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Marcus Strategy podcast supports the Marcus Strategy section, which is the heart and soul of the Marcus Today newsletter. This is where Marcus Padley shares his thoughts about the current state of the market, the threats, and opportunities.Marcus also includes an educational element to his section, explaining jargon, indicators, fundamentals, charts, other resources.To access the complete Marcus Strategy content, sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter on marcustoday.com.au.
 
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No need to be buying into the current trend. Happy to be cashed up in the RBP and cashed up a bit in the FUFU and DAF portfolios. We've cleared out the IDEAS PORTFOLIO except for a holding in DMP. Sitting back waiting for the market to decide if Omicron is a problem or a hiccup. Today we look at the winners and losers if Omicron's going to stay aro…
 
All's well in the iron ore trades as the iron ore price pops again helped by Macquarie research. All the signs from the US to NZ suggest interest rates are going up. Another bit of property sector research says house prices are about to peak. The Aussie dollar is falling. Holidays are getting cheaper in Europe. May have made a mistake in gold. Why …
 
Quite a bit going on today - We have sold a Forever stock, bought two trades and added a couple of stocks to the WATCHLIST. Lots of strategy themes and a bit of portfolio news. We also compare Australia's ASX 200 to the S&P 500 and make some interesting observations. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent re…
 
Powell back in with a mandate to contain inflation. Rates rise, the US dollar rises and Gold and Technology stocks fall. Hopes for Chinese policy easing boosts iron ore stocks. We may have timed the bottom on that after all. Gold on the nose as inflation war begins. The CBA are telling us mortgage rates are going up and the housing market will peak…
 
Lots of news - AGM season in full flight as well as a few results around. The CBA fell 8% on its update yesterday. We look at what to do now. The Macquarie share purchase plan is coming up - we talk about that as well. Then there's the MIN AGM, the SHL AGM, the EVN acquisition (its up 8%), the SEK AGM, and a bunch of others. We also look at XRO pos…
 
Routine day. CBA disappoints - like WBC. NIM down and losing home loan market share, presumably to Macquarie. No change to strategy. US$ pops giving resources a dull day. Good for international stocks but not commodity prices. Biden-Xi chat lands well. We've added a new stock to the IDEAS PORTFOLIO. Have also published a WATCHLIST which might inter…
 
Not much going on today. We look at money printing. Wonder when "The Big One" is coming. Two new ideas today and the first incarnation of the IDEAS PORTFOLIO. Telstra's Investor Day doesn't disturb. Resources and Gold turn up on the Technical buy signals list. DAF (Dividends and Franking) Portfolio on its way this week. Why not sign up for a free t…
 
Today I launch the new FUFU portfolio. Find out which stocks meet our "Forever" criteria and which don't. We also have a good look at the US CPI number and wonder if it will be the catalyst for a correction. There is a new IDEA OF THE DAY and we look at the Australian jobs number which is weaker than expected and has dropped the market this morning…
 
Day two of the MARCUS SPI section. We did the RBP (really boring portfolio) yesterday and have turned our attention to the FUFU portfolio today. It will be published soon. In the meantime, we have the first FUFU stock for you and a couple of early ideas in the IDEAS section. Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and indepe…
 
Today we introduce the new MARCUS SPI section, your go to spot for Strategy Portfolios and Ideas. Today we do a strategy roundup and tackle the REALLY BORING PORTFOLIO (RBP) which involves restructuring the existing ETF portfolio into a long-term market matching portfolio with a strategy overlay. We have moved all the fun ETFs into Henry’s charge, …
 
Today we look at the FOMC who have delivered a taper without a tantrum. The central banks have done a good job this week diffusing a bond yield blip and announcing the taper, the timing of which most strategists have spent the last year speculating about. It’s done. DMP dropped 17% this morning after the AGM yesterday. Or is there something else go…
 
Why not sign up for a free trial? Get access to expert insights and independent research and become a better investor. Feeling brave enough to call the end of the bond market panic after the RBA meeting yesterday. All the headlines they needed to put out they put out. Interest rates are not going up in the short term. Bond Yields are going down aga…
 
Today we have a look at the interest rate scare last Friday and wonder whether it will continue this week. RBA meeting today of course with the FOMC on Thursday morning our time. We also look at the bank sector after the disappointing Westpac results yesterday. We talk about Marketech, an independent trading platform with integrity that we have par…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. Crown M&A possible. Brokers like RWC. Short seller targets VUL. WOW sales numbers disappoint - their most challenging quarter ever and is a pandemic beneficiaries it’s not a good reopening trade. Broke…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. I will be launching the new MARCUS SPI section on November 9. We preview that along with the Maverick Portfolio (MP Portfolio). A good spot for all ideas, quality, irresponsible or otherwise. Today we …
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. The quiet bull market continues. Travel falling. Bitcoin rising. PPT, ORA, S32 and AMP in the news. BlueScope Steel has an upgrade. Today we talk about timing the iron ore stocks. There is an obvious o…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. US market ramping up on good results. The September sell-off looks like a buying opportunity as the long-term trend resumes. Seems the FOMC message about tapering and higher interest rates has got thro…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. All a bit quiet. BHP production numbers not well received. A lot of iron ore stocks with buy signals at the moment. Coal price looks like it’s topping out. Goldman Sachs says the housing market is topp…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. Lots of interesting little things going on today. Two major messages include the link between BHP in Evergrande which could help us time the bottom on iron ore stocks in particular. The dogs are barkin…
 
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If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. Bond yields rising and Dow Futures falling. Evergrande situation quietly bubbles in the background. Iron ore bouncing but brokers are not convinced. Westpac with a $1.3bn provision but the market not f…
 
The ASX 200 closed down 20 points to 7300 (0.3%) on a decent bounce from lows. 10-Year yields pushing higher again hurting tech stocks and yield sensitive REITs but helping banks. Miners did well on iron ore and record coal prices in China on flooding and mine closures. BHP rose 0.9%, RIO up 1.9% and FMG up 5.3%, the coal stocks in demand, YAL up 1…
 
US markets didn’t know what to make of the jobs numbers on Friday night, which missed expectations badly although Covid restrictions distorted the seasonal element of the read. We’re set for a slightly softer start this morning according to Saturday morning SPI Futures. Get in the know with Henry’s morning update. ASX SPI 200 Futures down 4 US Mark…
 
The ASX 200 up 63 points to 7320 (0.9%) rallying hard into the weekend on better news from China, higher commodity prices, US debt ceiling news and a breakout of optimism ahead of the US jobs data. Resource stocks leading the charge higher as punters focused on BHP’s oil and coal exposure sending the stock up 3.0%. FMG rose 2.4% as China returned f…
 
The Dow booked a third winning session in a row overnight, amid progress on the US debt ceiling negotiations. Catch up on all the action with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX SPI Futures up 33. US markets put in a solid gain, DOW up 1%. Tech rally continues. China back on stream today. Oil prices pick back up. RBA Financial Stability report at 11.30…
 
The ASX 200 kicks 50 points higher to 7258 (0.7%) in tentative trade. A bounce in banks continues with the Big Bank Basket up to $185.22 up 0.6 %. MQG also doing well up 1.7% and MFG down 1.3% as brokers pronounce judgement on FUM losses. Industrials firmed across the board, WOW up 1.5%, WES rising 0.5% on aggressive moves on API up 1.7%. Healthcar…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. Today we look at the reduced market risk after the debt ceiling deal overnight. We also look at the energy prices which have topped out dramatically as Russia offers to open up the LNG gas pipeline. If…
 
This week on the desk, the boys take up the personas of a long-term and medium-term investor to find out the differences in tactics, interests, personality traits, and lifestyle for each of the approaches. Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.…
 
The Dow staged a 560 point turnaround last night, whilst coal was smashed 20%. These are strange times and you need Henry's Breakfast Briefing... the calm in the storm. ASX SPI 200 up 33 points to 7210 after a volatile night in US. Early US losses but late rally as debt ceiling pushed back. Energy prices ease. Russia to rescue Europe. Volatility to…
 
The ASX closes down 42 points to 7207 (0.6%) after a solid start gave way to banking and interest rate jitters. Whether it was APRA moves on local lending on the RBNZ decision to jack up rates, the market turned from solid but uninspiring to just uninspiring. 10-year yields leapt to 1.59%. Banks led the down turn with the Big Bank Basket falling ba…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. The market doesn’t quite know what to do today. Still in the short-term downtrend. Still holding the long-term uptrend. A few brokers downgrading the CBA, it is the obvious time of year ahead of the ot…
 
Down one day, up the next... the wild ride on equity markets continues. Overnight US markets posted solid gains, seeing SPI Futures up 36-points. Catch up on all the action with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 set for a rebound. Tech and energy the focus. SPI up 36 points. US Tech rebounds despite yields pushing to 1.53% Oil continues its run. …
 
The ASX fell and gathered itself post the RBA announcement with the index closing down 30 points at 7248 (0.4%). Seems the RBA is not for turning and that helped sentiment. Losses across the board but manageable. Banks weakened with the exception of CBA which rose 0.3% after its Buy back result last week. The Big Bank Basket steady at $169.92. MFG …
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations The strategy piece today looks at all the excuses for the market falling over but there is only one reason. We are in the middle of a slow controlled correction rather than a panicky collapse and the ho…
 
The rollercoaster ride continued overnight with US markets weaker. The Nasdaq was the worst, down more than 2% as tech stocks tank: Facebook in focus, down 5% on an outage and whistleblower issues. ASX SPI Futures down 68 points. RBA Meeting today. US tech stocks under pressure as Facebook falls on outages. Energy stocks in focus as Brent Crude hit…
 
ASX SPI up 52 points. US Markets rally hard. US Bond yields ease back to 1.46%. Commodities slightly better. Energy in focus. Coal prices hot record. RBA Meeting tomorrow. NSW Public holiday today. Volumes may be lighter. Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today…
 
The ASX 200 back down by 147 points to 7186 (2.0%) as enthusiasm reverses. Down 2.1% for the week. US Politics taking centre stage and the debt roof in play. Banks under serious pressure as moves to rein in extreme house price rises weighs. The Big Bank Basket down 3.3% to $180.20. CBA the worst of the big four as most exposed to the housing sector…
 
The ASX 200 rose 136 points to close at 7332 (1.6%) on a killer combo of lower bond yields, higher iron ore prices, quarter end buying and US futures heading higher. The banks led the charge higher with the Big Bank Basket rising 2.1% to $186.31. MQG up 2.3% and insurers also catching the green blast, QBE up 2.0% and MPL up 2.0%. Big miners were ba…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. Interest rates drop and the market pops. We look at why the Aussie dollar is going down. The risk in uranium plays. A big stock that might finally be bottoming after two years. A company that is likely…
 
Catch up on all the overnight action and get the vital leads you need to set up your trading day. ASX 200 set for a slight rebound with SPI up 23. US markets volatile with late sell off pushing Nasdaq down 34 points. Volatility in US 10 years as debt ceiling stalemate continues. Commodity prices slip. Crude prices drop around 0.6%. Win up to $3000 …
 
The ASX 200 fell hard again today though rallying into the match out falling 79 to 7197 (1.1%) with the banks seeing declines on news that authorities may clamp down on risky lending practices. So glad we had that RC. The Big Bank Basket fell to $182.42 (1%) with CBA off 1.3% and MQG falling 1.7%. MFG continued to fall down 2.2% and PNI also in the…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. The markets are coming off the top. Today we look at all the excuses although the real reason for the sell-off is not to be found in the macro factors. It is a moment of uncertainty. If you are a bit l…
 
Catch up on all the overnight action and get the vital leads you need to set up your trading day. US markets took a dive overnight as bond yields crunched growth stocks. SPI Futures are pointing to an 80+ point fall on the open. Will the market bring up the ton like it did yesterday? Get up to speed with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX 200 set for …
 
The ASX 200 fell hard today down 109 points to 7276 (1.5%). Broad based losses with only energy stocks really bucking the trend. The Banks succumbed to pressure eventually and 10-year yields rose again to 1.46%. The Big Bank Basket fell modestly to $184.42 (0.45%) cushioned to some extent by the bond yields. Other financials in the doghouse with AS…
 
If you liked this podcast please Sign up for a free trial of the Marcus Today newsletter to get full access to daily stock tips and recommendations. The recent rise in bond yields post FOMC is denting the equity market. Despite that here are a couple of sectors seeing some action as obvious picks for the "Reopening trade". The iron ore price is bot…
 
US markets were mixed again overnight and SPI Futures are pointing to a weaker start. It's not all bad news, however, with iron ore up more than 7%. Catch up on all the action with Henry's Breakfast Briefing. ASX set to open lower SPI down 42. US markets mixed as 10-year yields rise. Dow up 71 Nasdaq down 78. Iron ore rises 8%. Oil and energy in fo…
 
The ASX kicked off the week and run into month end in style, up 42 points to 7384 (0.57%) although well off intra day highs. Lacklustre volumes but good support for banks. The Big Bank Basket rose 2% to $185.40. Other financials also moved modestly higher, with MQG up 1.2% and SUN up 0.6%. Miners too, took a positive step this week as iron ore pric…
 
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