The all-weather sector – Healthcare

There is no denying it; markets are volatile. And notwithstanding the recent return to favour in shares, it would take a brave investor to suggest that the uncertainty is behind us, and it will be smooth sailing from here on in. When asked by investors which is the best sector to ride out volatility, it […]

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Recent Australian Financial Review (AFR) article

Why healthcare is a winner in good times and bad

In this AFR article, Lincoln Indicators Executive Director, Elio D’Amato explores the healthcare sector; a sector that many investors might not consider. It possesses many defensive qualities, plus the bonus of strong underlying growth via global reach and innovation. However, risks still remain that an investor must consider. Click here to read full article. Please […]

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Seizing a quality opportunity

The current shift of the market towards Value Investing has been well documented. With falling global macro indicators and geopolitical concerns on the rise, the market’s appetite for high growth / high PE stories has diminished. This void has been replaced with the perceived safety of cheap stocks, the idea being if the market does […]

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Infographic: How to invest in the market – Managed Fund or DIY?

Our handy reference guide will help you understand what investment approach will suit you best. Feel free to contact us for a no obligation discussion, or find out more about Lincoln Managed Investments or Stock Doctor today.

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Recent Australian Financial Review (AFR) article

Why value investing is not going to make you money

In this AFR article, Lincoln Indicators’ Executive Director, Elio D’Amato explores how investors could build the conviction to seize a quality opportunity in the face of a negative cycle. He shares some tips for those looking to make the most of a momentary shift in sentiment away from quality investing. Click here to read full […]

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Will Banks dividends survive the neobank revolution?

There is something brewing in the banking landscape that has been rumbling for some time, but only now has it caught the attention of many trying to understand the impact of it all on the traditional four pillar model. Open banking, which commenced its phased release from July 2019, was borne from the implementation of […]

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