Callum Newman is the editor of the Money Morning weekend edition and co-editor of Port Phillip Publishing’s subscribers-only eletter Scoops Lane.
Originally graduating with a degree in Communications, Callum decided financial markets were far more fascinating than anything Marshall McLuhan (the ‘medium is the message’) ever came up with.
Today Callum spends his day reading and researching why currencies, commodities and stocks move like they do. So far he’s discovered it’s often in a way you least expect.
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Official websites and financial eletters Callum writes for:
- Money Morning Australia
- Scoops Lane
(You can find a list of recent articles written by Callum at the bottom of this page.)
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Callum Newman Recent Articles
- Cash is King in this Market (5/18/2013) - Today’s Money Weekend will show you how editors Dr Alex Cowie and Kris Sayce see things across the market, and the strategy to use...
- Stock Yield Pigs Let Loose at the Trough (5/11/2013) - It seems clear that the RBA’s move will continue to drive Aussie investors from term deposits into dividend paying stocks in the hunt for a reasonable yield. A falling Aussie changes the valuation metrics for a lot of stocks. So today’s Money Weekend will leave the currency wars behind and focus on value.
- Look Out for the Chinese Consumer (5/4/2013) - We’re told that the Chinese economy needs to adjust from an investment-led, manufacturing and export economy to a consumer-based model. Everyone’s positioning for this pivot, whether they think China can or can’t pull it off.
- Why You Should Consider Going Global (4/27/2013) - In the context of the global currency war, Australia’s central bank doesn’t pack a lot of firepower. It’s the big boys who determine the currency cross rates.
- Velocity: The X Factor for Hard Asset Investors (4/20/2013) - At some point, velocity will rise again. The question is, can Ben Bernanke engineer it without losing control? Hard assets are your bet that he can’t.