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Reporting season puts CBA and BHP in the spotlight

See what the brokers say about Australia’s largest bank and mining entity this reporting season.

Ishan Dan | 10th Aug 2022 | More
August reporting season has profit margins and managing expectations in focus

An action-packed month of record dividends, soaring energy prices and rising inflation are all expected to be key trends this earnings season.

Ishan Dan | 10th Aug 2022 | More
  • Morningstar’s 15 Best ASX Share Ideas

    Of the 200 companies that Morningstar analysts research on the ASX, 15 companies have made it onto the firm’s Best Stock Ideas for August.

    Staff Writer | 5th Aug 2022 | More
    BofA fund manager survey suggests markets could bounce

    In Bank of America’s July global fund manager survey, several measures show money managers pointing toward further doom and gloom. So much so that the historically bearish sentiment hints at a potential rally to the upside should market conditions only marginally improve.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 29th Jul 2022 | More
  • Brokers mixed on whether value lies in resource companies

    Falling resource and commodities prices are worrying investors and resource companies have dropped sharply in price in July. Analysts are mixed on their outlook for resources companies, with some tipping energy companies to outperform while other experts favour diversified resources companies.

    Nicki Bourlioufas | 27th Jul 2022 | More
    Five reasons to be bullish on CSL 

    It’s been a relatively difficult two years for market darling CSL Limited. Despite the lacklustre recent performance, here are five reasons to be bullish on CSL.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 6th Jul 2022 | More
    Three cheap stocks for one of the best months of the year

    As we say goodbye to a volatile financial year, most investors are glad it’s over and can’t wait to say hello to FY23. Markets will be hoping that this new financial year will bring about calmer trading conditions with fewer geopolitical tensions and no devastating pandemics.

    Ishan Dan | 1st Jul 2022 | More
    Which stocks made the cut for the ‘recession-proof’ portfolio?

    Following two years of heightened volatility, brokers are already out making grand declarations and stock predictions of what will transpire in the new financial year. Macquarie, one of the first to put together its dream portfolio built to survive a recession, believes the bear market we are currently experiencing is split into two parts.

    Ishan Dan | 1st Jul 2022 | More
    Why Roger Montgomery thinks the time is right to jump in

    It’s time to start buying quality stocks that have fallen sharply over the last six months. This is the view held by Roger Montgomery, founder of Montgomery Investment Management. Given that valuations have come off, Montgomery believes investors have a far better chance of making attractive returns buying now; with one big caveat – that these businesses grow their earnings.

    Ishan Dan | 22nd Jun 2022 | More
  • Three ASX stocks brokers are picking for 2023

    With markets starting to turn mildly positive, the driving factor seems to be cautious commentary from the RBA after several weeks of fuelling fears of a recession due to aggressive rate hikes.

    Ishan Dan | 22nd Jun 2022 | More
    Coal companies sink as Queensland ups royalties

    Three new tiers will be added to Queensland’s coal royalty structure from July 1 as the Palaszczuk government attempts to take a bigger slice of the recent spike in coal prices.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 22nd Jun 2022 | More
    RBA set to prioritise inflation fighting over economic growth

    Last month’s higher than expected inflation reading confirmed what many had long feared. Australia is not immune to the rising price of goods as a result of massive stimulus efforts during the pandemic, higher energy prices, supply disruptions and labour shortages.

    Ishan Dan | 17th Jun 2022 | More
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