ASX:SOL

WASHINGTON H SOUL PATTINSON & COMPANY LIMITED

Equities
Robert Miller

A recent podcast with Robert Millner, Chairman of Washington H Soul Pattison & Company Ltd (ASX:SOL) provided valuable insights into the mindset of a long-term investment conglomerate. What started as a chemist on Pitt St in the 1870s has turned into what some would argue is the closest thing Australia... Show More

Buy Hold Sell
Buy Hold Sell

Investors will often be confronted with rip-roaring stocks that are on a high and show no signs of arresting their ascent. In this episode of Buy Hold Sell, we take a look at companies which have witnessed some serious momentum that has been driving their share prices higher. Up for discussion... Show More

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Patrick Poke

In the last 117 years, Australia has seen two World Wars, the Great Depression, the introduction of the motor car, 30 Prime Ministers, and every year, Washington H Soul Pattinson (SOL) has paid a dividend. In this week's episode of The Rules of Investing, I sit down with Robert Millner,... Show More

Livewire Exclusive

This week’s guest on the podcast is Peter Cooper, founder and Chief Investment Officer of Cooper Investors, one of Australia’s leading boutique investment firms. His success is probably best conveyed by the incredible performance of the CI Brunswick fund, which he manages personally. This fund has outperformed the ASX200 Accumulation... Show More

Livewire Equities

Since 2002, Washington H. Soul Pattinson has delivered total shareholder return of ~490%. That’s more than double the All Ords Accumulation Index and this year marks the 17th straight year of increased dividends. The firm is known for taking a truly long-term view and making counter-cyclical investments. Show More

Buy Hold Sell

Identifying those companies that are making new rolling 12 months highs is a tried and tested form of idea generation for investors. So in this episode of Buy Hold Sell we ask our panel to share their views on 5 companies that are making new all time highs. Show More

Clime Asset Management

In April 2007, coincidentally around the same time that I joined Clime, markets were rollicking and the pricing of risk seemed a forgotten investment principle. What a time to raise capital. In a sign of the times, one of the largest public offers of shares that Australia had ever seen... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market made a small recovery from yesterday’s smack down but sentiment remains weak. US market remains in the second part of “Buy the rumour, Sell the fact” trade as US fiscal policy ran into multilevel execution problems. Media articles are pointing to delays in financial deregulations, health care reform... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market made a small recovery from yesterday’s smack down but sentiment remains weak. US market remains in the second part of “Buy the rumour, Sell the fact” trade as US fiscal policy ran into multilevel execution problems. Media articles are pointing to delays in financial deregulations, health care reform... Show More

With the main AGM season out of the way for the 30 June FYEs, several key AGMs occur this month including TPG Telecom, ANZ, NAB, Westpac, DuluxGroup, Incitec Pivot, Orica. Outside All the Majors, December features AGMS for Ten Network Holdings, Cudeco, Elders and Emeco Holdings. This month's note also... Show More

Roger Montgomery

From skirt lengths, to magazine covers to public protests and the rise of ant-establishment voting, signals are everywhere. And, as investors, we need to pay attention to them. Which is why the imminent sale of the long-held Soul Pattinson building in Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall caught our eye. To us,... Show More

Marcus Tuck

Our recent focus on US Dividend Aristocrat stocks that have increased dividends every year for the past 25 years prompted a discussion with readers about which Australian listed companies have also been able to deliver an outstanding dividend history over a long period of time. Five stocks kept being mentioned... Show More