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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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Commodities, State of the Union ballast volatile markets, tale of three themes

President Biden delivered his annual State of the Union address during the session, with strong commentary around Ukraine and targeted investment into domestic manufacturing capacity supporting US futures and ultimately pushing the S&P/ASX200 up another 0.3 per cent. Despite the positive day, seven of the 11 major sectors were down with cyclical companies in the property and the…

Drew Meredith | 3rd Mar 2022 | More
Tech powers market higher, quality in focus, Zip raises $148 million

The Australian share market continued the post-invasion recovery, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining 0.7 per cent to begin the month of March; this comes after finishing February just 1.1 per cent higher. The technology sector was the biggest contributor with Block (ASX: SQ2) gaining 12.7 per cent, sending the sector 5.7 per cent higher despite a 6 per cent fall in…

Drew Meredith | 2nd Mar 2022 | More
ASX grinds out another gain, materials surge on supply uncertainty, Zip buys Sezzle

Rumours that Russia and Ukraine were being encouraged to come to the table for peace discussions supported the market on Monday, with the S&P/ASX200 gaining 0.7 per cent. Mining, materials and energy remain the biggest contributors as the conflict raises questions around supply chains, with the former adding 3.0 per cent and the latter 1.4 per cent….

Drew Meredith | 1st Mar 2022 | More
Market steadies as tech surges, Harvey Norman, Kogan report

The Australian sharemarket followed a strong global lead, finishing 0.1 per cent higher taking the weekly loss to just 4.3 per cent despite the war in Ukraine. On Friday, it was the technology sector that outperformed, gaining over 8 per cent, almost entirely due to a 32 per cent surge in Afterpay’s new owner Block (ASX: SQ2) which was a…

Drew Meredith | 28th Feb 2022 | More
Market falls as Russia enters arm conflict with Ukraine, Cimic surges, Appen tanks

Global sharemarkets were shaken by the inevitable news that Russia had finally attacked various targets in Ukraine, all but declaring war on the nation. Whilst the implications are likely to be localised, the impact on the oil price and its role within the global economy will be felt far and wide. In a positive for…

Drew Meredith | 25th Feb 2022 | More
  • Strong reports overcome Russia concerns, IT, comms send market higher, Woolies cuts dividend

    The Australian market overcame increasingly weak global sentiment to post a gain of 0.6 per cent on Wednesday. Whilst the events in Ukraine and associated impacts on the price of energy remain a major concern, another bumper day for reporting season pushed the market higher, with the technology and communication sectors faring best. WiseTech (ASX: WTC)…

    Drew Meredith | 24th Feb 2022 | More
    ASX falls as Russia enters Ukraine, Cochlear, Hub 24 jump on upgrades

    The unexpected run of earnings and profit surprises in 2021 wasn’t enough to offset geopolitical concerns from Russia, sending the S&P/ASX200 down 1 per cent on Tuesday. The losses remain focused around the higher valued IT and discretionary sectors, which were down 3.2 and 2.7 per cent respectively. Energy has been the biggest beneficiary given Russia’s key…

    Drew Meredith | 23rd Feb 2022 | More
    US-Russia talks soothe market, Cannon-Brookes in AGL bid, Tyro tanks

    The Australian sharemarket looked to be succumbing to overseas weakness on Monday, falling as far as 0.7 per cent before rebounding in the afternoon, to gain 0.2 per cent for the session. On what was a massive day for reporting season all eyes were on Russia, with the US and Russia agreeing to talks in part…

    Drew Meredith | 22nd Feb 2022 | More
    Three-week high for Aussie market, enjoy it while you can

    Surges from CSL and BHP powered the Australian sharemarket to a three-week high on Thursday – but the market is likely to struggle today following overnight falls in the US. Australia’s benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index gained 11.3 points, or 0.2%, to 7296.2, its highest level since January 20. The healthcare sector led the rise, up just under 3%, led by CSL, which saw…

    Drew Meredith | 18th Feb 2022 | More
    Earnings help push local market higher

    Healthy earnings results from the likes of CSL, Treasury Wine Estates and Pro Medicus helped to push the Australian sharemarket higher on Wednesday, offsetting losses from the major resource stocks as iron ore and oil prices fell. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index gained 78 points, or 1.1%, to 7284.9, following a strong lead from Wall Street on Tuesday night,…

    Drew Meredith | 17th Feb 2022 | More
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