ASX:CTX

CALTEX AUSTRALIA LIMITED

Education
Anton Tagliaferro

The Australian share market is heavily concentrated amongst the largest companies both in terms of market capitalisation and industry sector. The top 20 stocks dominate the share market with the S&P/ASX 20 stocks amongst the most widely held and researched companies in Australia.Given the large concentration of the ASX top... Show More

Education
Nick Grove

To be a successful equity investor, there are a few very simple tenets to follow if you want to get a head-start – and these include avoiding underperformers and not getting sucked into yield traps, Plato Investment Management managing director, Dr Don Hamson, said in a recent presentation.Hamson also had... Show More

Equities
Peter Gardner

Interest rates around the world, including Australia, have been falling recently. Where conventional wisdom one year ago was for rising rates, now expectations have factored in domestic rate cuts and falling yields over the next 3 years. Aussie 10-year government bonds are at all-time lows standing at 1.75%. This change... Show More

James Gerrish

Another very choppy session for the ASX with a lot going on under the surface yet the index finished fairly flat on the day. Banks were weak and the market finds it hard to rally when banks are offered + there was another decent seller of SPI Futures at stages... Show More

Anton du Preez

Caltex is the largest Australian fuel retailer with a 25% market share. The industry is dominated by the Big 4 fuel retailers (in declining order of size): Caltex, BP, Shell (Viva Energy), Mobil and then independents including 7Eleven. Show More

Jason Teh

It’s obvious. Retirees need income. With cash and fixed interest offering low yields, equities are a good place to look for income. On the surface, it may seem easy creating an income portfolio from shares – just select stocks from a list of high dividend yielders. However, setting up an... Show More

Marcus Bogdan

We have changed our view on a number of stocks on the back of the recent results season. Here we summarise our views on 5 stocks we like today, namely Woolworths Group, Cooper Energy, Senex Energy, Caltex Australia and News Corporation. Show More