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Who We Are

The Investing Times is a leading investment publication in its 46th year of production. At its core, it advocates stable, conservative-minded and sensible investing by helping readers gauge whether a market is at a cyclical high or not.

It is therefore seen as an indispensable guide and makes the perfect companion for anyone that wants accountability around their investment portfolio. 

Five Facts About Investing Times

  1. The Investing Times has been running for 46 years and counting
  2. Produces approximately 80,000-120,000 words of analytical investment research each year 
  3. Approximately 89% of our subscribers have been with us for over 5 years
  4. Approximately 65% of our subscribers have been with us for over 10 years
  5. 11% of our subscribers are doctors

What do we do

Readers choose between a hard-copy or soft-copy subscription (or both), which gets delivered seamlessly based on their instruction when they sign-up.

Published twice per quarter (approximately every six weeks) the Investing Times focuses on:

  • Cyclical and structural developments – including strategies and opportunities that offer probabilistic outcomes.
  • Market indicator analysis – including the Zone System© which is our exclusive share-market barometer and a historically powerful metric to help readers decide on the allocation between cash and shares
  • Share-market analysis and screening based on 17 factors including dividend sustainability/strength, value and growth.

Our Unique History

The story of the Investing Times dates back to foundations established by Austin Donnelly in 1971. Austin was recognised as one of Australia’s most prominent financial commentators for much of the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s and was one of few investors to pick major market crashes with consistency (including infamously in 1987). His legacy remains as a voice for sensible investing and as an advocate for small investors. These days, the Investing Times continues to exhibit the same core values that Austin advocated.