For a Special 250th Edition, we asked: “What is an enduring investment lesson you learned from making a mistake?” and we received a wide range of responses that might prevent someone from repeating the same error.
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A former professional footballer draws five lessons from his sporting life into his current career in finance. Success in one year in no way ensures that the next time will be any easier.
Sir Michael Hintze founded CQS in 1999 and it has established itself in London as a major credit-focused, global, multi-strategy asset manager with AUD20 billion under management. We chatted on his recent visit to Australia.
Howard Marks explains that he has never told investors ‘it’s time to get out’, and while he does not see bubble conditions, future returns are likely to be subdued based on current high prices.
Chris Cuffe has selected his favourite articles from five years of Cuffelinks, presented here in a free ebook.
In Episode #6, we discuss the Future Fund versus SMSFs, Telstra’s prospects, Geoff Wilson’s outlook, ETF trends, LIC reporting and the business case for the stadium rebuilds.
The weekly podcast covers behavioural economist and author Dan Ariely, an optimistic fund manager, a CIO profile, a thriving Aussie company, the Amazon impact and surprising tales from Kim Beazley.
Episode 4 focusses on the revival in retail stocks, goals based investing, global LICs, the Australian housing market, short selling, those pesky bikes on our streets and a practical use for Bitcoin.
Episode 3 focusses on the small cap rally, how to recognise good startups, Bitcoin, retirement spending, tourism, a new product misrepresenting its features and a Chris Cuffe classic from our archives.
This week in ‘Inside Investing’, James and I discuss fund manager expectations, Paul Keating on retirement and life expectancy, fixed interest risks, a2 Milk, quirky wills and remuneration.
Cuffelinks and Livewire Markets have teamed up for a weekly podcast called ‘Inside Investing’. We will take you inside the world of producing our newsletters, meeting the people and sharing ideas from our articles.
Exchange Traded Funds have become popular with investors and their advisers in recent years but there are important lessons in how best to access the market.
Investors and financial market professionals underestimate the power of franking credits to enhance returns, especially in pension phase where franking is fully refunded.
‘Grey swans’ are surprises that are improbable but more likely to occur than ‘black swans’, and investors should consider the possible impact on their portfolios. Some of these swans will paddle by this year.