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Drew Meredith

Publishing Editor

Drew is Contributing Publisher of the Inside Investor and the Inside Adviser. Drew is an experienced financial adviser, as well as a regular contributor to the Unconventional Wisdom Journal, Money magazine, the Australian Financial Review and various other trade publications. Where Drew's comments constitute advice, it is general advice only (AFSL383169). They have not considered the readers personal or individual circumstances. Readers should seek professional advice before acting on any comments.

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Top of the pops – top global funds had one thing in common

March stands out as being one of the most difficult periods for investors in a generation. On the one hand, bond markets send fixed income to its worst return in more decades, and on the other, equity markets were sold off broadly on valuation concerns as bond yields ended a forty-year downward trend. It is…

Drew Meredith | 18th May 2022 | More
The tables have turned after quarter from hell

“Patience is a virtue” may well be the best way to explain the performance of the Australian sharemarket in the March quarter. As the rest of the world, but particularly fast-growing technology stocks listed on the NASDAQ entered free fall, the local S&P/ASX200 benchmark bucked the global trend to deliver a return of 2.2 per…

Drew Meredith | 18th May 2022 | More
Little by little, market recovery continues, James Hardie upgrades, Bramble’s bid halted

The domestic market is slowly chipping away at recent losses, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining another 0.3 per cent on Tuesday behind a rally in the energy and utilities sectors. The energy sector was buoyed another 2 per cent by a rally in the oil price amid signs that Chinese demand may recover, with both Woodside…

Drew Meredith | 18th May 2022 | More
China weakness sends market lower, Brambles confirms takeover talks, Qube jumps

The local market commenced the week on a more positive note, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining 0.3 per cent on the back of a strong performance from the industrials sector, which finished 2.4 per cent higher. Technology shares also rallied behind the likes of Xero (ASX: XRO) up 2.1 and 4.4 per cent as falling bond…

Drew Meredith | 17th May 2022 | More
Market turns on tech sector, Block, Xero surge, gold miners weaken

The local market finished the week on a high note, gaining 1.9 per cent on the back of an incredible surge in the technology sector. The mid-session turnaround in the Nasdaq pushed the technology sector to a 6.9 per cent gain after the US-listed payment provider and owner of Afterpay, Block (ASX: SQ2) gained 15…

Drew Meredith | 16th May 2022 | More
  • Science versus history on predictive ability of yield curve

    “Whatever you are thinking might be the trigger of a potential correction today, you are quite likely to be wrong” explains Michael Hampden-Turner, Director of Fixed Income at FTSE Russell in a recent blog post discussing the recession predicting capabilities of the yield curve. Headlines have been dominated by the undeniable fact and historic analysis…

    Drew Meredith | 13th May 2022 | More
    White noise: Great for babies, not so good for investors

    White noise is broadly defined as the combination of sounds of all different frequencies together, typically being used to mask other sounds. Among the most common uses of white noise is to help babies (and adults) sleep without background noise. Whilst highly powerful for this purpose, one could easily make the opposite conclusion when it…

    Drew Meredith | 13th May 2022 | More
    Tech sinks local market, Commonwealth Bank profit up, Bitcoin ETF launches

    The technology sector all but sunk the local market today with the S&P/ASX200 sinking 1.8 per cent on the back of an 8.2 per cent fall in the sector. Every other sector was lower, with energy and real estate down more than 2 per cent and financials outperforming by falling just 0.8 per cent. Just…

    Drew Meredith | 13th May 2022 | More
    Market rallies off lows, Asia turns, Magellan hires new CEO

    The domestic market managed to eke out a small gain, recovering from as much as 1 per cent down to send the S&P/ASX200 0.2 per cent higher on Wednesday. Positive signs from Asia, including a broadly expected jump in Chinese inflation contributed to the settling of nerves with the materials sector recovering 0.9 per cent….

    Drew Meredith | 12th May 2022 | More
    Local stocks fight back, weight of numbers push market lower, Pendal’s surprise

    The local sharemarket followed global markets lower, with the S&P/ASX200 opening as much as 2.5 per cent lower. The day’s trade was a story of the weight of numbers, with every sector barring communication finishing lower, but more companies gaining than falling. The size and scale of weakness in energy and commodities, down 2.1 and…

    Drew Meredith | 11th May 2022 | More
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