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Equities
Alex Cowie

At the start of the year, we announced the ten most tipped stocks from our Livewire reader survey. Three months into the year, this diverse basket is already up by 25.6% on average (or 26.9% with dividends), versus 8.6% for the ASX200. We saw some impressive results from the most... Show More

Equities
Charlie Aitken

Over the summer break I was listening to the classic Australian comedy “Wired World of Sports” by the Twelfth Man, aka Billy Birmingham. One of the sketches involves a mock interview between “Big Darrell” Eastlake and an unfortunate America gymnast called “Rick Disnick”. Show More

Equities
Alex Cowie

Equity indices everywhere were in the red last year, yet the three most tipped stocks from the 2018 Livewire reader survey, Afterpay Touch, CSL and BHP, all finished well in the black. They gained (excluding dividends) 107.7%, 31.0%, and 15.8% respectively, or 52% on average. While the order has changed,... Show More

Macro
Alex Cowie

One of the most engaging parts of my role at Livewire is working with Australian fund managers to discuss their views and bring you great content. With over 400 managers now contributing to the platform, overseeing the content can feel like being at the epicentre of the market. So with... Show More

Marcus Padley

In the last couple of months it has been all about “the market”. We have been more concerned with cash levels than stock selection and as one of my team said yesterday, you know something is wrong when the first word anyone says when they walk into the office is... Show More

Stuart Jackson

Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ASX:ALL) diversified its exposure beyond gaming machines with its acquisition of social casino business Product Madness and the internet gaming system and remote game server from GameAccount Network. Revenue generated by the business increased from under US$15 million in FY12 to US$354 million in the 12 months... Show More

James Gerrish

Some high valuation growth stocks have caught our eye over the last few days, specifically the top-performing stocks that were sold off yesterday. We are happily absent from the high-flying growth stocks, but if they are flogged too hard, a couple will become interesting. Here we share our view and... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

Trade tensions between the US and China now pose a real risk to markets, with leading indicators pointing to lower global growth. We sat down with Stephane Andre, Principal at Alphinity Investment Management to get his view and to see who the winners and the losers may be in this... Show More

Michael Wayne

The ASX 20 has been a consistent underperformer in recent years leading some to conclude that after persistent underperformance, a reversal is due to take place between the ‘big’ end of town, and the ‘smaller’ business that sit outside those largest 20 companies on the ASX. Show More

Ben Clark

Aristocrat Leisure was my choice for 2018 in the Livewire "Predictions and top picks" series filmed in December. Aristocrat hosted an investor session last week, which was attended by over 100 analysts, investors, and fund managers. After a very busy start to 2018, I thought I’d pass my points from... Show More

Buy Hold Sell
Buy Hold Sell

It’s no secret that the real opportunities in recent years have been among the high-quality emerging midcap names rather than traditional big caps. These are often stocks with proven business models, led by quality management looking to expand into larger offshore markets. The challenge for investors is navigating the eye... Show More

Alex Cowie

One of many slick features our talented dev team has built this quarter is a re-engineered ‘Trending' panel on our website. Their algo crunches data from clicks, likes, comments, and social shares (the button at the bottom-left of each wire), to create an ever-changing carousel of your favourite content. Show More

Livewire Exclusive

Livewire’s 2018 'Predictions and Top Picks' series continues with part two. Here, we ask our expert panel for their top stock ideas for 2018, and one thing they think the market has wrong. Watch the video or read the summary below. Show More

Elizabeth Moran

A total of 46 of the ASX Top 50 companies issue bonds. This isn’t surprising as they are large international companies trading in foreign markets and require multiple sources of funding (see Table 1). But a couple of things did surprise me: Show More