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As Managing Director of Burrell Stockbroking & Superannuation since 1997, I know a thing or two about managing a successful business and more importantly, a successful investment portfolio. 


As an expert in equities and wealth management, I work closely with high net worth individuals, not-for-profit organisations and other investment organisations who want peace of mind and attractive returns, without taking unnecessary risks.


My monthly blog is my interpretation of the key issues and themes currently in the domestic and global marketplaces and overlay contemporary examples from my own life experiences and adventures. I hope you enjoy my blog!

The Market has Bottomed

September 2012 Finally... Some Good News... The announcement last night that the European Central Bank has reached agreement on an unlimited bond ...
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China, Europe & the RBA

August 2012 China “The market sentiment for commodities is too pessimistic relative to the true demand from China, meaning prices should hold at c...
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The effects of June upon Australian market

July 2012 The continuing European sovereign debt crisis saw the Australian stock market trade below 4100 for most of June, still down around 10% fr...
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Chinese downturn & European sovereign debt crisis

June 2012 The conclusion to this month’s blog is that the Australian stockmarket has priced in an overly negative view of a Chinese downturn and th...
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The Federal budget & other recent events

May 2012 In this blog, your diarist shares some observations from recent events and meetings. Oakeshott Questions PM Deal The above heading in th...
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WHEN will Australia stop underperforming?

April 2012 The US  Dow Jones at 13200 is within 7% of its all time high, following ongoing US economic recovery (refer previous Blog). Just as the U...
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Outlook for 2012

This blog considers the 2012 Outlook by reference to the below summary of positive and negative factors: + Positives US economy to avoid recess...
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Stocks best start since 94 on US rebound

Equities around the world are off to the best start in 18 years, handing investors January's best returns, as US economic growth shows signs of accele...
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2012 and Europe in review

2012 and Europe in review The past month has seen a modest flow of better overseas news. USA economic data has continued to be better than expectatio...
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Q400 Event & European Debt Crisis

Last Friday evening was the annual Q400 function recognizing 400 of Queensland’s leading private companies.  Burrell Stockbroking Superannuation was a...
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Avoiding the bear trap

Sentiment, preconceptions and bear traps: Burrell Stockbroking & Superannuation's Chris Burrell offers a survival guide to the stock market Foll...
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