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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 Tang

The ASX 200 Accumulation index returned a respectable 15.4% at the close of reporting season, and is poised to return a similar amount over the next 12 months if all goes to plan. Factset consensus forecasts anticipate another year of 7.2% earnings growth at a dividend yield of 4.6% which... Show More

Andrew Tang

In our reporting season preview, we noted that the spread in consensus forecasts was very narrow and the potential for beats and misses versus market expectations was lower than normal. It is this dynamic that foreshadowed many of the results across our coverage universe, where results were mostly in line... Show More

Marcus Tuck

This time last year we published an article on Livewire called ‘Screening for low-risk equity investments’. Of the seven stocks we discussed, most did well, with an average gain of 90% across them. Livewire got in touch and asked us to reflect on the original research, and reapply the strategy... Show More

Andrew Tang

There was a lot to like about the February reporting season. By our estimates, over 30% of large caps beat the market's expectations, and unlike previous seasons, estimates held firm rather than falling away into results. Downgrades and significant misses were largely a non-event and overall management commentary reflected the... Show More

Buy Hold Sell

The market applied the blowtorch indiscriminately across the retail sector last year, creating long-absent pockets of value in the market. Shrewd investors moved in, but are opportunities still present today? In this week’s Buy Hold Sell, we pit two small cap specialists called Chris against each other to find out. Show More

Harley Grosser

While the mid and large cap stocks have been well covered thus far, the smaller end of town typically gets less attention and for those that do it is concentrated amongst a few of the market’s favourites. So here are a handful of micro cap stocks that haven’t received much... Show More

Chris Stott

Overall the reporting season, which concluded on Thursday, was mixed, with a number of companies falling short of market expectations. Companies trading on high price-to-earnings ratios struggled, notably Domino’s Pizza (ASX: DMP) and Corporate Travel Management (ASX: CTD). The defensive sectors had one of their worst reporting periods in a... Show More

Alex Cowie

The ASX-listed stocks highlighted by some of Australia’s leading fund managers at the 2017 Future Generation Investment Forum in May have defied seasonal weakness, and on average now gained 8.8% in the 7 weeks since the forum. This puts this interesting basket of stocks more than 10% ahead of the... Show More

Alex Cowie

A cohort of Australia’s leading fund managers gathered at the 2017 Future Generation Investment Forum two weeks ago, each presenting their top stock idea. A clear trend is already emerging in the domestic stocks mentioned. While the broader market has pulled back 2.2% since the Forum, this group of stocks... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

The 2017 Future Generation Investment Forum has been a resounding success. Livewire provided coverage of the event in which 13 of Australia’s leading fund managers all offered at least one of their best stock ideas. Presenting firms include Magellan Financial Group, Tribeca Investment Partners, Wilson Asset Management, Morphic Asset Management,... Show More

Glennon Capital

A couple of days ago the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the latest retail sales figures, touching on many of the retail segments services by the ASX listed retailers. Overall sales increased 3.1% for January and 3.4% for the year, and continued to reduce from the strong 6% growth rates... Show More