National Conference 2019

Boom, Boom, Boom, .......

What does an economy without a major stimulus boom mean for investors and what will be the growth drivers or our economy going forward?

AIA National Investors Conference Papers - 28th July to 31st July 2019

This page contains an index for the papers presented to the AIA National Conference held at the Gold Coast in July 2019.

Where authors provided the AIA with copies of their papers, a link to the presentation is provided so you may download them if you wish. Links to the available presentation material are provided after the entry.

Note: All presentations have been converted to *.pdf format.

The lowdown on the global slowdown - Stephen Koukoulas, The Kook
Domestic economic update; Climbing the wall of worry - Craig James, CommSec
Ins and outs of reporting season - Rudi Filapek-Vandyck, FNAre
Bond portfolio construction for bulls and bears - David Moore, BGC Fixed Income
An Australian's guide to investing in US stocks - Matthew Jones, Capital 19
The outlook for office, retail and logistics property - Sean McMahon, Charter Hall
Asset Allocation in interesting times - Dr Doug Turek, Professional Wealth
Aged care costs and traps - Louise Biti, Aged Care Steps
The ups and downs of Aussie hybrids - Chris Joye, Coolabah Capital
The dream run is over. The benefits and risks of investing in Australia's banks - Michael O'Neill, Investors Mutual
The latest developments in the SMSF world - an update. - David Busoli, SMSF Alliance
Rethinking blue chip investing - not all blue chips are the same - Lawrence Lam, Lumenary
Unearthing China's megatrends - Catherine Yeung, Fidelity
A new tax environment - franking credits, capital gains & the effect on retirees - Max Newnham, TaxBiz
Is Australia about to run out of luck? - Gerard Minack, Independent Economist
Investing offshore in 2019 - Bill Pridham, Ellerston Capital