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QANTAS AIRWAYS LIMITED

Daily Report
James Gerrish

Another busy week in the markets wrapped up on a positive note despite the US this afternoon imposing an increased 25% tariff on about $200 billion of Chinese goods, up from 10% before as trade negotiations continue in the US.News reports say that day one of talks between top Chinese... Show More

Equities
Zach Riaz

At the start of every year we publish our Equity Strategy Key Themes report, which as the name suggest discusses the key themes our team believes will impact asset prices and our equities portfolios over the coming 12 months. Within this report we also nominate a bucket of stocks (typically... Show More

Collections

Short-term reactionary behaviour is to be expected within every earnings season, and February 2019 was no exception. But opportunities that went misinterpreted or unappreciated by the herd await patient investors willing to block out the noise and really take a look at a company’s fundamentals and growth prospects. Here, we... Show More

JCP  Investment Partners

The reporting season in Australia completed in February. Overall, reporting season exceeded low expectations, with consensus June 2019 forecasts being upgraded marginally (aggregate revisions to June 2019 profits were upgraded by 0.3%). Consensus bottom up eps growth forecasts for the June 2019 year now stand at 6.3%. This is dominated... Show More

Asset Allocation
Patrick Poke

Popular wisdom from the likes of Warren Buffett, Jack Bogle, and Burton Malkiel (author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street) states that it's near-impossible to consistently time the market, so why even try? Just buy and hold for the long term, and collect your dividend cheque every six months.... Show More

Equities
Hugh Dive

The “Dogs of the Dow” is an investment strategy that is based on buying the ten worst performing stocks over the past 12 months from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) at the beginning of the year but restricting the stocks selected to those that are still paying a dividend.... 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

Patrick Hodgens

Costs are rising. Raw material inflation is coming through the supply-chain across industrial stocks. As a result, earnings pressures are emerging in many companies with exposure to raw materials. We have seen this in companies with exposure to oil (such as transportation, rubber or plastics) and pulp (i.e. Paper and... Show More

NAOS Asset Management

"We now have the world's only fully automated, end-to-end bricklaying solution, with a massive market waiting for it. We now begin the next exciting phase for the company as we execute our global commercialisation strategy to capitalise on the significant demand for our technology." Show More