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    If you’re like us, the Tokyo Olympics have been a refuge of entertainment and inspiration during lockdown in Sydney. This got us thinking, what Olympic analogies can we take and apply to investing? Asset classes, or the types of investments that investors can choose, all have...

    Living in an era of historically low interest rates has forced investors to look for income outside of term deposits and bonds.  This means upping the risk, but it can be done in a prudent manner by investing in blue chip, dividend paying, franking credit...

    The major banks have long been a mainstay of the Australian stock market and a key component of most investors’ portfolios. Today, the big four account for around 20 per cent of the overall market capitalisation of the ASX and therefore exert a significant influence...

    Dividend yields are important at the best of times, although in times of uncertainty they are even more important to investors. The market volatility is hard to weather but can create buying opportunities for astute investors. And when markets get negative, there are ways to...

    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...

    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...

    According to a recent Fortune article,  San Francisco was rated as the best city for trick-or-treating and the northern neighborhoods of Presidio Heights and Seacliff as the top ranked to visit on Halloween. Apparently kids from all over town visit these neighbourhoods in hope of...

    Considering the volatile economic and political times we are going through, Australia’s sharemarket turned in a very respectable “steady as she goes” performance in the September quarter of 2019. The all important ASX200 index closed the September quarter at 6688 which was up 0.8 of one...

    As Father’s day approaches this weekend, the eInvest team made a realisation. Our Dad influenced each of our first investments. It seems that we don’t just inherit our Dad’s hair colour, height or football team, but we often inherit our Dad’s values, ideas and approaches when...

    The US yield curve inversion – an indicator of recession or not? In a word, not. There are clearly issues in the world. A recession may hit the global economy more quickly than some expect. Nonetheless, the long-lived influence of global central bank policies on...