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It’s hard not to think that the very intense spotlight being shined upon the US dollar makes it a key determinant of market direction in the near term.
Keeping in mind that none of this has any bearing on our investment process – which focuses our resources on the identification of high quality business, those with bright prospects, trading at rational prices – let’s take a quick look at how the currency might influence markets. Continue reading
Infomedia (ASX: IFM) has been going through a difficult period recently. At the time of releasing its full year results in August, it also announced the resignation of CEO Andrew Pattinson, effective immediately, and the retirement of long-serving NED Myer Herszberg. The company found itself in the awkward position of having a somewhat disappointing set of numbers to present, and no CEO to present them. Continue reading
The S&P 500 -6.9 per cent; the Australian All Ordinaries Index -7.2 per cent; the Nikkei 225 -14.1 per cent; the MSCI Emerging Markets Index -19 per cent; the Shanghai Composite Index -28.6 per cent – it sure was a tough September 2015 Quarter. Continue reading
The one-year forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio for the S&P/ASX 200 Index has been on a rollercoaster recently. We would like to try to put a framework around the market movements to more-broadly understand the thinking around the volatility. Continue reading