The Australian market is small relative to the US which has a population more than 14 times that of Australia. This is important when you consider the original business model of a robo-advisor to work out if it would work in Australia. 879 more words
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A Decision Breakdown Structure (DBS) is the decomposition of any strategy or design challenge into a hierarchy of decisions (questions that demand answers). First time “framers” of a DBS often have difficulty in understanding that they have to use the decision pattern in a “rolling-wave” manner. 497 more words
This blog is from the February issue of Portfolio Perspectives.
The international stock markets have underperformed U.S. stock markets for three straight years.1 China came out of the gate in 2016 like a lead balloon, causing other markets in Asia to decline as well. 789 more words
To state the obvious, we’re in a period of high daily volatility in the trading of stocks around the world. What I find particularly striking is that we’ve had two days recently–January 20th and yesterday–where stocks in the US made dramatic intraday shifts in direction. 502 more words