Robert Penaloza

With the Socceroos carrying the hopes of a nation into the tournament, the Australian equities team at Aberdeen Standard Investments has selected its own dream team of locally listed stocks. Just like Australia’s coach, Bert van Marwijk, the investment team sought to combine skills and strength in its final XI... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

A panel of Australia's Market Masters have shared their top stock ideas at Livewire Live each year since inception. On average, the stocks have beaten the market by at least 25% each time. Just over a month since Livewire Live 2017, and this year’s stocks are already ahead by 3.1%.... Show More

Marcus Padley

You may have noticed the rather pitiful performance of some of the infrastructure and utility stocks over the last 2-3 months. The utility sector is down 7.8% in three months, an underperformance of 12.4% relative to the All Ords index. This table shows the stocks we hold in the SMA... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

This time last year at Livewire Live 2015 three veterans of the Australian equity market shared their best stock ideas for the year ahead, the results did not disappoint. Ideas were contributed by Geoff Wilson (ASX:ECX), Anton Tagliaferro (ASX:SDF) and Ben Griffiths (ASX:AIA) with the average return... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

Last week, Livewire Markets, in conjunction with Bell Direct and ASX, presented the second Livewire Live investor conference to a sold-out crowd of 250 investors at the ASX in Sydney. The event provided investors with a unique opportunity to hear how 14 of Australia’s most respected investors have been making... Show More

Sam Ferraro

For risk averse stock investors, I continue to prefer listed infrastructure stocks that offer earnings certainty and positive surprises to dividends, despite stretched valuations. Other stocks that rank strongly based on Evidente’s systematic model of earnings certainty include: Amcor, Auckland International Airport, Ramsay Healthcare, Brambles, Coca-Cola Amatil and ASX. Show More

Eley Griffiths Group

AIA’s key asset is the Auckland International Airport. Over 70 per cent of visitors enter or leave New Zealand via Auckland Airport, which handles over 15 million passengers a year. Unlike Sydney Airport which leases the concession/land from the government, AIA owns the Auckland Airport and the land surrounding it.... Show More