13 April 2017
Global Matters: The emerging middle class and its implications for global investment
In our September 2016 Global Matters ‘Young tiger stalks ageing dragon’ we compared and contrasted India and China in terms of their economic and social development.
31 January 2017
Global Matters: An All Black performance... just not in rugby!
4D Infrastructure’s Greg Goodsell (Global Equity Strategist) and Mark Jones (Senior Investment Analyst) compare and contrast NZ’s economic fortunes over the past decade with that of cross-ditch rival,
19 January 2017
4D rated 'Favourable' by SQM
SQM Research (SQM) has rated the 4D Global Infrastructure Fund (the Fund), which was launched in March 2016, as ‘Favourable’.
10 November 2016
Global infrastructure a $US60 trillion opportunity for investors
“Listed infrastructure offers real potential for investors looking for long-term, defensive investments with an attractive yield,” says Greg Goodsell of 4D Infrastructure.
2 November 2016
Global Matters: Inside the tiger's den
In this paper Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4D Infrastructure, ventures a little further into the tiger’s den to identify some of the incredible opportunities… and daunting challenges… fa
5 September 2016
Global Matters: Young tiger stalks ageing dragon
Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4D Infrastructure, examines the current position and prospects of these two mighty nations.
1 September 2016
Slumbering tiger wakes
While uncertainty surrounding China’s economic growth prospects have been a major contributor to recent market volatility, investors also need to keep their eyes on the longer term and identify perman
30 August 2016
Why invest in global listed infrastructure?
4D Infrastructure’s Sarah Shaw and Greg Goodsell discuss the characteristics of global infrastructure, the increasing global need for investment in the sector, and the exciting opportunities this pres
29 June 2016
Global Matters: Australia's decade of fiscal deficits: There is a better way!
Over the past decade Australia has been let down by its federally elected politicians in the administration of fiscal policy.