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Big versus Small Company Investing

Hugh Dive

Over the past twelve months small companies (as measured by the ASX’s Small Ordinaries) have returned 22%, outperforming large caps (ASX Top 100) by almost 10%. This has led to numerous articles in the financial press claiming that small is beautiful and that investors should look beyond large Australian companies... Show More

Australian Results Season: Resurrection or Crucifixion?

Marcus Padley

Here is the ASX 200 results calendar - the results season is still a couple of weeks away. As usual, it is a best endeavours calendar, some companies simply don’t set a reliable date. The big companies generally do. Show More

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See what The CEO's thought of the Domestic Economy, Chinese Manufacturing and Agriculture this week

NAOS Asset Management

“The Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane economies are performing very strongly, driven a lot on the back of the infrastructure spend and now the pickup in sentiment. The pipeline of infrastructure projects continues to build” Scott Charlton, CEO, Transurban Show More

What Mattered Today: Poor old Myer

James Gerrish

A very negative day really in terms of price action (not so much aggregate move) with the index up strongly early to make a new 5 year high before sellers dominated from 11.30am onwards following stronger than expected employment numbers. The unemployment rate was inline (5.4%) however participation was very... Show More

Thoughts on Myer and the wider market

Pat Barrett

At the Bank of America Merrill Lynch AREIT conference in Sydney, panels discussed how to keep the mall relevant, the strength of the Sydney commercial market, policy impacts upon the residential sector and capital flows. Meanwhile, Myer released their revised strategy, offering insights into the department store sector. The key... Show More