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James Dunn

Contributing Editor

James is Contributing Editor of the Inside Investor and Inside Adviser. James is a regular host of The Inside Network’s unique events and was founding editor of Shares magazine overseeing one of the most successful magazine launches in Australia. He has also written for BRW, Personal Investor, The Age and Management Today, and was subsequently personal investment editor at The Australian and editor of financial website, investorweb.com.au.

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Aussie market catches mining fever

The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index rose 86.5 points, or 1.3 per cent, on Tuesday to 6,806.4 points, while the broader All Ordinaries gauge added 81.4 points, or 1.2 per cent, to 7,030. Nine of the ASX’s 11 sectors gained ground, with real estate and healthcare the only ones to retreat. The mining sector was the…

James Dunn | 21st Sep 2022 | More
‘Genuine heretics’: how ‘safety first’ pays off for Ruffer

All fund managers like to talk about protecting capital. At Ruffer Investment Management, it is a more embedded philosophy than most. The firm was founded by Jonathan Ruffer on the principle that “investors like making money, but they hate losing money more.” Ruffer is built to preserve capital for the long-term:  centred on “absolute-return investing with a…

James Dunn | 6th May 2022 | More
Riding for charity with Invesco

Like everyone, Eben Bowditch, head of sales at Invesco Australia, was trying to navigate the abnormal and difficult times of the COVID-19 pandemic and wondering about the wellbeing of others. Was everyone feeling as disconnected as he was? Bowditch started to think about a way of creating stronger links among the financial services community. Other…

James Dunn | 5th Oct 2020 | More
Playing Tesla’s battery day via ETFs

One of the great investment success stories of the last 25 years has been the exchange-traded fund (ETF), which got under way in the early 1990s as a vehicle offering access in one listed stock, to the entire stock market through tracking an index. Gone were the worries of paying “active” management fees and failing…

James Dunn | 30th Sep 2020 | More
Lendi Listing Looks for Loan Liftoff

Another fintech is heading for the ASX screens, with online mortgage provider Lendi poised to push “go” on an initial public offering (IPO) that could see it list at a market capitalisation of between $500 million–$550 million. Lendi specialises in the home loan market: its software platform matches borrowers with more than 35 lenders. The…

James Dunn | 28th Sep 2020 | More
  • Device Stars Part 3

    4DMedical (4DX, $1.58)Market capitalisation: $418 millionThree-year total return: n/aAnalysts’ consensus target price: $1.70 (Thomson Reuters) Imaging company 4DMedical (4DX) surged on to the ASX screens in its August float, at a 100% “pop.” Issued in the prospectus at 73 cents, the shares opened for trade on August 7 at $1.47, and reached $1.70 in August…

    James Dunn | 21st Sep 2020 | More
    Backing Buffett’s Big Japan Bet

    It seems as if Japan does not get a lot of respect from external investors, for good reasons. The Nikkei index appears to disprove the theory that the sharemarket delivers superior long-term investment returns, being at the same level now that it was back in 1991. Almost 31 years on from its record high, the…

    James Dunn | 21st Sep 2020 | More
    Semi-Loved and Semi-Understood – but Semiconductors Rule

    Semiconductors would have to be one of the most pervasive and critical pieces of technology in our daily lives – but they are usually not thought about very much. They certainly don’t seem to get the investment love like they should, or get talked about as much as, say, the FAANG stocks or electric vehicle…

    James Dunn | 31st Aug 2020 | More
    Get to know Troy Armstrong from Koda Capital

    Troy is a Partner and Adviser at Koda Capital. Troy is a FASEA-compliant financial adviser holding a Bachelor of Commerce and SMSF Specialist Advisor designation. He became a member of the Inside Network and an inaugural member of the Advisory Committee; seeking to learn from his peers and share his own wisdom from many years in the industry.

    James Dunn | 19th Aug 2020 | More
    REA versus Domain

    It’s hardly a fair comparison, is it? To put REA Group alongside Domain Holdings?

    James Dunn | 11th Aug 2020 | More
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