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Buy Hold Sell: 4 big industrials

Buy Hold Sell

The East Coast infrastructure boom is in full flow, with a big pipeline of projects scheduled for the coming years. This is having a flow on effect, and other areas of the market are benefiting directly and indirectly from the theme. The question now is whether it is all priced... Show More

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The cheapest stock in the ASX100

Philip King

Last week, I presented a stock idea at the Future Generation Investment Forum. Despite owning one of Australia’s most recognisable brands, this company trades on a PE ratio of around nine. Here, I outline why Qantas could be a high-flyer in the coming years. Show More

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Future Generation 2018: Stock idea snapshot

Alex Cowie

We heard from 11 of the market’s top fund managers yesterday at the Future Generation Investment Forum, with each offering at least one stock idea. If you missed it, we have summarised the key points from each presentation below and included the link to the recording. Show More

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Business Insights Across the Market

NAOS Asset Management

“The shipping industry, at some point down the track, will be required to address greenhouse gas emissions” Angela Gillham, CEO, Maritime Industry Australia Show More

What Mattered Today; The travel stocks take flight

James Gerrish

The ASX was strong in early trade today before some selling kicked in and we traded down ~20pts from the highs, however when considering that S&P Futures in the US were trading -0.32% during our afternoon, we fared well in a relative sense. A similar story played out yesterday, and... Show More

See what The CEO's thought of Crypto Currencies, US Tax Reform and Residential Housing this week

NAOS Asset Management

“In terms of crypto currencies generally, I can say, almost with certainty that they will come to a bad ending. When it happens, I don’t know” Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway Show More

Dogs of the ASX …. Woof Woof!

Hugh Dive

In this week’s piece written from snowy Norway, we are going to look at the “dogs” of the ASX, focusing on large capitalisation Australian companies with falling share prices. Additionally, we are going to sift through the trash of 2017 to try to discern any fallen angels with potential to... Show More

Is there more in store for investors in 2018?

BT Investment Management

BT Investment Management’s Crispin Murray, Vimal Gor, Peter Davidson and Ashley Pittard provide a summary of the key drivers of investment markets in 2017 and share their thoughts on the prospects for each asset class in 2018. Show More

A different way to profit from Telstra and Qantas

Elizabeth Moran

Qantas is this year’s ASX 50 top performer, while Telstra earns the wooden spoon. Many shareholders focus on the largest ASX companies, like Telstra and Qantas, and hold significant allocations to them. Similarly, bond investors just starting out, or whose specific goal is to preserve capital, have a preference for... Show More

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Where to find opportunities in large companies

Clime Asset Management

There is so much confusion about the stocks in the ASX’s large-caps index, the ASX 50. Some investors see them as ‘blue-chips’ by virtue of their size and longevity, and thus see them as long-term portfolio holds. Others think the ASX 50 is largely useless: a motley, concentrated index of... Show More

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The Global Mid - Small Cap Opportunity

Arik Star

Most Australian investors domestic equity exposure is diversified across large, mid and small cap companies. Mid/small cap companies like Qantas, Treasury Wines, Cochlear, Computershare and NextDC have been some of the best performers on the ASX in recent years benefitting the returns of domestic equity portfolios. However, to date, any... Show More

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15 wires that captured your attention

Alex Cowie

Livewire strives to give readers unparalleled access to expert investment ideas so that they can be more informed and achieve better investment outcomes. Here is a distillation of 15 such wires that really captured your attention this quarter. Show More

Wilson Asset Management weekly: Afterpay and Boral

Chris Stott

The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index closed up 0.4% for the week. On Tuesday, National Australia Bank’s (ASX: NAB) monthly survey found business conditions reached their highest level since 2008, with business sentiment improving across most industries in August. The Westpac Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment, released on Wednesday,... Show More

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Jetstar unequivocally validates Afterpay Touch

Dean Fergie

Wednesday's watershed announcement that budget airline Jetstar, wholly owned by the $10bn ASX listed Qantas, is partnering with Afterpay Touch (APT) to offer the Afterpay services to its customers, unequivocally validates Afterpay as a genuine player in the Australian payments space. Show More

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Qantas to lower the landing gear?

Michael Gable

It can be tough to invest in an airline. Australian airlines have to fight competition from overseas airlines (which are often owned by governments with deep pockets), fluctuating fuel prices and currencies, workers unions, and changing consumer demand. However, recent cost cutting and more attractive fuel prices, amongst other things,... Show More

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Here's what we learned from leading CEOs this week

NAOS Asset Management

"I'm a brand guy and Australia is an awesome brand. One of the biggest opportunities for innovation and brand-building in the future is food. And living in Australia, you are leading this opportunity more than anybody else. You're sitting on a gold mine” Hamdi Ulukaya, Global CEO, Chobani Yoghurt Show More

Buy Hold Sell: 5 Household stocks

Buy Hold Sell

In this week’s episode of Buy Hold Sell, Catherine Allfrey from Wavestone Capital and Chad Slater from Morphic Asset Management share their view on Flight Centre, Harvey Norman, Coca-Cola Amatil, Qantas, and Treasury Wine Estates. Show More

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Market Masters outperforming again: Livewire Live 2017

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

Qantas Full Year Result: QAN earnings boosted by strengthening of its domestic business

CommSec

 Qantas Airways’ (QAN) 8.5% slide in its annual underlying profit to $1.4bn was the flagship airline’s second biggest in its near 100-year history, was largely in-line with analyst expectations and slightly above guidance provided in early May. The result was boosted most by the strengthening of its domestic business... Show More

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What to do if your holding gets crushed this reporting season?

Livewire Exclusive

The first week of reporting season has already thrown up a few grenades with Isentia and Navitas both missing expectations. In this short video the panel discuss sectors and stocks that they like and how they handle a holding that gets crushed after missing investor expectations. Show More