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Ishan Dan

Senior Journalist

Ishan a Senior Journalist covering the Inside Investor and Insider Adviser publications. Ishan has extensive experience across financial markets with roles spanning stockbroking, financial advice and platform administration. Ishan has written for well-known finance publications including Marcus Today, The Bull, MoneyandLife among others. Ishan’s varied experienced has given him sound expertise across the entire spectrum of finance and investing, with specific experience commenting on portfolio construction, direct shares and managed fund investing.

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Fineos, Newcrest added to Morningstar Best Ideas List

Morningstar has released its Best Stock Ideas, which highlight the top Australian and New Zealand companies that are trading at a discount to their fair valuations. This month it has 15 companies in its list having added Fineos Corporate Holdings (ASX:FCL) and Newcrest Mining (ASX:NCM). Fineos develops and sells claims and policy management software for…

Ishan Dan | 6th Jul 2022 | More
What is the connection between bond yields and equity markets?

While central banks around the world move to combat rising inflation through the aggressive hiking of interest rates, the knock-on effect has been broad-based sell-offs in global share markets as investors rotate away from risk assets into safer assets. At the same time, there has also been a sell-off in bond markets which has seen…

Ishan Dan | 1st Jul 2022 | More
Three cheap stocks for one of the best months of the year

As we say goodbye to a volatile financial year, most investors are glad it’s over and can’t wait to say hello to FY23. Markets will be hoping that this new financial year will bring about calmer trading conditions with fewer geopolitical tensions and no devastating pandemics. Central banks will still be very much focused on…

Ishan Dan | 1st Jul 2022 | More
Which stocks made the cut for the “recession-proof” portfolio?

Following two years of heightened volatility, brokers are already out making grand declarations and stock predictions of what will transpire in the new financial year. Macquarie has been one of the first to put together its dream portfolio built to survive a recession. The broker believes the bear market we are currently experiencing is split…

Ishan Dan | 1st Jul 2022 | More
Cinema attendance offers hope for the economy

Cinemas operators have faced significant challenges over the past five years, primarily due to the impact of Covid and its many lockdowns. Intensifying competition from Netflix and other streaming services has also negatively affected industry demand. According to IBISWorld, industry operators have responded by investing in new equipment and promoting new experiences to attract patrons…

Ishan Dan | 29th Jun 2022 | More
  • Price rises ahead at KFC – Collins Food posts bumper profit

    Collins Foods (ASX:CKF) has posted a better-than-expected profit result for the financial year, which has pushed the share price up more than 11 per cent. Revenue was 11.1% higher, to $1.18 billion, and underlying EBITDA was up 12.6% to $209.2 million, with strong margin improvement in Europe. Underlying profit was up 25%, to $59.7 million….

    Ishan Dan | 29th Jun 2022 | More
    Two ends of the spectrum, as Metcash beats and Carsales buys

    Negative news on the economy eventually becomes good news for stocks, as markets rally on hopes that rate hikes may not be as aggressive as expected. Tech and consumer retailers have gained more than 2 per cent with the healthcare sector the “worst,” adding just 0.8 per cent in the last few trading sessions. In…

    Ishan Dan | 29th Jun 2022 | More
    Young investors ‘undeterred’ by volatility: Pearler

    Young investors are seemingly undeterred by the equity market volatility, according to share trading app Pearler. Pearler claims that on average, eight out of ten trades by its young customers are on the buy-side, versus two trades on the sell-side. Commenting on the recent volatility, Pearler founder and CEO Nick Nicolaides says “despite these setbacks,…

    Ishan Dan | 24th Jun 2022 | More
    Investors must look beyond the big-name green companies

    AXA has launched two new green strategies as part of its plan to expand investment portfolios and rollout into Australian markets. The AXA IM Global Green Bond Fund and the AXA IM Clean Economy Equity Fund will join AXA IM’s flagship Sustainable Equity Fund, which was launched back in 2014. Speaking with portfolio manager, Amanda…

    Ishan Dan | 24th Jun 2022 | More
    These were the worst IPOs of 2022

    Following the IPO bonanza in 2021, it looks like much of the strong, positive momentum failed to materialise in 2022. The IPO market in 2021 recorded the highest number of new floats in a decade, more than the previous two years combined. Nearly half of the listings in the first half of 2021 came from…

    Ishan Dan | 24th Jun 2022 | More
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