Most read on AXIS 2023
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1. Bears and Butterflies: Two ways to trade a falling market
There are a thousand ways to skin a cat and there are a similar number of ways to use options to gain a directional exposure to equity markets.
2. Keep an eye on real interest rates in portfolio construction
The timing of any reduction in official interest rates could be a key concern for equity investors in the months ahead.
3. SMSF funds look to financial advisers to navigate market turbulence
A new analysis of SMSF clients reveals the areas where they most need professional support.
4. Little relief in sight for Australian bank shares
The big four banks delivered solid first-half results but headwinds have dimmed the sector outlook. What does it mean for shareholders?
5. An underutilised tool in income investing – ASX Options
Savvy advisers and investors are tapping the local ASX options market for a supplementary source of income in addition to dividends and fixed income.
6. Buy, sell or hold? Australia's biggest stocks under the microscope
The prospects for Australia's most commonly held shares are a major consideration as investors position their portfolios for 2024.
7. Fixed interest resurgence fuels ETF innovation, inflows
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) with a focus on fixed interest were among those that benefited most from renewed appetite for fixed interest over the past 6 months as investors looked to build allocations to an asset class that suffered an atypical decline in 2022.
8. Intergenerational wealth transfer set to accelerate
The unprecedented transfer of wealth from Baby Boomers to other generations has picked up pace and provides a challenge and opportunities for advisers.
9. How to build a truly global portfolio with ETFs
The large number of Exchange Traded Funds dedicated to international shares belies the home bias that can potentially dominate the portfolios of Australians.
10. New option strategies for global investors
As market volatility increases, so too is options trading over international ETFs.