Below is an article shared from one of our previous monthly Portfolio Updates sent to our investor clients. On the final few days of a trip along the coast of far north Queensland, I am writing this article from the balcony of my hotel room in Cairns overlooking the marina.
Let me set the scene. Last Sunday morning I was driving on the Kiama bends on the south coast of NSW, Australia. In my rear vision mirror, I happened to notice a car cornering substantially faster than any other car. It was approaching my car very quickly.
Should we be investing now given the current levels of risk, volatility, and uncertainty in financial markets? This was a question we were asked several weeks ago during a presentation. We shared our response to this question in our most recent monthly Portfolio Update – sent to those clients that have engaged our Individually Managed […]
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