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WAAAX and an extraordinary disconnect

Frustratingly for investors in micro-caps, the larger companies which now include the WAAAX market darlings are running quickly ahead of their smaller cousins. It’s a waiting game for the tide to turn.

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A fireside chat with Hamish Douglass

At the 2019 Morningstar Investment Conference, Tim Murphy sat down with Hamish Douglass to discuss how Magellan was transformed from a new business during the GFC to managing $83 billion now.

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5 flexible features of Managed Accounts

Managed Accounts are not only an investment platform and administration system. They represent a flexible way to offer financial advice, with scale and transparency advantages, but watch the cost.

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What are professional fund buyers doing now?

For individual investors interested in putting money where the experts go, professional fund buyers are making modest portfolio adjustments in light of a riskier market, and faith on active management remains strong.

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Green bonds: greenwash or the real deal?

Green bonds help fund projects focused on issues such as energy efficiency, recycling and waste reduction, but when are they really a ‘greenwash’ to make the company look good?

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Where Australia is an energy outlier

Australia is an outlier in energy. We are the world’s leading LNG and coal exporter, yet we have high energy costs and we lead the world in CO2 emissions. What does the future bring?

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Have your say

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Why hybrids win from the election result

The threat of Labor denying franking credit refunds led some investors to sell hybrids, widening their margins, which created investment opportunities for those willing to look past the immediate announcement.

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Charles Dalziell on life as a contrarian investor

How does a style that relies on investing in stocks the market dislikes sustain itself over time, when inevitably investors go through difficult markets until the value is realised? It’s not an easy way to run a fund manager.

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