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Buy Banks & Sell Resources - has this call got legs?

James Gerrish

These markets are becoming extremely interesting as we start to see the “risk on theme” gather momentum at the expense of the more recent “safe haven” favourites e.g. last week we saw A2 Milk (A2M) +5.6% & Telstra (TLS) +5.8% while CSL Ltd (CSL) -2.5% & Cochlear (COH) -4.8%. Fridays... Show More

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Six reasons we like CSL

Pengana Capital

As with all of our investments we are looking for a company with a current sustainable after tax cash earnings yield of 6 – 8% p.a. with strong growth for the medium term. CSL sits at 6% and is growing at 10%+. Six reasons we like CSL Limited include the... Show More

Losing money overseas

Hugh Dive

In the travel sections of newspapers there frequently appear articles with titles such as Top 7 Overseas Travel Scams (and How to Avoid Them). However, Atlas see the biggest cause of Australians losing money overseas is not pickpockets, dodgy taxi drivers, or pre-damaged rental jet skis, but rather ill-conceived offshore... Show More

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10-baggers are everywhere (so are 100-baggers)

Weimin Xie

A 10-bagger is a stock that goes up 10-times in value. It is a concept made famous by Peter Lynch, the well-known fund manager from Fidelity. For most fund managers, picking a 10-bagger is often enough to make a career. I have some good news and some bad news for... Show More

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Why we see another 3-4% upside & where to invest now

James Gerrish

Last week was a fascinating one in equity land with MM again becoming bullish the local ASX200 targeting the 6200-6250 area, now only around 3% higher. It was refreshing to see local stocks, even in the face of the Hayne royal commission, sit in the winners cycle of global indices... Show More

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The bubble in quality

Jason Teh

It is hard to spot a market bubble in the making. As they inflate, market participants often rationalise their investment decisions as to why they are paying higher prices. It’s only after they burst that bubbles become clear. The most recent bubble bursting has been Bitcoin. Now we would contend... Show More

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3 Aussie stocks in our sights

Stuart Welch

I recently attended the Brambles investor day in London. Prior to the investor day I scheduled some healthcare related meetings throughout Europe, including attending the International Plasma Protein Congress in Budapest. The healthcare meetings were with various industry participants including the offshore operations of Australian listed healthcare companies, their... Show More

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The Rules of Investing: Peter Cooper’s next big idea

Livewire Exclusive

This week’s guest on the podcast is Peter Cooper, founder and Chief Investment Officer of Cooper Investors, one of Australia’s leading boutique investment firms. His success is probably best conveyed by the incredible performance of the CI Brunswick fund, which he manages personally. This fund has outperformed the ASX200 Accumulation... Show More

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The difference between bonds and shares in a severe correction

Elizabeth Moran

The endless days of a fantastic summer are disappearing as is the consistent, upward trend of higher share prices, with volatility returning to the market. The sharp but relatively small correction in equities early February was enough to make investors stop and reassess portfolio allocation strategies. There comes a point... Show More

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9 Champion Stocks

Peter Quinton

These 9 Champion Stocks all have a long-term positive thematic, which should drive superior earnings growth and shareholder value over the coming years, notwithstanding inevitable disruptions in the economic and investment environment as well as some corporate stumbles from time to time. Show More

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Buy Hold Sell: 5 high quality big caps

Buy Hold Sell

Good quality is obvious when you see it: Swiss watches… Italian shoes… Australian reality TV… However, the mark of quality usually comes with a price tag to match. It’s no different in the markets, and sometimes it’s too easy to ignore the metrics, and just follow the crowd to use... Show More

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Highs and Lows from Reporting Season

Hugh Dive

Last week saw the end of reporting season for 180 of the S&P/ASX200 companies and around 2,000 of the companies listed on the ASX. Over the past month, these companies revealed their profit results for the six months ending December 2017 and provided guidance as to how they expect their... Show More

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Don't buy value just for value's sake

Michael Wayne

To assist investors in navigating these increasingly uncertain times, we have tried to distill in this wire some of the key themes to emerge out of earnings season. We also nominate one of our top picks in the mid-cap education space with some of the key traits we believe investors... Show More

Two standout results from February

Johan Carlberg

At the large end of the market, CSL delivered a standout result during February reporting, and in the mid-cap space Seven Group produced a great result. Here we take a look at their results and highlight a key theme to emerge more broadly during February. Show More

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15 stocks to watch following reporting season

Alex Cowie

The chaos of reporting season makes a good case against markets being efficient. It will take weeks, if not months, to fully parse the recent data download of many hundreds of reports, and to also process views gleamed from the ensuing company roadshows. Reporting season can thus generate a long... Show More

FNArena Reporting Season Monitor: Week 2 - February 2018

Rudi Filapek-Vandyck

Welcome to the FNArena Reporting Season Monitor for the February result season 2018. The Monitor reports ratings and consensus price target changes, along with brief summaries of the collective responses, from FNArena database brokers for each of the 300+ stocks. Week 2 is now available below with 85 stocks now... Show More

The best investing strategy now normal volatility has resumed

Clime Asset Management

Volatility is the value investor’s best friend and weeks like last week are welcome opportunities, not reasons to panic. For so long quality companies with growth traded above the prices we wanted to pay but last week’s indiscriminate selling knocked their prices down to levels sufficiently below valuations for us... Show More

CSL: What the market missed

Livewire Exclusive

Through reporting season, Livewire's contributors are providing exclusive insights on February results for some popular stocks. In this wire, Scott Shuttleworth from Montgomery Investment Management looks at the CSL result, to pull out some key points and identify something the market is overlooking. Show More

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First Impressions from Reporting: IAG, DMP, CPU, CSL, WPL, DXS and GMG

Bell Potter

In this daily reporting season update, we provide first impressions on key takeouts from companies reporting today, including Insurance Australia Group (IAG), Domino’s Pizza Enterprises (DMP), Computershare (CPU), CSL (CSL), Woodside Petroleum (WPL), Dexus Property Group (DXS) and Goodman Group (GMG) with links through to more detailed reports. Show More

Make market corrections your ally

Roger Montgomery

Recent experience excepted, corrections are typically more frequent and regular than many would prefer, so investing should not occur without acceptance of this. That said, it’s important to prepare, first by making the right investments, and secondly by adopting the right temperament. Show More

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