Richard Hemming - Tuesday, March 11, 2014
This week we cover a Small Cap in depth that has experienced some major problems in its first half of fiscal 2014. It's numbers will be worse than previously expected, but it presents an opportunity for investors. Most importantly, it's shares haven't fallen through the floor. What it shows is that conditions have been poor, but investors are l ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Monday, March 10, 2014
In the reporting season just ended many bigger stocks kept going up, for a number of reasons, but a major one was that there are limited places for the big fund managers to put there money. Many small caps got a boost too, but because the Australian market has such a long tail of companies with market caps of less than $300m, there are many mor ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Friday, March 07, 2014
Upgrading our Small Cap stock investment recommendation to buy WDS in December last year at 85 cents is paying off handsomely - it's now trading at $1.13 after a strong first half profit result and an even stronger outlook. As we said then, in the face of share price weakness: Investors should not press the panic button and sell when contracts ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Thursday, March 06, 2014
In today's issue we cover two stocks (of the 14 analysed in total) that have almost trippled subscribers' returns: salmon harvester Tassal (TGR) and almond producer Select Harvests. The good news is that there should be more gains in the food producing sector, and if you read the report you will find out where.
But a quick explanation could ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Wednesday, March 05, 2014
Last week we delivered profit results on 16 Small Caps and in tomorrow's issue we will be covering a similar numbers. If you missed last week's, you should be interested in three of the companies whose results excelled and which we have Buy ratings on.
Trucking parts manufacturing and servicing
This stock is looking very ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Monday, March 03, 2014
We don't advocate avoiding big listed companies, or indeed any of the asset classes - property, fixed interest, or even art. What we do say is that you can't achieve the kinds of gains in other investments that you can in small caps. Our annualised average return over all our 106 small cap tips is over 21 per cent and this includes some real du ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Thursday, February 27, 2014
If you ever wonder what to do when you come to Radar’s website, here are some suggestions:
Check out the blog – this keeps you informed on what’s coming up and also includes some useful trading ideas. The most recent one was the junior miner Altura, which we flagged last Friday would come up with an announcement relating t ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Wednesday, February 26, 2014
This continues tto be a good reporting season for the Small Caps tipped by Under the Radar Report with some really big increases coming from APN Media, Servcorp, Infomedia,MyNetFone, Enero, BigAir, Sirtex, Silver Chef...
Meanwhile the performance of our top tips keeps going up. It is now 176 per cent over two and a half years – led by ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Tuesday, February 25, 2014
As Under the Radar Report foreshadowed last Friday, Altura’s income is set to increase from $20 million to $45 million from the iron ore production at Mt Webber in Western Australia because the joint venture partner Atlas Iron announced today that is has board approval for production expansion.
Altura (AJM) owns 30 per cent and has be ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Monday, February 24, 2014
It pays to be Under the Radar because we shed light on dark corners of the market. Check out our issue last Thursday where we tipped North American fracking specialist Lonestar Resources. It is living up to its name, merely because Radar exposed it to our subscribers. Get ready for our Quant Report coming out this week and a big couple of weeks ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Friday, February 21, 2014
When Radar first looked at the company back in late 2011 we were impressed with the pedigree of management in led by James Brown, who had developed big coal assets in Indonesia for New Hope and had its foot on the Tabalong Coal Project in South Kalamantan, which was slated to produce about $15 million in a year in revenues. It also had a 30 per ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Thursday, February 20, 2014
I have been working on a small miner that we have analysed in the past and I'm aware of some pretty interesting information which could be released very soon. It's exciting stuff because it means the company, whose market cap is below $90m could go from earning $20m a year to $50m a year from one of its investments. Stay tuned.
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Richard Hemming - Wednesday, February 19, 2014
There have been some outstanding results coming out of Small Caps producing 20% plus climbs in their share prices. They include VoIP provider My Net Fone, advertising group Enero, mining services group WDS, residential developer Villaworld, the list goes on.
We cover all of them in tomorrow's issue, plus a new one that is trading on a forwa ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Tuesday, February 18, 2014
One key to Radar’s philosophy is that investors need to look for profits in Small Cap companies, or those outside of the bigger listed companies because the Australian market is so concentrated – the top 20 stocks in terms of market cap, which include the big banks, Telstra and the resource giants, represent about 50 per cent of the ..Read More
Richard Hemming - Monday, February 17, 2014
The reporting season has started with a bang for Under the Radar subscribers with a couple of big early performers. One, is VoIP telco operator MyNetFone whose stock has climbed 11% since it released its half year results.
Our next few issues will have a big results focus and our next one will include MyNetFone. We also include a new stock ..Read More