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Most people would expect the depreciation of the Australian dollar versus the US dollar to be a positive for Australian resource stock prices. However, BTIM Portfolio Manager Brenton Saunders says it is not that cut and dried.
While it might seem everyone is concerned with the Federal Reserve’s timing of its first interest rate hike, we are as concerned with when, and at what level, its last rate hike comes.
Fund Manager James Syme believes there are emerging market software, service and e-commerce giants with years of strong growth ahead.
BT Investment Management has been named Gold Winner in the Best Fund Manager category in Money Magazine’s Best of the Best Awards 2014.
While most of Australia slept, in the early morning of Thursday 16 October northern hemisphere investors experienced a bout of volatility not seen in many years.
Ethical and sustainable investing are often confused. Ethical investment is a subjective minefield – which is ironic, given that companies producing landmines are one of the few exclusions …
Australian Equities – a history of Australian equities excellence: what makes our process one of the most consistent in the market?
In Australia, BT Investment Management (BTIM) is synonymous with professional excellence, and our Australian equities capability is known as one of the best in the market. Find out what makes our process one of the most consistent in the market.
Being a ‘diversified investor’ means being across all asset classes – their individual foibles, their inter-relationships, their likely future returns, their volatility. Only by doing that can you mix and match them in a way that maximises investor returns for a given risk profile.
Four trends placing pressure on China’s attempts to rebalance growth could provide the foundation for long-term progress. Click here for more from JOHCM Senior Portfolio Manager Samir Mehta