With the Australian share market falling 40% from peak to trough, it has paid for investors to be defensive. Which companies have the cash flow - or can rely on the stimulus - to withstand the next 6 months? Which companies could be in a better position if their competitors don’t make it through?

Head of Australian Equities Growth, Dushko Bajic, looks at the economy, earnings and valuations, delving into:

  • Managing volatility, how we are positioning portfolios for the lockdown - and our positioning for a return to business as usual.
  • Why “stocks that run their own race” are set to excel domestic cyclicals and value-driven peers. 
  • Stimulus, the state of spending and whether we could emerge from the crisis in an inflationary or deflationary environment.


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