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Firstlinks Interview Series 2013-2019

30 interviews from 2013 to 2019, from global experts such as Markowitz, Malkiel, Dimson and Merton, to local fund managers sharing the secrets and lessons for investment success in 2020.

Firstlinks, the 2018 highlights

Ten of the most popular and original articles first published in Cuffelinks in 2018 are included in this free ebook, 'Firstlinks, the highlights from 2018'. It's a chance to catch up if you missed them first time around.

Cuffelinks Special 250th Edition 2018

Special Edition 250 includes over 30 market experts sharing a mistake that made them better investors. Since Edition 1 of Cuffelinks, we have focussed on independent expert insights from high-profile finance professionals to deliver useful ideas to our community, now over 35,000 strong.

Cuffelinks Five Year Anniversary Edition 2017

Welcome to the Fifth Anniversary Edition 232 Chris Cuffe's best of the first five years Five years ago, Chris Cuffe and a few friends established a financial newsletter where market experts share their ideas with an online community.

Cuffelinks 200th Edition 2017

Welcome to Special Edition 200. To mark the 200th edition of our weekly newsletter, 37 of Australia's highest-profile investors and market experts have exclusively answered the question: “What investment insights would you give your 20-year-old self if you could go back in time?”.

Cuffelinks Showcase 2016

  • 1 December 2016

While many years pass without long-term historical significance, 2016 will always be remembered for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. We do not know the consequences for investment markets, but as with the experiment of Quantitative Easing and record low interest rates, they add to the complexity and uncertainty of investment decisions.

Cuffelinks Showcase 2015

Our team has scoured through the Cuffelinks archive of hundreds of articles published in 2015. What strikes me when I review the content is how well most articles have stood the test of time, and the wide range of subjects covered. The Australian Investors Association calls Cuffelinks, “Australia’s foremost independent financial newsletter for professionals and self-directed investors.”

Cuffelinks Showcase 2014

Welcome to our first ebook, the Cuffelinks Showcase 2014. It is exclusively available to subscribers and rather than pass it around, we ask that you subscribe friends and we will then send it to them. In this way, we continue to grow our community of around 10,000 subscribers.

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Who's next? Discounts on LICs force managers to pivot

The boards and managers of six high-profile LICs, frustrated by their shares trading at large discounts to asset value, have embarked on radical strategies to fix the problems. Will they work?

Four simple things to do right now

Markets have recovered in the last six months but most investors remain nervous about the economic outlook. Morningstar analysts provide four quick tips on how to navigate this uncertainty.

Welcome to Firstlinks Edition 374

Suddenly, it's the middle of September and we don't hear much about 'snap back' anymore. Now we have 'wind backs' and 'road maps'. Six months ago, I was flying back from Antarctica after two weeks aboard the ill-fated Greg Mortimer cruise ship, and then the world changed. So it's time to take your temperature again. Our survey checks your reaction to recent policies and your COVID-19 responses.

  • 9 September 2020

Reporting season winners and losers in listed property trusts

Many property trust results are better than expected, with the A-REIT sector on a dividend yield of 4.8%. But there's a wide variation by sector and the ability of tenants to pay the rent.

Have stock markets become a giant Ponzi scheme?

A global financial casino has been created where investors ignore realistic valuations in the low growth, high-risk environment. At some point, analysis of fundamental value will be rewarded.

How the age pension helps retirees cope with losses

It's often overlooked how wealthier couples can fall back on the age pension if a market loss hits their portfolio. The reassurance is never greater than in a financial (and now epidemic) crisis.

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