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Liquidity is the ability to buy or sell something whilst incurring normal transactions costs. Liquidity in fixed income markets are no less important to liquidity in equity markets. How does one measure liquidity? In a managed fund, it is complicated. It depends on many inter-related factors such...

    I am a bit of a nerd for books about business strategy and growth, and one that was recommended by a mentor is “Exponential Organizations” by Salim Ismail. The book is a guide for how businesses can re-position themselves for the rise of technology. If...

Simon Wang Portfolio Manager of eInvest Cash Booster Fund (Managed Fund) (ticker: ECAS) tells us of his hot summer reads. We're looking forward to seeing how these reads might rub off on the ECAS portfolio. Thinking In Bets (Annie Duke) Annie Duke won the 2004 World Series...

At eInvest, we often use the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) acronym in a way that assumes that everybody knows what it means and all that goes with it.  It soon becomes clear that it is just another confusing investing acronym – so we thought...

The US Strategy and Quant team at Wall Street investment bank Bank of America Merrill Lynch recently published a research note to clients “Top 10 Reasons you should care about ESG”.  The note contained some interesting findings and here are our 7 favourites: You can do good and...

30 June marked the end of the 2019 financial year and what a good year for generating income from the stockmarket it was for us! While Australian companies have traditionally been generous dividend-payers relative to most overseas markets, this was a step up in the...

This article was first published in Cuffelinks on 16 July 2019. The original article is found here. The recent step down in cash rates was a final jolt to the savings of millions of Australians who live on interest from bank deposits. It took term deposits...

What a good question! And it’s good news not bad… The EIGA share price (but really it’s a unit price) is made up of two things: the value of the underlying shares held by the fund; plus dividend income that has been received by the fund...