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Drew Meredith

Publishing Editor

Drew is Contributing Publisher of the Inside Investor and the Inside Adviser. Drew is an experienced financial adviser, as well as a regular contributor to the Unconventional Wisdom Journal, Money magazine, the Australian Financial Review and various other trade publications. Where Drew's comments constitute advice, it is general advice only (AFSL383169). They have not considered the readers personal or individual circumstances. Readers should seek professional advice before acting on any comments.

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RBA ‘losing patience’, market pulls back from all-time high, iron ore surge

Tuesday was a similarly strong day for the Australian market, with the S&P/ASX200 moving within 1 per cent of an all-time high; despite the incredibly difficult geopolitical backdrop. That was until the Reserve Bank of Australia delivered its latest board meeting result and associated explanation. Whilst rates remained on hold at 0.1 per cent, analysts…

Drew Meredith | 6th Apr 2022 | More
Fund manager merger, commodity rally stokes market, China turning the corner

April has begun just as March finished, with the domestic market rallying on what was generally stock-specific news. The S&P/ASX200 gained 0.3 per cent despite a broad spread of performances, with six sectors higher led by utilities, up 1.1 per cent, whilst tech and materials also rallied 1 per cent; Fortescue (ASX: FMG) was a…

Drew Meredith | 5th Apr 2022 | More
ASX gains for third week, energy weakens, BHP, lithium stocks drive market

The Australian market continues to defy weakening market sentiment, falling less than 0.1 per cent on Friday with the S&P/ASX200 ultimately gaining 1.2 per cent and delivering a third straight week of gains. On Friday, energy and materials came roaring back with BHP (ASX: BHP) the primary contributor, but broad-based gains in lithium stocks also…

Drew Meredith | 4th Apr 2022 | More
ASX falls to finish the quarter, Tabcorp demerger steps up, surge in job vacancies

The Australian market managed to finish the quarter 0.7 per cent high in price terms, but down just over 1 per cent on an accumulation basis. This was despite the market finishing near its lows on Thursday, down 0.2 per cent. The only positive contributions came from the rare earth and commodities sector with materials…

Drew Meredith | 1st Apr 2022 | More
ASX closes on breakeven, Telstra CEO steps down, lithium, technology surge

In what can only be described as a remarkable turnaround, the domestic sharemarket is closing in on breakeven for 2022, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining another 0.7 per cent on Wednesday. A positive lead from the US and signs of a ceasefire in Ukraine saw every sector barring energy and materials rally, with technology the standout,…

Drew Meredith | 31st Mar 2022 | More
  • Public markets sketchy on private valuations

    Venture capital and private equity have produced the most popular source of new IPOs in recent years, but public market investors are rejecting the valuations they’ve set. Venture capital has been one of the most popular and profitable sectors in which to operate and invest in the last few years. Traditionally the domain of the…

    Drew Meredith | 30th Mar 2022 | More
    Market flat despite negative news, bond yields spike, Star CEO steps down

    There was little in the way of positive news on Monday, with the market ultimately capitulated to a lack of direction, gaining just six points to start the week. Just four of the 11 sectors finished higher but among them were the markets two biggest, being materials and financials, which gained 1.3 and 0.6 per…

    Drew Meredith | 29th Mar 2022 | More
    ASX hits two month high, Premier disappoints, healthcare under pressure

    The Australian market remains resilient to the threat of higher energy prices with the S&P/ASX200 gaining another 0.3 per cent to finish the week. The result was driven by a rally in the energy, materials and utilities sectors, which gained 0.9, 1.3 and 1 per cent respectively. Investors are clearly flocking to perceived inflation hedges…

    Drew Meredith | 28th Mar 2022 | More
    Crown not fit but retains license, ASX higher on utilities, ANZ’s digital dollar

    The local market managed to eke out another small gain on Thursday finishing 0.1 per cent higher powered by the utilities sector which gained 2.6 per cent. The sector is benefitting from growing demand for energy and improving gas prices with Origin (ASX: ORG) a major contributor gaining 3.0 per cent. The energy sector also…

    Drew Meredith | 25th Mar 2022 | More
    Market rally extends, Block hits record, Uniti bidding war

     The run of positive days continues to defy expert predictions of market chaos as bond yields increase, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining another 0.5 per cent despite another bump in the 10-year government bond yield. The technology sector tracked the gains of the Nasdaq adding 3.5 per cent as sector leader Block (ASX: SQ2) jumped 7.5…

    Drew Meredith | 24th Mar 2022 | More
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