Alan Kohler, publisher of The Constant Investor, recently interviewed Rob Shand, CEO of Blue Sky Alternative Investments. The interview focuses on a number of questions raised by a report published by Glaucus Research Group about the operations of Blue Sky Funds. Show More
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In a recent interview, Platinum Asset Management CIO, Andrew Clifford, delivered some important insights on Chinese market opportunities. We have pulled out five key takeouts for you below. Show More
Since 2002, Washington H. Soul Pattinson has delivered total shareholder return of ~490%. That’s more than double the All Ords Accumulation Index and this year marks the 17th straight year of increased dividends. The firm is known for taking a truly long-term view and making counter-cyclical investments. Show More
UBS recently stripped down a Chevy Bolt, the 'first real mass-segment EV', to answer key questions about the EV segment’s future, and resulting implications across the supply chain, including some notably bullish calls on key raw commodities. Show More
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Peter O’Connor, Senior Resource Analyst from Shaw & Partners joined James Gerrish, Market Matters / Shaw and Partners, recently to cover a number of topics including his target for BHP: which is the most bullish on the street. Read on for a transcript of his case for the Big Australian... Show More
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Metrics Credit Partners has announced confirmed demand of over $400 million for the initial public offering (IPO) of the MCP Master Income Trust (ASX: MXT), making it one of the largest listed managed investment raising in Australia to date. This webinar provides an overview of the offer and investment process. Show More
With reporting season dominating in recent weeks, here are four small cap ideas you may have missed. They include two small medtech stocks from Simon Shields and Harley Grosser, and two junior resources plays from Paragon and Foster Stockbroking. Click below for four fresh ideas. A microcap medtech stock about... Show More
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Data#3 reports today, and has seen growing interest from our contributors in recent months. While the company has seen a few cycles, it has evolved significantly in recent years, with Wilson AM, Novaport and Tamim all now taking a positive view. Show More
When it re-listed in July 2014 Healthscope was the largest IPO to hit the ASX in four years. Having spent time held by private equity, the $3.6 billion float was priced on a 22x PE. It's been a bumpy ride, but opinions on the outlook are divided ahead of today's... Show More
Smallcap, auto-parts retailer, Bapcor, has been range-bound for most of the last twelve months, but there are some thoughts that today’s result could trigger the next leg up. Here are four views from Livewire contributors, all of them positive. Show More
Richard Coppleson recently highlighted the slow-burn effect that profit upgrades and downgrades can have on stock prices for weeks after the news. So we surveyed Livewire users for the most notable results so far this season, a few of which have slipped under the radar... #1) Telstra The much anticipated... Show More
Midcap miner, Mineral Resources, has been on a run in recent months and is spiking again following strong results last week. Livewire contributors highlighted the stock several times ahead of this move. In this wire, we review what they were saying, and see what the results suggest for the path... Show More
Thanks for the feedback Andrew. That transcription error has been rectified.
Roger Montgomery on FAO: China growth heading to 5%.
Interesting stock Peter - thanks for wiring. What are coking coal prices doing at the moment, and what do you anticipate?
Michael, interesting call on this one. Would be good to get your thoughts on whether a competing bid is likely to come from Myer?
Technology businesses are limited to a certain extent by the size of the Australian population. For technology to get real traction and subsequent investment there need to be more examples of Australian technology businesses making a global impression. Freelancer is an example of a business breaking some ground on this front.
I think it is the start but it is going to be a long slow process. Reaction on the market suggests businesses, investors and consumers are welcoming the removal of intervention.
Link to a video review on the result and also an overview of the banking sector http://youtu.be/piEO0Es52VE
positive sentiment starting to flow through to some of the junior resources plays. See John Robertson's posts on SDL and ORE. Bullish signals along with BHP forecasts today