ASX:JBH

JB HI-FI LIMITED

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The Australian economy is undoubtedly slowing, which was evident given the number of earnings downgrades and soft results witnessed in the most recent earnings season. And while bottom-up stock pickers try to identify those growth companies poised to rerate based on a catalyst, paying close attention to what is happening... Show More

Bell Potter

We recap some of the profit reporting season highlights from the past week including Macquarie Group, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, Suncorp Group and JB Hi-Fi. Full reports are available below via links. Show More

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It’s that time of year! After months of macro dominated action, ASX-listed companies are reporting their earnings and showing investors what’s really going on. Expectations are the name of the game and this February it’s not just about the result but also the guidance and outlook commentary. Research has shown... Show More

Patrick Poke

"Best in breed" JB Hi-Fi's results could be a harbinger of tough times for Australian retailers; Vanguard cuts its expected returns for equities over the coming decade; and George Soros says that Europe is "sleepwalking into oblivion". Here's what's happening in markets today. Show More

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Roger Montgomery

On the surface, it appears JB Hi-Fi (ASX:JBH) is trading at a small discount to our estimated intrinsic value range. A deterioration in the outlook and the rate of that deterioration is something however that cannot be quantified and therefore is unlikely to be factored into comments by management. We... Show More

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Rudi Filapek-Vandyck

The public debate as to whether the US, and by extension the global economy, is heading for a recession has quickly fallen flat in early 2019. Very little works as reassuringly as rising share prices, and as the dire and gloomy final quarter of calendar 2018 has been followed up... Show More

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For two years now, Roger Montgomery has been warning investors of a pending housing crash. While these claims were initially met with scepticism, as the data has deteriorated significantly in Sydney and Melbourne, more investors are coming to accept this thesis. According to CoreLogic’s Home Property Value Index, prices for... Show More

Hugh Dive

Over the past six months, there have been numerous headlines around rising energy prices and their impact both on curbing global growth and in cutting domestic consumption as the costs of transporting people and goods around Australia were rising sharply. However, instead of climbing as expected, the oil price has... Show More

Mark Christensen

Consumer electronics is an exciting category for consumers to shop. With the pace of change in the category, the lifespans of mobile phones, TV’s, headphones and computers is shrinking considerably, making our visits to electronic retailers increase from once every couple of years, to every year, or even several times... Show More

Hugh Dive

During the months of February and August every year, the majority of Australian listed companies reveal their profit results and most provide guidance as to how they expect their businesses to perform in the upcoming year. For fund managers, this is somewhat like Christmas, in that opening company results are... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

If reporting season has kept you busy, you may have missed the regular commentary on notable results from Livewire's contributing managers, so we’ve pulled them all together for you here. For the fundies' view on results from Afterpay, Netwealth, Telstra, JB Hifi, REA Group, and 25 other key stocks, click... Show More

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Short selling lets investors profit from a fall in a stock price by selling first then buying after it has fallen. So a bearish consensus can lead to a big short position building in hope of a lower price. In this special episode Matthew Kidman from Centennial Asset Management hosts... Show More

Roger Montgomery

We’re keeping a very close eye on electronics retailers like JB Hi-Fi (ASX:JBH). Not only are they exposed to any slowdown in the economy, but they are also exposed to changes in conditions for real estate & renovation demand (especially The Good Guys) as well as credit conditions. Show More