news and observations

23 Mar 2017

Investing in times of uncertainty

Rising inequality, stagnant wage growth and disillusionment with established political parties have led to a rise in political populism. These politicians are playing to large groups of disenfranchised people who feel left behind in the post-GFC environment which has seen asset prices and standards of living increase. We asked panellists at the latest Crestone Investment Forum how they are positioned for these changes.

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Australia is not an economic island

CIO MONTHLY MAR 2017

Weekly Market Update

27 Mar 2017

Weekly Market Update

20 Mar 2017

Weekly Market Update

13 Mar 2017

Weekly Market Update

06 Mar 2017

Risk and reward | Striking the right balance

CIO MONTHLY FEB 2017

Weekly Market Update

27 Feb 2017

20 Oct 2016

Finding a new way forward

Investors find themselves in uncharted territory. The widespread adoption of quantitative easing by central banks around the world has radically transformed the investment landscape. Investors are left with few options other than to follow the central banks’ next moves even as new risks gather on the horizon. We invited some of the brightest economic and investment minds in the business to discuss and debate these macro-economic issues at our latest Crestone Investment Forum. Their diverse views provide a rare insight into the complex array of market forces currently at play.

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05 Oct 2016

Crestone appoints Leigh Clifford as a non-executive director

Sydney—Leading wealth management firm Crestone, today announces the appointment of Leigh Clifford as a non-executive director of the board.

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12 Aug 2016

Australian dollar - which way from here?

Observations

In this article we look at why the Australian dollar has moved counter to expectations in recent months. We also examine the key drivers of the currency, and how we think they will influence it going forward.

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