John specialises in writing about financial markets, specifically business strategy, investing, portfolio management, behavioural finance and macroeconomics.
He has written articles for Livewire and has had articles published on ValueWalk and Abnormal Returns.
John is an equities specialist and has over 18 years’ experience in the financial markets across property investment sales, equity research, sales trading, and risk arbitrage, long/short and special situations.
John was previously the Head of Hedge Fund Sales at UBS Investment Bank and Head of Sales Trading at UBS.
John has a Bachelor of Business in Property/Valuation and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is also an Accredited Level 1 and Level 2 Derivatives Advisor on the Australian Stock Exchange.
John is an Adjunct Professor at IE Business School in Madrid.
Equity market volatility can scare investors out at exactly the wrong time.
In his new video our equities specialist John Garrett offers his perspective on how inflation, interest rates and supply chain issues are affecting markets – and why despite all of this, his investment philosophy remains the same.
Over the last 100 years the Australian and US stock markets have delivered a return close to 10% p.a – higher than any other asset class. Unfortunately, these annual returns don't come in a smooth fashion.
Volatility – like we’re seeing in the markets now – can scare investors out at exactly the wrong time.
After three decades of hibernation, it appears the inflation genie may be out of the bottle. So how can investors build a robust portfolio to help withstand its impact? Managing Director, John Garrett, explains.
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.
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.
Plenty of ink gets spent by strategists and economists opining on the latest political developments and implications for markets. So, does investment success require a crystal ball on politics?
The search for enhanced returns in a low rate environment can be a fruitful exercise, but it is not without danger. Managing Director, John Garrett, explains how investors can mitigate risk.
“Bad companies are destroyed by crises, good companies survive them, great companies are improved by them.” When it comes to investing in a crisis, how do you identify the great companies that will capitalise, adapt to change and emerge stronger?
The events of 2020 have reiterated just how hard it is to forecast markets. When it comes to building a robust portfolio, regardless of market conditions, we seek to answer just one key question.