Women and the importance of investing
As publisher of Under the Radar I would really like more women to invest.The ugly truth is that Australian women retire with significantly less superannuation
than men, and more than 80% are likely to retire with inadequate savings to fund our retirement.
At the moment only 20% of our subscribers are women. But the women who I talk to really like Under the Radar; they find it easy to follow and understand because our recommendations and reasons are clear and they like our style.
Our expert analysts number crunch and then we produce copy that everyone can understand.
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17 STOCK Blockbuster
And Tomorrow is a good time to start reading our reports because it is a blockbuster! Our team of analysts has worked around the clock to deliver subscribers the low down on 17 small caps that reported late last week.
They’ve come up with SIX BUYS from among the bunch in sectors as diverse as food, manufacturing, technology, biotechnology and mining services.
Included in tomorrow’s report are big performers such as Cabcharge, which has returned close to 50% since we first tipped it in October 2015. Tim Boreham runs his ruler over the company and determines whether there is still value to be had in Australia’s largest processor of cab fares.
Other big winners we’ve picked that we cover in tomorrows issue include the electrical and instrumentation services group Southern Cross Electrical, the producer of dental products to treat sleep apnoea SomnoMed, the salmon harvester, Tassal and the pharmaceutical company Mayne Pharma.