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F Palmer & ME Palmer
Trading as Joseph Palmer & Sons
AFS Licence 247067 · ABN 29 548 490 818

Investing with Safe Hands since 1872

INVESTMENT MANAGERS · STOCKBROKERS · FINANCIAL ADVISERS

We invite you to explore our suite of differentiated investment services. One of our main differences is that we have been investing for clients for over 148 years. The family that started the business in 1872 is still very ‘hands on’.

Our focus is on client benefits.

While we have a range of services, we think you will find great interest in:

  • Our unique approach to Investment Management, performed for both private investors and superannuation investors, whether with small funds or large.
  • Our Investment Administration service, which, by eliminating drudgery, gives valuable time back to the clients who use it.
  • Our Aged Care service which provides financial advice and guidance for transitioning family members to aged care.
  • We also still run one of the most efficient Stockbroking services in the country.

While you are here, take a look at our Services page and contact us for any personal assistance you might need. You’ll be glad you did.

Business Continuity – Coronavirus pandemic

Joseph Palmer & Sons will remain open for business as normal. Should our office in Hunter Street Sydney need to be temporarily closed staff will still be contactable, and all have remote access to their respective tasks, whether it be trading, banking or administration. We encourage you to use email to communicate with your usual Joseph Palmer contact – Click here to view JPS contacts.


Your Crucial 'One Per Centers'

26 May 2020

Every investor hopes - expects, indeed - to see their portfolio gain acceptable percentage improvements over the investment cycle.

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.