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Listed Managed Investments: Quarterly Review

Peter Rae

In its latest Quarterly LMI Market Review, Independent Investment Research (IIR) provides detailed coverage of 47 listed investment companies, listed investment trusts and active ETFs including commentary, investment views and ratings. We have coverage across a number of sectors and investing strategies and provide insight into performance, discounts and premiums... Show More

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The Rules of Investing: Geoff Wilson and his love affair with LICs

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New LIC floats have become a regular feature on the ASX over the last few years, but it's not always been that way. Wilson Asset Management listed its first LIC in 1999, so Geoff Wilson's seen all this before. In today's podcast, we have an in depth chat with Geoff... Show More

Key stocks and ideas from the WAM presentation

Patrick Poke

Wilson Asset Management held their shareholder presentation in Sydney today. Chris Stott, Catriona Burns, and Matt Haupt all took the stage this morning to share their view on the markets, their top themes, and a few stock ideas. Here are the highlights. Show More

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Wilson Asset Management Shareholder Presentation - May 2018

Wilson Asset Management

We're pleased to bring you the Wilson Asset Management shareholder presentation live from Sydney. A live stream of the presentation will commence at 10:00am on Tuesday, 15 May. Members of the Wilson Asset Management investment team will provide an overview of the Australian and global equity markets, highlight interesting investment... Show More

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12-month LIC returns remain positive despite falls in March quarter

Peter Rae

In its latest Monthly LMI Update, Independent Investment Research takes a look at listed managed investment returns for the past quarter and 12 months and highlights the best performing LICs/LITs over the past five years. We also highlight the five largest discounts and premiums to pre-tax NTA and take a... Show More

10 high yield LICs

Peter Rae

In its latest LMI Monthly Update, Independent Investment Research takes a look at the recent listed investment company reporting season which saw a majority of LICs report higher earnings and many pay higher dividends to their shareholders. We also highlight the top 10 yielding LICs under our coverage and discuss... Show More

MCP Master Income Trust: A focus on fixed income

Peter Rae

Independent Investment Research has initiated coverage of MCP Master Income Trust (ASX:MXT), a listed investment trust that invests in a diversified portfolio of loans to Australian companies. It does so through investments in several wholesale funds managed by Metrics Credit Partners (MCP), an Australian debt-specialist fund manager with significant direct... Show More

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Sectors and stocks on our radar right now

Chris Stott

Expectations of accelerated interest rate rises sent equity markets into a tailspin in February, impacting the first quarter and setting the tone for the calendar year. The good news is that it’s not all doom and gloom and investors can look to the media and retail sectors for opportunities over... Show More

Listed Managed Investments: Quarterly Review

Peter Rae

In its latest Quarterly LMI Market Review, Independent Investment Research (IIR) provides detailed coverage of 43 listed investment companies, listed investment trusts and exchange traded managed funds including commentary, investment views and ratings. We have coverage across a number of sectors and investing strategies and provide insight into performance, discounts... Show More

Wilson Asset Management weekly: Nine Entertainment

Chris Stott

The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index closed up 0.2% in February, an almost flat close to a turbulent month and leading into a weak start to March. Heightened volatility in early February arising from concerns over the prospect of accelerated interest rate rises faded as the month continued. A slightly... Show More

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Listed Managed Investments: Quarterly Review

Peter Rae

In its latest Quarterly LMI Market Review, Independent Investment Research (IIR) provides detailed coverage of 42 listed investment companies, listed investment trusts and Active ETFs including commentary, investment views and ratings. We look across a number of sectors and investing strategies and provide insight into performance, discounts and premiums to... Show More

A big year for LICs

Peter Rae

2017 was an exceptional year for new listed investment company and listed investment trust raisings, with 14 new entities raising a total of $4.2bn via initial public offers. This significantly exceeded the funds raised by new LIC/LIT offers in the previous two years and lifted the total number of LICs... Show More

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Themes and stocks from the WAM Funds’ portfolios

Patrick Poke

At today’s WAM Funds presentation, Chief Investment Officer, Chris Stott, shared some of the key themes and holdings from their current portfolio. He covers their views on the Australian economy, mining services, and retail. He also discusses a company that hadn’t received a visit from an analyst in two years. Show More

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Wilson Asset Management November 2017 AGM & Shareholder Presentations

Wilson Asset Management

We're pleased to bring you the Wilson Asset Management investor presentation live from Sydney. A live stream of the AGMs and Shareholder Presentation will commence on Wednesday the 29th of November at 8:30am. The Wilson Asset Management investment team will provide an overview of the market, highlight interesting industry trends... Show More

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Wilson Asset Management weekly: Reckon and Incitec Piviot

Chris Stott

The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index closed down 0.7% for the week. On Wednesday, the Westpac-Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment fell 1.7% in November. On Thursday, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reported Australia’s unemployment rate fell to a near five-year low. Show More

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If 24 LICs ran the Melbourne Cup... which would be our favourites?

Daryl Wilson

To win the Melbourne Cup requires a horse that is well trained, has a great jockey, and importantly hasn’t been hit too hard with a weight handicap from the stewards. To win the "Affluence LIC Cup", an LIC requires many of the same attributes... Show More

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Wilson Asset Management weekly: Woolworths and PSC Insurance Group

Chris Stott

The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index closed up 1.0% for the week. On Wednesday, investors celebrated 10 years from the peak of the Australian equity market with a solid day's trade that sent the All Ordinaries Index past the 6,000 point mark for the first time since the Global Financial... Show More

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Morgans Conversations : Video snap with Chris Stott

Chris Titley

I recently chatted to Chris Stott from WAM about the history of the fund , their bullish outlook on Mining Services (in particular ALS, WOR) as well some news for WAM Leader option holders. Show More

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Wilson Asset Management weekly: Mantra and Swift

Chris Stott

The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index closed up 1.9% for the week. On Thursday, Australian shares closed at their highest level in three-and-a-half months, led by a rally in the big four banks. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment rose 3.6% in October, representing the highest level recorded in... Show More

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30 years from the '87 Crash

Geoff Wilson

It was Monday, 19 October 1987, and I thought the world of finance was ending. I remember the feeling like it was yesterday. I was a 29-year old stockbroker, living and working in New York, witnessing the biggest market meltdown since the crash of 1929. Show More

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