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Journos are calling it a melt-up; economists are calling it a bubble. Here at Montgomery we’ve been writing since November last year that investors could expect rising asset prices (read: stocks and property) thanks to a regime shift at the US Federal Reserve under Janet Yellen. Continue reading
A number of investors have posted requests for us to look at Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd (ASX: AGI) following the sell-off in the market price yesterday. Continue reading
As you already know, Magellan Financial Group are approached regularly by smaller equity managers seeking an investment. To date, Magellan have only invested in one manager – Montgomery – and Magellan remain the only external investor in our company. Continue reading
On 16 July 2013 (during the first half of FY14), the Labor Government proposed changes to the Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) treatment of novated leases, amid claims of “rorting”. These proposals shut down the car leasing and salary packaging industries. Even Ford blamed Kevin Rudd’s $1.8 billion FBT overhaul for halting production, forcing at least 750 workers to be stood down. Continue reading
Your author thinks the hilarity must surely be lost on a couple, who at an intimate dinner together, aren’t talking to each other at all, but instead, are photographing their food and Facebooking their friends about what a great time they’re having. Continue reading