RBA to Stay at 2.00%

RBA to Stay at 2.00%

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) makes its first interest rate decision of the year, and we believe the RBA will keep the cash rate at 2.00%. It appears that interest rate cuts from the RBA are finally starting to take effect on the wider economy. This

Oil, Cheaper than KFC?

Oil, Cheaper than KFC?

While investor sentiment appears to remain fragile, it seems as though the worst of the market sell-off may now be behind us. Oil has bounced off recent lows, however it still trades at US$33 a barrel, well down from its 2014 peak of U$115 and in today’s

M2 Muscles Ahead on Merger +32%

M2 Muscles Ahead on Merger +32%

Fonterra cut its forecast milk pay-out to NZ farmers yesterday and M2 Group (MTU.AX) shares continued to rally as shareholders voted in favour of its proposed merger.

RBNZ On Hold. More Cuts to Come?

RBNZ On Hold. More Cuts to Come?

This morning the RBNZ left interest rates on hold, however Governor Wheeler was more downbeat than at last year’s meeting. This saw the NZ dollar fall across the board and is currently trading at $0.64 against the US dollar.

FOMC & RBNZ Preview: Use the force, Janet!

FOMC & RBNZ Preview: Use the force, Janet!

The US Federal Reserve (Fed) began its first two day policy meeting for 2016 yesterday. ATM will be watching for any signs of cautiousness expressed by the Fed as a result of recent market volatility. We believe that the Federal Reserve will try to calm m

Stocks Surge - What you should do

Stocks Surge - What you should do

Equity markets moved sharply higher on Friday, with global stocks surging the most in 3½ years as a number of central banks hinted at expanding stimulus measures. We are not surprised by the moves, as we have stated on several occasions we believe the mar

A Fine Vintage - TWE.AX Up over 15% today!

A Fine Vintage - TWE.AX Up over 15% today!

Treasury Wine Estates released its earnings update yesterday with its first half earnings materially beating market expectations. The company expects earnings in the six months to December to be between $140 million and $150 million, above market expectat

Stay the Course - Buffet Sees Value

Stay the Course - Buffet Sees Value

Legendary long term value investor, Warren Buffet announced he is increasing his holding in a big oil company. Investors should Listen. This follows another drop in crude oil, which has now hit $29 a barrel (-5.7% on Friday) as sanctions on Iran were lift

Strong Australian Employment - Come On Mate

Strong Australian Employment - Come On Mate

We continue to believe investor sentiment is overly negative, and urge our members not to panic in the current market volatility.

Storm in a Tea Cup ? - What you need to know

Storm in a Tea Cup ? - What you need to know

Storm in a Tea Cup ? - What you need to know