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What genuinely excites me about researching and participating in the selection of investments for the eInvest Future Impact Small Caps Fund is the ability to focus on investments that in some shape or form have the power to alleviate, and potentially address, pressing social and...

While there are about 2200 stocks listed on the Australian market, more than 95 per cent of the value is made up of the top 200 stocks by market capitalisation. That leaves a lot of tiddlers but there’s a case to be made for the Small...

The year 2018 reminded us emphatically that some of the more exciting investment products available did a lot worse than some of the conventional ones, to the extent that cash outperformed most other asset classes in Australia. Shares? Real Estate? The list of underperformers is a...

At a high level, we need to feed society and the availability of food is important. However, not all food is created equally, given the growing call to minimise implications for the environment and society at large from food production. It's not only thermal power station...

'Active management'. It’s a term, like many in the finance world, that is jargon for a simple concept. Simply put, active management is where decisions regarding an investment are made by the analysis of investment professionals, sometimes with quantitative tools to assist. Imagine you wish to...

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Imagine your favourite high quality product. It might be coffee beans, avocados, books by a famous author or a gadget. Now, imagine this reliable consumer product drops it’s price by 10%, 20% or more. What do you do? Option one: wait until it’s price goes back...

Many investors make the mistake of putting all their financial eggs in one basket. If anything goes wrong with that one product or asset they are in serious trouble. That’s why, as their savings increase, they should diversify or widen out the type of their...

Why do I invest? The simple answer would be “to make my money grow” but upon reflection, the reasons for investing are more nuanced and have everything to do with defining my own future. I invest because I work too hard to not have my money...