Weekly Reports | Nov 15 2019
Our top ten news from 07 November 2019 to 14 November 2019 (ranked according to popularity).
Tuesday 12 November 2019 – 10:00 AM
Ahead of the Herd's Rick Mills warns that as popular protests grow around the globe against government oppression, "country risk" is growing for mining company investors. Lithium and copper are particularly at risk.
Friday 08 November 2019 – 10:31 AM
Weekly Broker Wrap: quantitative easing; US presidency & markets; supermarkets; aged care; house prices; and waste.
Tuesday 12 November 2019 – 10:40 AM
A sudden jump in buyer interest, and subsequently the uranium spot price, begs the question whether utilities have already begun their traditional buying ahead of year-end.
Friday 08 November 2019 – 10:02 AM
Dear time-poor investor: what is the best way to invest in equities for regular income? In this week's Weekly Insights (this is Part Two): -Market Rotation? It's Complicated -Conviction Calls -Focus On Quality Yield -Fortescue Is No Mystery -Tick
Monday 11 November 2019 – 01:39 PM
Next Science has an answer to the continuing rise of resistant microbes that plague the health sector and several brokers expect interest in the stock will increase sharply in 2020.
Monday 11 November 2019 – 12:03 PM
Amcor has made a solid start to FY20 amid cost savings from the Bemis acquisition. Moreover, brokers have brushed aside plastic sustainability concerns.
Thursday 07 November 2019 – 10:00 AM
Dear time-poor reader: why is the Value rotation not working so well in Australia? Plus Conviction Calls and the Fortescue mystery solved. In this week's Weekly Insights (published in two parts): -Market Rotation? It's Complicate
Monday 11 November 2019 – 10:00 AM
Weekly update on stockbroker recommendation, target price, and earnings forecast changes.
Monday 11 November 2019 – 10:27 AM
The New Criterion's Tim Boreham highlights two listed companies that provide alternative solutions for priced-out young home buyers and income-poor older home owners.
Friday 08 November 2019 – 01:30 PM
Payment provider Zip Co has been boosted by the announcement of a strategic partnership with Amazon Australia.