Markets have continued to rally and the US S&P index has just turned positive for 2020 by 0.05%. This is due to the backdrop of a much smaller unemployment number than what was anticipated printing at just under 14% as opposed to the expected 19% figure in the US as initially touted when the ... Read more
Dear Clients and Friends,
Hope everyone is keeping safe and well as restrictions start to ease up and head towards the ‘ new normality’. We expect it will be quite some time (towards the end of this year or early 2021) before things are back to what we called ‘normal’ pre covid-19. This includes travel, especially overseas, and entertainment such as concerts and very large sporting events. This represents an era of ‘forced savings’ given the restrictions on large discretionary spend. I have done a brief market update for your reading.
We all have behavioral habits — actions that we take every day. Whether it’s brushing your teeth, drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning or a mid-afternoon sweet snack, your daily actions can contribute to your overall health and well being. A habit can be broken down into three ... Read more
With the social and financial impacts of the COVID 19 outbreak being felt throughout the Australian community, a lot of questions are being asked what will be the effects on the residential property market. With headlines forecasting property prices could fall by 50%, it was interesting to read ... Read more