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Why super is destroying political ideologies

07 May 2021 | David James

There has been much political manoeuvring between the two major parties over super policy. What has been missed is that Australia’s superannuation system is a new kind of economics that comes from neither political left or right.


Bullish estimates on earnings a sign of growing normality in shares

06 May 2021 | David James

There are growing signs of an improvement in corporate earnings estimates, especially in Australia but also in the US and Europe. The 70 per cent jump in local estimates has implications for investors, indicating a return to something more “normal”.


A tale of two supermarket chains

05 May 2021 | David James

Woolworths, along with Coles, is one of the two dominant supermarket chains in Australia, although it can no longer be called as simple duopoly with competitors such as Aldi gaining traction in the market. Investors in the Australian market inevitably compare the two, concluding that Woolworths is fully priced.


The Budget – not as bad as thought

04 May 2021 | David James

Australia’s Budget position is looking surprisingly sound given the damage caused by the pandemic lockdowns. It suggests that investment conditions are not as dire as they might have been.


Not entirely convincing

04 May 2021 | David James

The iron ore price is soaring but analysts have a mixed view on Fortescue Metals Group.


The madness of king greenback

04 May 2021 | David James

The biggest problem facing investors is the irrationality of the global markets, which introduces high levels of uncertainty.


Mixed picture in housing

30 April 2021 | David James

Australia’s residential housing prices do not seem to have been harmed as much as many expected by the epidemic. But the picture is complex.


Do higher commodity prices point to inflation?

29 April 2021 | David James

Commodity prices are returning to pre-covid levels, which may be a sign that the global money printing is starting to feed into inflation. Are higher interest rates coming?


Will the ASX 200’s strength continue?

28 April 2021 | David James

 

The ASX 200 is on the verge of posting its seventh successive month of rises. How does the Australian market compare with the rest of the world and will there be a sell off?


Why China is really attacking Australia

27 April 2021 | David James

A recent program on Four Corners showed how China’s trade policy is devastating many of Australia’s primary industries, including barley, wine, beef and crayfish. This is being interpreted as a political attack, which it may well be. But there is also a strong financial reason for what is happening.


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