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Palmer Investment Management

Two main choices have always faced traditional investors: either manage your investment portfolio yourself, or outsource to a fund manager in the form of a ‘managed investment portfolio’ or ‘mutual fund’

If you are the first type of investor, you need the sophisticated skills of the investment professional together with the considerable amount of time needed to grow, manage and administer your portfolio. In addition, you need forensic research to guide your decision-making. For most, these self-imposed tasks carry risks and pitfalls and are expensive.

If you are the second type of investor, you face the reality that fund managers generally ‘bundle’ your dollars with those of many others, as you are buying ‘units’ in a trust fund rather than having direct ownership of the underlying securities. This can be expensive due to the high (and often hidden) costs resulting from a multi-layered structure.

In short, bundling ignores your personal preferences and circumstances and you become one of ‘the trivial many’ instead of ‘the critical few’.

Therefore, we are pleased to offer you both our Palmer Managed Discretionary Account and Palmer Separately Managed Account.

For more detail on these products, please click on the links above or view our video.


Why Joseph Palmer & Sons?


Whether we are managing your personally tailored portfolio or if you are using one of our core portfolios, you will have peace-of-mind knowing that the day-to-day decisions regarding your investments are in the ‘safe hands’ of the experienced team at Joseph Palmer & Sons.

For more information on the Palmer Discretionary Account, or on any of our other investment services, please call us on (02) 8224 3324. Even better, come in for a chat over a cup of coffee if you have the time. We would be very pleased to meet you.

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Investment & Economic Review April 2020

3 Apr 2020

Firstly, and most importantly, the wellbeing of all is foremost in our minds and we sincerely hope for a quick resolution to the awful crisis that is engulfing the world, and a reversion to normality without too much more hardship or suffering.

Stock markets are always the first and most obvious financial indicator when things go awry.   When uncertainty leads to pessimism, (and ultimately fear), market pricing dislocates, as it has in the last month.  This dislocation is amplified by the very mechanics of markets, where computer systems, short selling and algorithms drive volatility indiscriminately.  This period of significant volatility should be relatively short lived, but significant uncertainties remain, such that we expect further bouts of sharp price movements in the coming months.

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TRUST – best tested in times of stress

2 Apr 2020

You can’t buy it by the metre or rent it by the week.

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Malcolm Palmer

Malcolm Palmer

Managing Partner - Sydney Office

Allan Furlong

Allan Furlong

Manager Investment Advisory Services - Sydney Office

Rodney Horin

Rodney Horin

Director - Melbourne Office

Alex Moffatt

Alex Moffatt

Director - Melbourne Office