Why we think the market is still overvalued

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Why we think the market is still overvalued

The recent falls in stock prices around the world have tempted many investors to dive in and grab some value. But we think this could be jumping the gun – many stocks could still have further to fall.


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Roger is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investment Management. Roger brings more than two decades of investment and financial market experience, knowledge and relationships to bear in his role as Chief Investment Officer. Prior to establishing Montgomery, Roger held positions at Ord Minnett Jardine Fleming, BT (Australia) Limited and Merrill Lynch.

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  1. Richard Blacker

    Not related to this article, but was just wondering what happened to the story on Challenger that was put up yesterday? I was hoping to read it again.

  2. I’d like to know where an SMSF can get a cash account that returns 2.8%! (excluding “introductory rates”)

    • Coincidentally I met an Australian Shareholder Association member at yesterday’s lecture in Melbourne who told me he had $500k with his bank and threatened to leave unless they gave him an improved return and he is now invested for 9 months at 2.85%

      • There are Term Deposit accounts paying that rate but I know of no SMSF “cash” accounts paying that rate. I think most people would take the term “cash” to mean the funds are immediately available (or within 24 hours). A term deposit is more illiquid than a bond. Once cash is put into a term deposit it’s no longer cash! When a percentage of Montgomery funds is stated as being in cash, I think the presumption is that the cash is immediately available for investment in other assets.

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