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eInvest's active ETF, the eInvest Core Income Fund (Managed Fund) (ECOR) has received a recommended rating from research house, Zenith Investment Partners (Zenith).  Managed by affiliate, Daintree Capital (Daintree), ECOR is one of a suite of three actively managed fixed income ETFs offered through the eInvest...

Sydney, Australia (October 6, 2020) – eInvest, a distributor of active ETFs, confirmed that its active ETF: eInvest Core Income Fund (Managed Fund) (Ticker Code: ECOR) has received a recommended rating from top research house, Zenith Investment Partners (Zenith). Managed by affiliate, Daintree Capital, ECOR...

What is fixed income investing? Companies have two ways of raising money for their balance sheet.  They can sell a stake in their ownership via shares, which is referred to as “equity”, or they can borrow money by raising debt.  This debt is issued as a...

The fact that the Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) market has growth is common knowledge in investment circles. But where has that growth been experienced? What are the recent ETF trends? At eInvest we specialise in Active ETFs so we know this area pretty well. According to...

The Australian economy looks to have avoided a worst-case outcome, but with more than 1.5 million people officially unemployed and many more supported by JobKeeper, the road to recovery will require bold action. One suggestion has been reducing the RBA cash rate below zero. Notwithstanding the...

In the space of few weeks we have gone from a handful of Coronavirus cases in Australia to over 4,000. We have seen a run on toilet paper and longer life food, the shutdown of restaurants and cafes, mass switching to work-from-home and thousands of...

Getting our news straight from the source, we sat down with Mark Mitchell and Justin Tyler, Portfolio Managers of our suite of fixed income funds (ECAS, ECOR and EMAX) to ask them how recent volatility has impacted credit markets.  So, what has happened? A decade of...

Only when the tide goes out do you discover who's been swimming naked – Warren Buffet. The high tide the markets were recently experiencing has been sucked out far quicker than a gentle lunar induced low, being more like a rapid tsunami drop just before the...

“Monstrous valuations”, “Bubbles” and “rampant demand for the hot investment theme”: Monday’s reports in the AFR on valuations and ESG are overstated and reasonably simplistic. ESG focused stocks are typically growing more strongly than the often structurally challenged ESG laggards and, as a result, have higher...

As we enter a new year, financial markets are displaying tangible signs of optimism. Equity markets are setting new record highs, credit spreads are at their lowest levels in two years, and according to JP Morgan even volatility in the foreign exchange markets has dropped...