The Montgomery team are regularly called upon to write and comment for major newspapers and websites, news channels and radio stations, including the Australian Financial ReviewThe Australian and the ABC. Click any of the links below to read or watch the team's investing insights.

03 Aug 2016

Savers forced to chase riskier investments

The Reserve Bank's move to a new historic low for interest rates seems to have left no one happy. Roger Montgomery speaks to Ticky.

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28 Jul 2016

More is less when liquid assets struggle on low rates

In this column published in the Herald Sun, Andrew discusses whether or not low rates will impact the earnings of businesses. 

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28 Jul 2016

Are bonds failing us as a warning signal?

In this article, Roger shares his concerns, advising that the current main attraction of equities is driven by low bond yields due to central bank intervention, and it is not a reliable signal. 

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23 Jul 2016

CARSALES, A DISRUPTER, FACES THREAT FROM A NEW MODEL

In this column, Roger comments on the state of flux in the automotive industry. Despite total new vehicle sales exceeding population growth even amid a weakening Australian dollar, there is very little that is stable about the car industry.

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21 Jul 2016

Live on switzer Tv

Montgomery Investment Management's Roger Montgomery joins Switzer TV to discuss the three stocks he likes right now.

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20 Jul 2016

GOVERNMENT BONDS

Traditionally, a rising stock market means an improving economy, while a rally in Government bonds means a worsening one.
Which one to believe, and why? Fund Manager Roger Montgomery speaks with Ticky.

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14 Jul 2016

INVESTORS DESERT LOW-RETURN BONDS FOR BLUE-CHIP SHARES

In this column published in the Herald Sun, Roger discusses returns on five-year government bonds. 

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11 Jul 2016

PROPERTY CAN ONLY PRODUCE MODEST RETURNS

In this column, Roger discusses whether the good times are over for property as mortgage interest rates in Australia have declined from more than 18 per cent in the late 1980s to just on 4 per cent today 

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22 Jun 2016

Cash is king when the market holds the aces

In this article, Roger debates the pros and cons of holding cash.

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16 Jun 2016

Circuit board designer rides big tech wave

In this article Roger discusses Altium, a high quality software provider with a demonstrated ability to grow its market share.

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