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SLATER & GORDON LIMITED

CIO Profiles
James Marlay

At age 37 Chris Stott has called time on his investment career at Wilson Asset Management. Given the current state of markets I took the opportunity to have one final chat to hear his views on the year ahead. He presents a bearish outlook for the Australian economy fuelled by... Show More

Marcus Padley

We are into the results season and these days, for equity investors, the results month is like being on a battlefield during an artillery barrage wearing fluoro orange. You never quite know when you’re going to get blown up. Show More

Hugh Dive

In the travel sections of newspapers there frequently appear articles with titles such as Top 7 Overseas Travel Scams (and How to Avoid Them). However, Atlas see the biggest cause of Australians losing money overseas is not pickpockets, dodgy taxi drivers, or pre-damaged rental jet skis, but rather ill-conceived offshore... Show More

Buy Hold Sell

Most investors will remember Slater and Gordon for its spectacular unwinding in 2015. However, as the chart shows, there was ample opportunity to pocket handsome returns. So what should you look for in roll ups, what makes some better than others, and is the current backdrop favourable for this strategy? Show More

Alex Cowie

With the quarter drawing to a close, it’s time for our first check up on the performance of Livewire readers’ stock ideas from our 2017 outlook survey. This table highlights the ten leaders, as well as the ten laggards. You can access the spreadsheet for all 263 stocks below. The... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

Australia makes up just 2% of the global economy, so for companies looking to grow into a large market, it’s natural to look offshore. But following the challenges faced by NAB or Slater & Gordon in their attempts to move offshore, it's hard to blame investors for being cautious about... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

With the end of the year in sight, it’s time to check in again on how the Livewire readers’ 2016 stock picks are tracking. The biggest observation is the pullback in the YTD mean performance across the sample, from 18.3% (Oct 19th) to 8.7% (Dec 5th). Only 35% of stocks... Show More

Hugh Dive

Short-sellers are frequently derided as vultures, criminals, pessimists or un-Australian, in reality, shorting stocks is a stressful and often lonely way to make money in the market. When a fund manager makes the correct shorting decision, there are never glowing pieces in the financial press with a satisfied looking CEO... Show More

A quiet AGM day in terms of numbers...A first strike at Slater and Gordon, a second strike at Templeton Global Growth Fund...the Daily AGM note has the details on a selection of AGM results and is updated through the day. You'll find today's note at this link https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/16344 Show More

February 2016’s results reporting season was certainly a moment and perhaps no results report captured the spirit of the season better than Slater and Gordon’s interim results announcement on Monday 29 February 2016: statutory NLAT of $958.3 million due to an $876.4 million non-cash impairment charge of which $814.2 million... Show More

Niv Dagan

Slater & Gordon's stock price has now fallen by over 75% this week on "speculation" that the UK government would change some key thresholds. UBS, Macquarie and Credit Suisse slashed their respective price targets and Deutsche's $1.65 was the most optimistic in the market, post the revisions. They key issue... Show More

Evidence of shareholder dissatisfaction at Slater and Gordon...not with the remuneration report, but with the grants to the Executive Directors. A second strike, but no Board Spill at SDI ...and some director election resolutions at other AGMs attracting significant proxy instructions to vote against. The Daily AGM note is updated... Show More