As an investor it’s very easy to get thrown off by the ever-present worry list surrounding investment markets that relates to economic activity, profits, interest rates, politics, and so on. Against this backdrop, there are some key things for investors to keep in mind in order to be successful.
Credit markets are being pulled in different directions. On one hand, weaker economic activity levels are expected to weigh on corporate profitability and default rates are highly likely to rise. On the other hand, central bank buying as part of enormous asset purchase programs are providing important support.
A Joe Biden presidency may come with an economic impact. So what are the the implications for investors and how would this effect Australia?
From the get-go back in March, as coronavirus lockdowns hit, there has been much debate about what this recession would be like: how deep would it go and how long would it be?
The US election is only a month away. Markets are now paying close attention to it for several reasons.
Most millennials are quite prudent when it comes to managing their financial affairs. Research by Afterpay found that millennials are saving more than their parents and are 30 per cent more likely to save regularly
Australian spending habits have changed markedly in the last few months. With restrictions easing in some states, some Australians can spend more time outside their homes.