Macquarie: Market psychology in action

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

Overcoming emotional investing...

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

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A crucial piece in stock evaluation...

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

A brief look at the Balance Sheet

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

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Cash flow – A critical measure

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

Price to Earnings Growth (PEG) Ratio

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

Five traps in using the Dividend Yield

Karl Siegling

In this 12-part Cadence Investing Series, we discuss several aspects of the investment process and how it actually works in practice. Topics covered include market psychology and fundamental analysis, and aim to provide the reader with a first-hand view of how financial theory stacks up in real world situations. Show More

Macquarie Group (MQG) breaks $100

Karl Siegling

Back in November 2012, we told shareholders at our AGM that we had started scaling into MQG at $24 after it hit a low around $17. The audience started laughing! Last week we held our 2017 AGM and the share price was nudging $100. Today MQG finally broke through $100. Show More

Winners If The Australian Dollar Falls

Karl Siegling

Currency and interest rates are currently playing a large role in the world economy, which should be no surprise because we are covering new ground in terms of record low rates and subsequent currency fluctuations. At present, 40 per cent of the developed world’s interest rates are negative. Show More

My views on MQG, MLB, AIO and HGG

Karl Siegling

Here are my views on Cadence Capital's current top portfolio positions: Macquarie (ASX:MQG), Melbourne IT (ASX:MLB), Asciano (ASX:AIO) and Henderson Group (ASX:HGG), extracted from our latest quarterly webcast. Watch the video on our website: http://cadencecapital.com.au/karl-siegling-discusses-top-portfolio-positions-mqg-mlb-aio-hgg/ Show More

Rio Tinto & Woodside Petroleum: Has the trend changed?

Karl Siegling

Following my article titled “Commodities: Has the trend changed?”, Cadence portfolio manager Chris Garrard looks in detail at two of our current commodity positions – a short position in Rio Tinto (RIO) and a short position in Woodside Petroleum (WPL). Read the article here: http://cadencecapital.com.au/rio-tinto-woodside-petroleum-trend-changed/ Show More

Commodities: Has the trend changed?

Karl Siegling

Predicting turning points in any stock is very difficult, but it's particularly difficult in resources stocks. However, once a trend has been established it tends to last for a considerable period of time. This is particularly true for cyclical stocks and industries. Read about how we deal with this set... Show More

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