small gain despite a volatile day on markets, finishing 0.1% higher on Friday taking the weekly gain to 1%. Once again, the tech sector is leading the way, jumping 4.4% over the week as it appears inflation…

    The Inside Investor | 18th Apr 2021 | More
  • ASX rises 0.5%, edging closer to record as miners rally

    ASX hits 13 month high, unemployment falls again, oil prices jump 5%  The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) is within just 100 points of an all-time, finishing 0.5% higher today and slowly catching up to a US market that is hitting new highs almost every other day. Today, it was all about the mining and energy sector, with US crude inventories…

    The Inside Investor | 16th Apr 2021 | More
    ASX closes 0.5% lower on materials, bank weakness

    Market weakens, CBA enters BNPL space, Corporate Travel sell down The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) fell 0.5% on Wednesday, following a confluence of global factors. It was a mixed day with six of the eleven key industry sectors falling but energy and materials remaining under pressure. The iron ore price has remained strong, however, both BHP Group (ASX:BHP) and Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) fell as other commodity…

    The Inside Investor | 17th Mar 2021 | More