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BELLAMY'S AUSTRALIA LIMITED

James Gerrish

The local market once again failed around the 5900 level as it continues to struggle to find the next leg higher. The market jumped out of the blocks early to crack the key 5900 level before giving back all of the gains before lunch and chopping around par for the... Show More

James Gerrish

Summer is here, the cricket season is ramping up and the market has found some form managing a century in today's session. The G20 result sent investors into a buying frenzy today, and the local market managed to earn back all of Friday’s weakness plus change today. It was clear... Show More

NAOS Asset Management

CEO’s and business leaders' comments can provide valuable insights and provide a greater understanding of the current investment environment and key trends that may be emerging. Below are quotes from the week which in our view detail some of the most important and prominent industry trends and economic factors impacting... Show More

Andrew Tang

Investors are waiting for a circuit-breaker. Stretched valuations limit upside potential for a further re-rating of the market multiple (15.8x 12month forward PE, Industrials ex-Financials at 21.8x) and without clear earnings momentum in either direction the market is likely to remain rangebound. Show More

Bell Potter

In the Muster, we round up our current views on key agri and FMCG themes and stocks, this month asking whether we are at the bottom of milk powder pricing (a key driver of the dairy sector), we also discuss our increased target price for Synlait, and look at several... Show More

James Gerrish

It seemed like there was a decent sell order in ASX 200 Futures this morning that prompted selling amongst the large cap stocks – usually happens with an overseas fund is taking a negative bet on Australia and getting set via Futures – the weakness was obvious on open, a... Show More

Marcus Padley

Last week we saw BWX, BKL, A2M, WTC, NCK, NAN and BIN all up 7% or more. BAL is up 85% in three months, A2M is up 83%, WTC is up 55%, BWX is up 28%, BLA is up 46%. The mid-cap sector is having a dream rally. A lot... Show More

Dean Fergie

One reason regularly quoted to buy a certain stock is because it offers ‘good value’. It is certainly an easy (and lazy) argument for stockbrokers to recommend a company. When I select stocks in the small cap space (ex ASX200) I do not focus on value as I find 'value’... Show More

Rob Tucker

We have used the megatrends framework as a template for several years, simply as a way of formulating a framework for how we start filtering down the investible universe into stocks that we ultimately focus on. We revisit this every 6-12 months to assess where the opportunities are to find... Show More

Investors Mutual

Our mantra at IML is to focus on companies that have: a competitive advantage, with recurring earnings, run by capable management, that can grow and that are trading at a reasonable price. Strictly adhering to this mantra has enabled IML’s portfolios to avoid being caught up in many unsustainable booms... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market made started positive on global investors pushing up the banks before pullback as local investors took profit. After that all the open Asian markets recovered on the US congress deal to fund the US Government till September!!! Utilities, Industrials and Staples were the outperformers while Resources were the... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market fell on global sentiment and then made a slight recovery to close negative…that makes three negative days out of the last five…steam coming off the market as optimism fades. Gold, Health Care and Utilities were the best performers while Telcos, Banks and Energy were the worst performers. Solid... Show More