Real estate has proved to be one of the most resilient and best risk adjusted performing investment classes in Australia since the early 1900’s. Managing Director, Richard Germain, explores the strong underlying trends making retail property in particular an attractive investment.
We are pleased to present our financial results for the six months to 30 June 2021.
The spread between yields for sub-regional retail shopping centres and the 10-year bond yield is at or close to multi-decade highs.
Managing Director and Fund Portfolio Manager, Richard Germain, explains why we believe current yields reflect dislocation in pricing and why now may be the time to buy retail.
Investing in private credit is far more about avoiding the losers than picking the winners, and to do this we follow some simple but important principles.
Australasia's premier international art fair Sydney Contemporary announces new Principal Partner MA Financial Group
We are very excited to be Principal Partner of the 2021 Sydney Contemporary art fair, being held at Carriageworks from 9 to 12 September.
The last few weeks are testament to the wild swings investors can experience when both emotion and crowd behaviour take control. Managing Director, John Garrett, explains short selling’s dangerous quirk along with the time-tested way of delivering attractive returns.
We take great pride in sharing an exciting new chapter – our official launch as MA Financial Group.
UNSW graduate, Jalee Chen describes her journey as a student, Summer Analyst Intern to Graduate at MA Financial Group
Managing Director, John Garrett, explores the beauty of stock markets and the importance of the right perspective, a few home truths, a grasp of history and an ability to filter out the noise.
The strength of the Australian industrial and logistics real estate sector can be attributed to a range of positive underlying trends including higher occupier demand, domestic supply imbalances, high barriers to entry and a rise in e-commerce.
The (Chinese) new year of the Ox has begun, and the zodiac predicts positive events to take place. To date we’ve seen the year of the Ox twice before – in 1997 and in 2009 – where the China A-share market performed strongly. Will 2021’s year of the Ox see another solid performance?