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Outlook 2020: Australia

There is a modern maxim generally attributed to Bill Gates that states that most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can get done in ten years.  I think this is also true of investments and markets...

11 December 2019 | Paul Taylor
Outlook 2020: Aussie small to mid caps

Outlook 2020: Aussie small to mid caps

So what lies ahead for us in 2020? It may be the year when the bull market is pushed to breaking point or alternatively another year of muddling through with low rates and record debt levels. Whatever happens, they'll be crucial drivers for those that win or lose in 2020.

11 December 2019 | James Abela
Outlook 2020: Emerging markets

Outlook 2020: Emerging markets

As we move into 2020, some of the headwinds faced by EM investors have the potential to turn into tailwinds. However some volatility is set to persist so selectivity remains of utmost importance to navigate the asset class.

10 December 2019 | Alex Duffy

What is an Active ETF?

What is an Active ETF?

Understand more about how you can take advantage of Active ETFs.

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Outlook 2020: Asia

Outlook 2020: Asia

Modest valuations in Asia set investors up for reasonable returns from the region in 2020, while developed markets outside the US struggle to boost growth. But it remains important to be selective as we expect some rotation within markets. In China, in particular, there could be weaker returns from the popular technology and consumer names...

10 December 2019 | Paras Anand
Two consumer stocks making it big overseas

Two consumer stocks making it big overseas

In this podcast Kate Howitt shares her thesis on two great Australia consumer brands, her quest to understand what makes a company great and highlights a strange anomaly being created by the combination of low rates, easy money, and passive investing.

09 December 2019 | Kate Howitt
Soft landing, earnings returning

Soft landing, earnings returning

Geopolitical risks that dominated the headlines in 2019 have been subsiding meaning we should see a soft landing for global GDP growth. The synchronised wave of dovish central bank policy in 2019, plus a confident consumer buoyed by strong employment markets, should be enough to prevent a global recession in major economies at least for now...

09 December 2019 | Fidelity International
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