ASX:LOV

LOVISA HOLDINGS LIMITED

Expert Insights

If the definition of crazy is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results, then Mr Market is undoubtedly crazy. Simon Shields, Principal at Monash Investors, says there are several behaviours that he observes that cause stock mispricings over and over again. He identifies three common ways that shares... Show More

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Oscar Oberg

Since the equity market lows in December 2018, investors have chased offshore earnings to escape falling house prices, weak consumer and business sentiment, and uncertainty driven by the Federal election. The February 2019 reporting season highlighted this; economic bellwether companies Costa Group, Bingo Industries and Boral downgraded earnings before their results... Show More

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Oscar Oberg

Investors’ desire for growth outside of the suffering Australian economy was a major theme to emerge in the February 2019 Reporting Season, particularly in the small-to-mid-cap segment of the market. Since around September 2018, economic data in Australia has weakened, largely due to the flow-on effect of falling house prices on... Show More

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Marcus Tuck

Around this time of year, for the past two years, we have published on Livewire the results of our quant screening of Australian stocks, in search of companies that meet our particular metrics around valuation, expected EPS growth and balance sheet safety. One thing they all have in common is... Show More

Andrew Mitchell

While the domestic economy continues to face a myriad of growth hurdles near term, Australian businesses with established channels into higher growth offshore markets (particularly the US and Asia) have been amply rewarded for their investment in overseas expansion. Show More

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Shane Fitzgerald

Lovisa's (LOV) result has been very well received by the market, due to a number of factors. Firstly, leading into the result there were concerns due to the tough retailing environment in Australia that like for like sales would deteriorate – the actual result shows a deterioration of just 1.8%... Show More

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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