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One of the most important tasks for any decision-maker is to continuously stress-test assumptions and mark-to-market their hypotheses as to how the future will unfold. Let's "nowcast" a little.
Corporate bond spreads are now tighter than they were before the GFC, yet corporate leverage is higher. Buy financials, sell corporates.
Trump is unambiguously the pure American profit maximiser. This could be the most business and financial markets friendly regime in a long time.
It is possible to generate high returns with low risk irrespective of where short-term cash rates or long-term government bond yields may be.
How do we survive when liquid, safe asset classes don’t offer income to cover the cost of living? Do we speculate today? Or wait for it to normalise at an unknowable future date?
For many Australians, their house is one of their biggest assets, if not the biggest. But a leveraged owner-occupied home is riskier than the sharemarket.
Now you should be long housing - but it is exposed to some regulatory risks and headwinds we should understand.
Are investors better off taking higher dividend yields offered on stocks than investing in a new breed ASX-listed hybrid?