John Malone

The Dow Jones’ 2-day, 1,800-point correction, left many investors scrambling for ideas on Monday and Tuesday. By 10:30am Wednesday, many stocks had recovered close to their previous highs. While most experienced investors know that corrections and crashes can offer great buying opportunities, it’s easy to be caught off guard by... Show More

Peters MacGregor Capital Management

Head of Research Nathan Bell explains what Amazon's recent bid for US grocer Whole Foods means for grocery retailers at home and abroad such as Coles and Woolworths, while highlighting an undervalued cable TV and broadband provider that the market's forgotten. Show More

Nathan Bell

‘Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.’ Like a food label warning that your favourite box of chocolates may contain traces of nuts, we’ve all read something similar when analysing the performance of a fund manager. Show More

Nathan Bell

Investors with a portfolio of top-20 Australian stocks have recently been asking where the growth has gone. Looking at global GDP figures you’d be forgiven for thinking that there isn’t any growth anywhere. At least not that’s available at an attractive price, given the current high valuations for stocks offering... Show More

Peters MacGregor Capital Management

It’s been two months since we first spoke about Liberty Broadband on Livewire https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/30965 and now with its share price is up nearly 40% since we purchased it during the rout in February. Charter Communications, the major investment for Liberty Broadband, has received approval to acquire Time Warner Cable, increasing... Show More

Nathan Bell

One of the benefits of investing abroad is discovering companies in highly profitable industries that don’t exist in Australia. We don’t have ad-free satellite radio in Australia due to our small population spread over a huge landmass, but in the US the number of people with a satellite radio subscription... Show More