Matt Felsman

At the start of last week clients picked up Australian Agricultural Company Limited (ASX:AAC), with the share price adding around 10% since - last at $1.88. The company released results showing net profit after tax at $67.8 million, increasing nearly seven times on the previous financial year, kilograms of beef... Show More

Matt Felsman

Chevron has had two assets in Nigeria attacked by militants in a week, the latest yesterday. Also on Friday, Exxon Mobil declared force majeure on exports of Nigeria's largest crude grade as production had been curtailed following damage to a pipeline by a drilling rig. Chevron isn’t the only major... Show More

Matt Felsman

A well-known trading adage that warns investors to sell their holdings in May to avoid a seasonal decline in equity markets. While March and April are normally positive months for Australian equities, May and June are the two worst months of the year, with an average fall of more than... Show More

Matt Felsman

Commodities, precious metals and natural resources have soared in the last few weeks. Oil’s resilience, a lower $USD and supportive economic data out of China are making headlines as the key catalysts for the moves, but what investors really need to take note of is a wave of trading on... Show More

Matt Felsman

Last week we saw a flood of Chinese data providing evidence that the world’s second-largest economy is stabilizing, with the improving economic data fueling a surge in raw material prices. In the last week the Shenzhen Composite registered a new Bull Market 20% signal, BHP put on 19%, Fortescue added... Show More

Matt Felsman

For the last few weeks we have been calling the recent market strength as nothing but a short term counter trend rally, forecasting a bearish longer-term road ahead. A great indicator that a short term high is approaching is the recent moves on the CBOE Equity Put/Call ratio. As shown... Show More

Matt Felsman

The U.S. S&P500 is up 9.7% in the 14 trading days since its February one year low, amazingly only 7% from all-time highs. Technically an 8% plus rally from a 1 year low is generally a bearish set-up and has been more likely to occur in an ongoing Bear Market... Show More

Matt Felsman

In the first week of January I spoke with Swiss financial television station Dukascopy TV about early 2016 volatility, how large market moves are shaping investor confidence for the year ahead, alternative ways to generate capital growth from financial markets this year and likely uncertainty within controlled markets such as... Show More

Hi Gareth, a pure trading opportunity. A considerable amount of the register is short and new all-time highs means every short seller will be losing money, underwater and under pressure to cover.

On Short-Squeeze Rally Set For JB Hi-Fi -

Cash earnings $6.498bn (consensus $6.428bn, so +1.1%), margins 2.22% (consensus 2.22%), revenue up 3.0%, costs down 3.3%, bad debt charge $1,197 (consensus $1,209), H2 dividend 91 cents (I had 87 cents). Deposit growth 12%, loan growth 10%. Core Equity Tier One +47bps to 8.5%. Australian business profit +11%, International & Institutional +15%, NZ profit +29%, Wealth +36%.\r So all looks pretty good, slightly ahead, dividend stronger, margins in line with expectations.\r Briefing 10am.

On ANZ FY Cash Profit A$6.498 Billion, Up 11%, Proposes a Final Dividend of A$0.91 a Share... -

o I think there is a good trading opportunity in BSL. Yesterday we saw Non-Executive Director at BlueScope John Bevan announce on market he picked up $50,000 worth of stock, Credit Suisse has an Outperform rating with a $6.40 price target and Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research released a note yesterday quoting 42% of their global Investment Banking Relationships rate BSL as a BUY. From to current levels to around $6.00 is a smooth 10% return, last trading at 5.40.

On Trade Today: BlueScope Steel Limited (ASX: BSL) The reaction to yesterday's profit outlook was overdone, expect a good trade as the share price recovers -

I think there is a good trading opportunity in BSL. Yesterday we saw Non-Executive Director at BlueScope John Bevan announce on market he picked up $50,000 worth of stock, Credit Suisse has an Outperform rating with a $6.40 price target and Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research released a note yesterday quoting 42% of their global Investment Banking Relationships rate BSL as a BUY. From to current levels to around $6.00 is a smooth 10% return, last trading at 5.40.

On Trade Today: BlueScope Steel Limited (ASX: BSL) The reaction to yesterday's profit outlook was overdone, expect a good trade as the share price recovers -

The languishing share price is surprising, Australian Agricultural Company has immense property assets and a world ranking as a well-managed agribusiness utilizing scientifically based best practice standards. As trade agreements with Asian countries Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and perhaps China are good news for Australia's agriculture sector and in particular for AAC, this is a good example of an event based catalyst for a technical trade. AAC was up 5% yesterday and is matching up 1% today.

On Buy: ASX:AAC - AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY LIMITED - on news of the Japan/Australia trade deal -

The result last week highlighted a strong performance from BKW's building products division which offset declines in its property and investment arms. I think the worst is behind BKW, significantly higher earnings are expected from the building products division in second half results and the company noted Overall, full year earnings will comfortably exceed the year earlier figures. Get long.

On BUY: Brickworks Limited (ASX: BKW) -

The major investment in Washington H. Soul Pattinson (ASX: SOL) provides non-cyclical diversification. This investment of 43% in Washington H. Soul Pattinson has provided a stabilizer to the often unpredictable Building Products Group. Therefore, as a diversified business, Brickworks is less exposed to market volatility, enabling long term strategic decisions to be made.

On BUY: Brickworks Limited (ASX: BKW) -

There are high barriers to entry in this space - specialist and emergency vet centres stand to benefit from the increasing technological advances that have occurred in veterinary medicine which require expensive specialised equipment and facilities....

On Greencross Limited (ASX:GXL) 26% in 4 days! -