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Marcus Padley is the author of the daily stock market newsletter Marcus Today.

The 'new normal': nothing to see here

The 'new normal': nothing to see here

We have had a correction in a bull market rather than a long-term peak.

  • by Marcus Padley

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It's time for a new corporate customer-focused culture

It's time for a new corporate customer-focused culture

The Hayne commission has provided a moment for the creation of a new corporate customer focused culture

  • by Marcus Padley
What we are buying now that the market has turned

What we are buying now that the market has turned

This is the story of why we outperformed, why we underperformed and what we are buying now that the market has turned.

  • by Marcus Padley
It's time we asked whether we really need to borrow

It's time we asked whether we really need to borrow

The debt culture of the 1980s has never really gone away but maybe it should.

  • by Marcus Padley
Market slump an opportunity because 'there's nothing terribly wrong'
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Market slump an opportunity because 'there's nothing terribly wrong'

The recent 13.2 per cent fall in the ASX 200 has caused us all to do some hard thinking.

  • by Marcus Padley
RCR Tomlinson's collapse has lessons for retail investors

RCR Tomlinson's collapse has lessons for retail investors

If fund managers can dump tens of millions of dollars into a company three months before it goes bust, what chance has the private investor?

  • by Marcus Padley
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'Lazy' advisers push Australians to invest overseas
Opinion

'Lazy' advisers push Australians to invest overseas

Buying overseas assets is not a necessity for Australian investors, it's just another opportunity among many.

  • by Marcus Padley
The signs are gathering for a Wall Street crash

The signs are gathering for a Wall Street crash

Those who declare a bear market are reckless to do so, but they could be right.

  • by Marcus Padley
Why pessimists don't make money
Opinion

Why pessimists don't make money

Making holier-than-thou declarations about a peak that has not arrived is not clever, it is blinkered.

  • by Marcus Padley
Imagine a world where debt doesn't exist

Imagine a world where debt doesn't exist

Financial carelessness is directly proportional to the availability of debt, so of course we have a problem.

  • by Marcus Padley
The next sharemarket crash is coming. Here's what to do about it
Opinion

The next sharemarket crash is coming. Here's what to do about it

A classic weakness of the average investor is complacency.

  • by Marcus Padley