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Andrew Mitchell

Not unlike the regenerative quality of an Australian summer bushfire, equity market corrections are a necessary evil of healthy and well-functioning markets. More often than not, they allow share markets to recalibrate and consolidate over the shorter-term, whilst also acting as an agent to transfer capital from weaker, short-term hands... Show More

Buy Hold Sell
Buy Hold Sell

It's no secret that there's been great money to be made in small caps in recent times. In this episode of Buy Hold Sell we've selected three companies that have been shooting the lights out when it comes to delivering exceptional growth for investors. Matthew Kidman from Centennial Asset Management hosts... Show More

Ben Griffiths

At the Future Generation Investment Forum last week, I presented two stocks that we’ve recently added to our portfolios; one for the Smaller Companies Fund, and one for the Emerging Companies Fund. First up, from the Emerging Companies Fund, was Mastermyne Group. Show More

Alex Cowie

We heard from 11 of the market’s top fund managers yesterday at the Future Generation Investment Forum, with each offering at least one stock idea. If you missed it, we have summarised the key points from each presentation below and included the link to the recording. Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market jumped on the open and then traded sideways due to better commodity prices and strong global sentiment. Resources, Health Care and Banks drove the market higher while Telecommunication Services was the only negative sector. Investors continue to move from small caps to large caps and yield bond proxies... Show More

Nicholas Forsyth

Back on August 25th, we looked at the "increasing risks for the Chinese growth stocks" after they had suffered some significant declines. Investors who had entered the larger names, Blackmore's and Bellamy's earlier in the year, were losing money compared to the ASX200, which was mildly ahead. Chasing easy fast... Show More

Nicholas Forsyth

Yesterday, one of the markets favourite stocks of the last 18 months, Blackmore's (BKL) literally fell off a cliff, collapsing almost 20% in the one day. In this reporting season, we have witnessed a few examples of "growth stocks" that are trading at very expensive valuations, being hammered when their... Show More