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 Review, The Australian and the ABC. Click any of the links below to read or watch the team's investing insights.
Duncan Hughes wrote an article in the Australian Financial Review that discusses mortgage rate cuts and mentions Stuart’s view on the risks to the financial system.
In this article published in The Australian, Roger discusses the soaring household debt and the issues this may cause. There is always one theme common to the vast number of crises the world has experienced; excessive debt accumulation.
In this article published in the Herald Sun, Andrew discusses the weakness in the US dollar and strength in the Aussie dollar. What could possibly be pushing the greenback down and the Aussie up?
In this article for Cuffelinks Roger discusses if value investing is relegated to history as an anachronism from a simpler and more innocent time.
Vesna Poljak wrote an article for the Australian Financial Review where she discusses Andrew’s view on the current market volatility and what could happen if we see a surprise upside in the US inflation data.
In this article published in The Australian, Roger discusses the recent volatility and the advantage of holding cash as if provides flexibility to take advantage of lower prices.
In this article published in the Herald Sun, Roger discusses if the bond and equity market bubble is growing louder.
Sally Patten wrote an article in the Australia Financial Review that discusses five things SMSF investors need to watch out for in the correction. Sally mentions Roger’s views on what to watch out for.
In this article published in Money Magazine, Roger discusses retailer’s future and the importance of looking at its development to date to understand its future.
In this article published in the Herald Sun, Roger discusses department stores, it appears sales aren’t going to turn around soon. Is Myer cheap trading at just 66 cents, or do investors need to be cautious?