Investments

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 27 March 2018 Key points Australian growth is likely to be weak over the next year or so and this will prompt further monetary easing and fiscal stimulus. However, several positives suggest recession is unlikely: the current account deficit has collapsed; the $A helps stabilise... Read more

  Edney Ryan Wealth Management has been named Hillross Advisory Firm of the Year for 2018. This national award recognises the firm which has demonstrated the highest standards of professionalism, operational excellence, superior client service, advice delivery and implementation. Independent client research through the Beddoes Institute was instrumental in deciding the award winner, as was a demonstrated commitment to excellence in... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital,  04 June 2019 In Shane Oliver’s latest article he looks at the RBA cut to rates to a new record low – Why? Will it work? How low will rates go? What does it mean for investors? Key points: The RBA’s latest rate cut is aimed... Read more

The Rules to Investing During Times of Uncertainty

Written by Kate O'Brien, Managing Director - Edney Ryan Wealth Management

In a recent edition of Oliver’s Insights, Dr Shane Oliver outlined his top tips for investing during times of uncertainty. Given the rough and tumble of today’s economic climate, we thought it was worth taking a look at these tips to see how they affect our own Wealth Management clients. 1. Use the Power of Compound Interest Consider this: One... Read more

Changes to Residential Investment Property Deductions

Written by Matthew Stewart, Director - Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants

As we reach the end of another financial year, there are a number of legislative changes worth recalling which took effect from 1 July 2017. Here we highlight the changes to residential investment property deductions, which will be relevant for many of our clients. Changes to Residential Rental Property Travel Expenses Under legislation that took effect 1 July 2017, travel... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital,  27 March 2018 Key points Worries about the Fed, trade wars (the risk of which has been significantly exaggerated) and President Trump generally have increased the risk around the global outlook but are unlikely to drive a major bear market. The key issue is whether the... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 9 February 2018 Key points The current pullback in shares has been triggered by worries around US inflation, the Fed and rising bond yields but made worse by an unwinding of bets that volatility would continue to fall. We may have seen the worst, but it’s too early... Read more

Kate O’Brien Wins Hillross Adviser of the Year 2017

Written by Stephen Ryan, Managing Director - Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants

I am delighted to announce that Kate O’Brien has been named Hillross Adviser of the Year for 2017. This national award recognises the adviser who has demonstrated the highest  level of professionalism and excellence through client service, advice delivery and implementation. Importantly, client advocacy, undertaken by the Beddoes Institute’s Client Experience Survey was an important part of the judging process, and we thank our... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 1 February 2018 Key points Rising global growth and rising commodity prices indicate the risks to inflation are gradually moving to the upside. This is most acute in the US with the Fed likely to raise rates more than the market expects this year. This supports... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 14 December 2017 Key points The Fed has raised interest rates for the fifth time since first raising rates this cycle two years ago, taking the Fed Funds rate from a range of 1.0-1.25% to 1.25-1.5%. This reflects the ongoing strength of the US economy. Given ongoing low wages... Read more