Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) continued to post outstanding returns in the second quarter of 2017, with an average gain on the 33 companies which listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) of 11.4%, an impressive outperformance of the S&P/ASX 200, which fell 2.4% over the same period. Show More
IPOs of materials companies set an impressive pace in the first quarter of 2017, with 10 companies listing on the ASX from a total 26 floats, up from two in the same period last year... See full report Show More
2016 was a strong year for Australian companies floating on ASX. The number of IPOs rose to 96 (from 85 in 2015), implying an average of eight per month or two a week – certainly enough to keep the most active investors busy... Though the absolute number of new floats... Show More
So, how did 2016 go for new floats? Show More
Every time I read about Black Swan events I smile and remember a visit a few years ago to Meetung in Victoria’s Gippsland, where almost every bird on the lakes was a Black Swan. Thousands upon noisy thousands of them... Show More
The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) performed well in October 2016, delivering an average return of 36.8 per cent on the first day of listing and 29.2 per cent over the month, with the IT sector dominating floats in 2016, the OnMarket October IPO Report 2016 reveals. Show More
It’s a weird situation out there at the moment for individuals who invest in new sharemarket floats, with the floats themselves going very well but with the prospect of a change in ASX’s listing rules coming down the pipe that could make life harder for them. Show More
Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) significantly outperformed the broader share market in the third quarter of 2016, with the average gain on the 24 companies which listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 28.2%, an impressive outperformance over the S&P/ASX 200, which returned 3.9%, the OnMarket Third Quarter IPO... Show More
Australian initial public offerings significantly outperformed the broader sharemarket in the third quarter, with the IT sector dominating both in terms of the number of floats and returns. Show More
There’s a worrying new trend happening in superannuation that no one seems to have noticed: the amount of post tax money that Self Managed Super Fund savers have been putting away was approximately 10 per cent lower in the June quarter 2016 than it was in the same quarter last... Show More
Only because it's Friday... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UQ5mjFzHTA
Interesting follow up to BUY HOLD SELL re small caps: http://bit.ly/1TTDp0A
Excellent format, very informative & diverse fund managers on the panel - we enjoyed the session immensely & look forward to the next instalment...
Share the love we say;) It is an approach that does seem to be 'trending' and one that is welcomed by us... moreover this can be leveraged & improved upon through the ASX BookBuild Facility... www.onmarketbookbuilds.com
Afternoon James, many companies have told us they would be watching with great interest as to how the first transaction would go. Today was a fantastic endorsement of how the ASX BookBuild Facility works. WAM Capital, by using the facility, was able to access every eligible investor in the market and have their placement oversubscribed by 67%.