How low will the Australian dollar go?

In yesterday’s LIVE webinar, MB Fund’s Head of Investment, Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith and Tim Fuller walk through where the crashing Australian dollar is headed using a five drivers valuaton model:

  • Australia and Global Growth
  • Interest rate differentials;
  • Investor sentiment and technicals
  • The relative strength of the US dollar.
  • Investment Impacts
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Tim Fuller is Head of Operations at the Macrobusiness Fund, which is powered by Nucleus Wealth.


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Comments

  1. – I don’t see why the AUD should be the “whipping boy”. I know that the USD will go up against A LOT OF other currencies (EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, BRL, SEK, etc etc.) when (NOT if) the next deflation hits.

      • The Traveling Wilbur

        The last week of bonds activity has been epic. Been on it 100% since May. If global equity markets tank over 9% (and they’re already well on the way there) I’ll be buying another of your subscription thingies as a thank you.

    • Willy I would say because:
      – it is highly traded
      – and seen as a risk currency
      – and seen as a China proxy

      So it’s on the nose right now.

      Also our RBA is not yet at the negative bound of interest rates, unlike some of the other potential whipping boys out there. So further to fall.