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Whenever you hear a version of the Mark Twain quote “the report of my death was an exaggeration”, you can be pretty sure that it’s come from a conversation...
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In tomorrow's issue, and then next week as well, we're going to cover 12 big dividend paying Small Caps.
Under the Radar advocates both a defensive and offensive attitude to portfolio construction for those investors worried about the problem of North Korea.
Many investors have made a lot of money from Listed Property Trusts in the wake of the financial crisis. After all, you’ve had the combination of a...
Making money from the Stock Market over the long-term is being able to take advantage of short-term share price gyrations; we often see opportunities to Buy and Sell Small Caps during reporting season. Expect a few big reports in the coming weeks.
I spend much of my time looking for quality ASX shares for Australian investors. Here are my ten quality criteria, which includes special mention from some of my favourite ASX small caps. These are the sort of shares that can remain in a share portfolio for a long-time. You know what I’m talking about. If ASX share BHP halved in price tomorrow, you would want to buy more. This is a share that is going to be around forever. What I’m talking about are the BHPs of the small cap world. The types of shares that if they fall, you would want to buy more.
Everyone hears lots of stories of a friend who made a mint and who has “got into shares” and seems to be doing better than you are.
Under the Radar Report looks into how the COVID-19 crisis has widened the universe of quality ASX stocks to buy for investors that will boost your portfolio. These mid cap ASX stocks are now small caps.
Get in quick while this stock is still cheap and Under the Radar!
2020 has rewarded bravery but what to do now is the perennial question in investing. We did the right thing being aggressive in the teeth of COVID-19 back in March and April, taking the view that the stimulus packages, in particular the US Federal Reserve money printing machine, would underpin asset prices.
Under the Radar Report is all about investing for the long-term. We look in depth at companies balance sheets because we realise that growth needs to be underpinned by solid foundations. Income is important, but the balance sheet is where value is ultimately derived. Join today and access this report and take advantage of our Christmas Special with a bonus two months for free!
In this video, our editor Richard Hemming and Resource Analyst Peter Chilton discuss the energy stocks you need to charge up your ASX Share Portfolio. Watch the video to discover the stocks.
We go through our experience with McPherson’s (MCP) to highlight why owning stocks is not simply, set and forget. Making money is not just about picking winners, it’s about taking profits to generate big gains. You need to recognise value because the market is a pendulum and you need to benefit from excess optimism as well as pessimism. So when do you take profits?
Latest research on four top gold stocks ASX; Northern Star Resources (NST), Evolution Mining (EVN), OceanaGold (OGC) and Pantoro (PNR).
Building a small cap investment portfolio can be daunting, but it is essential to know how to start investing your money so that you maximise your portfolio growth. It's important to know how many stocks to invest in and evaluate your asset allocation.
Under the Radar Report urged small cap investors to buy small parcels of shares and not to chase share prices. This has proved to be the right advice for our small cap investors. Hear what our advice is now that the market has bounced hard.
These are three undervalued stocks ASX that investors should know about including Austal (ASB), Ingenia Communities (INA) and Tassal (TGR).
These high dividend stocks for 2020 fly under the radar and can give investors income through dividends plus share price growth potential.
It pays to listen to the experts and that is why this week our editor Richard Hemming interviewed eight of Australia's best performing fund managers to uncover their investment strategies.
Gold stocks have finally jumped to a new US$ high, surpassing its 2011 peak. Can the Gold stocks run continue? Is it time to take profits? How many gold sotcks should you own and in what form. In this article we answer these questions and more.
Learn from Australia's top fund managers on their stock tips. Today is part 1 of Under the Radar Report's Australia's top fund managers' round table where our editor Richard Hemming interviews Australia's top fund managers and uncovers their stock tips. Australia's top fund managers give their opinion on the big picture, the small picture and all that lies in between.
Why Should I Invest in Blue Chip Shares? Blue Chip shares help ASX investors protect and build their wealth. Don't know which Blue Chip shares to invest in? Sign up today and access this week's Blue Chip Price Targets to help you invest.
Blue Chip Value’s focus isn’t to hop onto investment band wagons, it’s to generate sustainable income and to build subscribers’ wealth into the future. In tomorrow’s issue we look at the Blue Chip Value Portfolio and run through its foundations. This showcases how subscribers can achieve these aims and be able to sleep at night.
Under the Radar Report’s Portfolio Manager The Idle Speculator recounts a very personal story, highlighting how longevity, a watchful eye and patience were the keys to transforming a losing trade into a big winner.
As we discussed in late July, the gold price will ebb and flow, but will continue to benefit from unlimited money printing, which most recently has been triggered by central bankers’ various responses to the coronavirus, led by the US Federal Reserve. As we said then: the importance of buying gold stocks ASX has only increased.
ASX investors don't want to miss tomorrow's stock report as we cover a new disruptive stock that you won't have heard of. Everyone knows about the disruptive stocks Afterpay (APT) and Zip Co (Z1P), but the big money in disruption is often made from the stocks people don’t know about. Yes, the ASX Small Caps that are Under the Radar.
At Tesla’s Battery Day last week reference was made to lithium being so abundant that “there is enough lithium resource in Nevada to supply the entire US market”. The immediate market reaction for many lithium stocks was negative, but some perspective needs to be pointed out in this nascent industry. Under the Radar Report's resources analyst Peter Chilton makes some observations:
Here at three high growth ASX stocks including Olpara Health Technologies (VHT), Nanosonics (NAN), and Medical Developments (MVP). What we’re looking for is organic growth, which is the holy grail for all growth stocks both big and small.
To celebrate Under the Radar Report's ninth birthday we are releasing case studies on nine stocks to showcase how important Small Caps are for growing your ASX share portfolio.
This week's Small Cap Report is jam packed with Small Cap buying opportunities for investors. We give investors 22 stocks picked by our subscribers, a lithium special report and 9 best stocks to buy.
Under the Radar stock report looks at the themes driving the Buy Now Pay Later sector including the increasing pace at which retail is shifting to online; the decline in consumer spending; the effect of heightened credit risk on defaults; government stimulus and regulatory risk. Under the Radar Report recommends how ASX small cap investors can generate cash from a trading market.
Under the Radar Report provides information for small cap investors on the best time to engage in a sell transaction regarding ASX shares.
Under the Radar Report's Portfolio Manager The Idle Speculator gives ASX investors advice on how to generate big returns for your Share Portfolio.
Under the Radar Report have three Small Cap dividend stocks that our analysts agree represent good value. The average dividend is well over 5%, not including franking credits.
Listed Investment Companies have been under pressure in recent months, on average trading at their largest historic discount to their net tangible asset valuations through a combination of increasing supply and poor performance. In this article we look in detail at Listed Investment Companies.
Find out in tomorrow's Stock Report what we think of one of Australia’s emerging gas providers. We also cover a hot new gold stock and include part 3 of our Fund Managers Round Table were we ask eight of Australia's top Fund Managers which mining companies they are buying.
We cover five energy stocks to buy includning Cooper Energy (COE), Origin Energy (ORG), Worely (WOR), Apa Group (APA) and discuss why gas and to a lesser extent oil prices are spiking.
Many ASX energy companies are mired in current difficulties obscuring the future profit growth from higher spot gas prices.
You can’t go past BHP Group (ASX:BHP) this week. The Big Australian is spinning off its oil and gas assets into Woodside Petroleum (ASX:WPL), which gives BHP shareholders a standalone oil and gas exposure. It’s another huge deal but it says so much about investing.
Watch Episode 7 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, WiseTech (ASX:WTC), Nanosonic (ASX:NAN), Nearmap (ASX:NEA), Kogan (ASX:KGN), MNF Group (ASX:MNF), and The Reject Shop (ASX:TRS).
Richard Hemming, Editor, investigates two small cap retailers, who both announced their results to the ASX this week. Kogan, whose share price dropped 15%, despite it being a genuine growth story. Whilst the discount retailer, The Reject Shop (ASX:TRS), has spiked 20%, but for how long?
Vulcan Energy (ASX;VUL) is going ballistic. A year ago its shares were well under $1 and today they’re not far off its recent highs of $15.45! Peter Chilton analyses in detail what’s going on and whether there is more money to be made.
Watch Episode 8 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Austco Healthcare (AHC), Paragon Care (PGC), People Infrastructure (PPE), Retail Food Group (ASX:RFG) and more...
Last week you couldn’t go past BHP; this week it’s all about FMG. The former made a record bottom line profit of US$17.1bn, but Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) isn’t far behind at US$10.3bn, a phenomenal amount of money in anyone’s books, and even more when translated into A$.
We compare two similar travel booking companies Flight Centre (ASX:FLT) and Helloworld Travel (HLO). We tell you why ASX investors which to buy and which to sell.
Watch Episode 9 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Panoramic Resources (ASX:PAN), Paladin Energy (ASX:PDN), Boss Energy (ASX:BOE) and more...
Looking into the future is part of what investing all about. we analyse in depth two commodites, Uranium and Nickel, which we believe are set up for powering our future in a sustainable world.
The building block for industrialisation is tumbling, its price having declined 43% in the past three months. Although China’s steel production is under pressure due to carbon reduction measures, we look at why the demand for iron ore puts a floor under current prices
Watch Episode 10 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Alumina (ASX:AWC), Hansen Technology (ASX:HSN), Infomedia (ASX:IFM) and more...
Under the Radar Report celebrates 10 Years of Small Cap Investing. We've met some amazing CEOs with vision and little Aussie companies with a big future, that are no longer little. 10 years have been a fun and profitable ride with Small Caps. You should give them a go.
Ten simple steps to secure your Australian investing. After 10 years at Under the Radar Report we'd like to share 10 practical investment lessons for creating wealth from share investing.
In the past six months Bitcoin and the equity markets have been climbing, while gold has been falling. We look at what the driving factors are and why we think select gold stocks are looking good at current levels.
The share prices of Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Rio Tinto (RIO) and BHP (BHP) have weakened in the past month with their exposure to iron ore determining the extent of the decline. FMG continues to look the best value, but clearly there is significant iron ore risk. This week in our Blue Chip Value Report we analyse FMG and RIO and in the next report we’ll focus on BHP. Join now to access these reports.
Watch Episode 12 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Tua (ASX:TUA), Fortescue Metals (ASX:FMG), Vulcan Energy (ASX:VUL) and more...
Watch Episode 13 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Appen (ASX:APX), Helloworld Travel (ASX:HLO), 1414 Degrees (ASX:14D), Australian Strategic Resources (ASX:ASM) and more...
Pockets of value are turning up all over the place in ASX small caps as giants like Facebook hit turbulence. Speaking of which, we covered Helloworld Travel (HLO) less than a month ago and its stock has spiked over 40% since then.
Watch Episode 14 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Auswide Bank (ASX:ABA), MyState (ASX:MYS), Hastings Technology Metals (ASX:HAS), EcoGraf (ASX:EGR), Novonix (ASX:NVX), PlaySide Studios (ASX:PLY) and more...
Is the great bogey man of history, inflation, rearing its head? Should investors be worried? That’s what we’re here to discuss.
A great deal of attention is on gas at the moment, but big opportunities are in oil as its price moves well beyond pre-pandemic levels. We look at why existing producers and smaller oil producers, in particular, are in the box seat.
Introducing Stocks & Beers with Rich where our editor Richard Hemming sits down and talks to ASX investors about this week's stock news. Click to watch the video now.
Three ASX stocks to watch include Berkely Energia (ASX: BKY), Eden Innovations (ASX: EDE) and Energy World Corporation (ASX: EWC)
Three ASX Small Cap investment ideas, including Pilbara Minerals (PLS); AVA Risk (AVA); and Laserbond (LSB).
Find out what the Delta Variant has Changed in the Blue Chip stock market, and what this means for ASX Investors.
Watch Episode 2 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Macquarie Telecom (MAQ), Praemium (PPS), Evolution Mining (EVN).
Lithium demand is climbing faster than expected with Electric Vehicle sales exceeding forecasts in 2021 as shown graphically below. This has led to increases in demand forecasts, and substantial increases in prices for lithium relating to battery inputs
Watch Episode 3 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, European Metals Holding (EMH), Vulcan Energy (VUL), Orocobre (ORE) and more.
It was only last April that Under the Radar Report talked about takeovers and mergers ramping up, and guess, what? Three months later and that trend is only accelerating, Read more...
When we first started covering Afterpay, in May 2017, the stock was $2.51, with a total market cap of $450m, net cash of $21m. The Square Inc bid, announced on Monday, is worth $40bn and Afterpay’s price is now over $128. That’s some value creation in just over four years!
Watch Episode 4 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Afterpay (ASX: APT), Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO), Lake Resources (ASX:LKE), Praemium (ASX: PPS) and more...
Excitingly, Rio Tinto's record dividend wasn't what surprised us. What did was the miner's comments on lithium. We've never known the mining giant to be so open on prospects for any particular metals; they never look too far out from normal and are extremely conservative. But now RIO is talking about 25-35% a year demand growth for lithium over the next decade!
Some of Australia’s top investors deliver their opinion on the big picture, the small picture and all that lies in-between. A must read for anyone looking to profit in 2021 and beyond.
Watch Episode 5 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, Huon Aquaculture (ASX: HUO), Commbank (ASX: CBA), Praemium (ASX: PPS), Nick Scali (ASX: NCK), Myer (ASX: MYR), AVA Risk (ASX: AVA) and more...
No stocks are simply set and forget, let alone those exposed to the huge structural shift occurring in the automotive industry. The Electric Vehicle industry literally came from nowhere and demand for lithium is delivering a supply response, with production expansion and many projects in the pipeline.
Some of Australia’s top investors deliver their opinion on the big picture, the small picture and all that lies in-between. A must read for anyone looking to profit in 2021 and beyond. In this series, Richard Hemming asks 8 of Australia's top fund managers key questions on investing. These are excerpts from questions 5-8.
Some of Australia’s top investors deliver their opinion on the big picture, the small picture and all that lies in-between. A must read for anyone looking to profit in 2021 and beyond. In this series, Richard Hemming asks 8 of Australia's top fund managers key questions on investing. These are excerpts from the last 4 questions
Watch Episode 6 of Stocks & Beers with Rich now! Stocks of the Week include, BHP (ASX:BHP), AVA Risk (ASX:AVA), Alliance Aviation (ASX:AQZ), Money3 (ASX:MNY) and more...
All investors, whether you are an individual or a corporate acquirer, are interested in companies producing good cash flow, which also happens to underpin dividends.
Our dividend portfolios have substantially outperformed because a number of our dividend paying small caps have been taken over, driving up the share price.
It's about fundamental analysis.You want to see each company's ability to generate sustainable and growing earnings.
In this article we give you three dividend paying small caps that show exactly this. They have delivered strong dividends over the long term and also look good value to buy now.
The copper price has run hard and could pull back, but that doesn’t mean that copper stocks aren’t worth buying. Our resources analyst Peter Chilton looks at the fundamentals, having spoken to a number of miners. As he says, “the copper outlook presents a great potential for explorers, producers and investors.”
Our editor Richard Hemming discusses three steps to build a growth portfolio so that you get the benefits of investing in high growth Small Caps plus the long-term benefit of investing in the broad stock market. Three steps to build a growth portfolio. Step 1: Diversification. Step 2: How many stocks to own. Step 3: Selecting the right stocks.
Five ASX stocks to watch in June 2021 including Adore Beauty (ABY), Diatreme Resources (DRX), Ecograf (EGR) and Wotso Property (WOT).
Uranium stocks ASX are booming, including Paladin Energy (PDN) that we tipped six weeks ago and is already up 25%. About us
Our ASX Small Cap share portfolio is up 38% and beating the S&P Small Ords Index. Our Portfolio Managers goes into detail about our latest Small Cap transactions and investment advice.
Following a flurry of selling earlier this month, normal service has been resumed and global equities are heading northward. What happened? The US inflation measure is the rate of change in the consumer price index (CPI), which this month came in much higher than expected, increasing 4.2% over 12 months to 31 April, the largest increase since September 2008, when it rose 4.9%. You would have to go back to the 1990s to see a rise above 5%.
Three ASX energy stocks to buy now Cooper Energy (COE), Origin Energy (ORG) and Worley (WOR).
The combination of increasing short-term demand and the reduction in new oil projects and likely oil exploration will tighten the supply demand balance, likely leading to higher oil prices. This is why it is definitely worth investing selectively in oil stocks that have existing producing and high probability growth assets.
In this article we give ASX investors three dividend stocks to watch; Gale Pacific (ASX: GAP), Southern Cross Eletrical (ASX: SXE), and Capral (ASX: CAA).
“Inflation”, “inflation”, “inflation”, that’s all you hear. One question: why is the US Treasury 10 year bond yield only 1.6%? This indicates that aggregate demand in the world’s biggest economy isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon, which means inflation isn’t of concern to the giants of the markets: the bond traders. Here, Blue Chip Value discusses why interest rates aren’t going up any time soon and which stocks are the big beneficiaries. Get settled in.
Here are three ASX stocks to watch now including Dubber (ASX: DUB), Vintage (ASX: VEN) and Vital Metals (ASX: VML). Our analyst team run the run our investment ruler these stocks to watch and give you our Radar Diagnosis.
We’re bullish on the periodic table’s lightest metal because of increasing demand and supply constraints, which include the lengthy commissioning for new projects and the high quality required for battery manufacture.
We love finding new and interesting stocks in growth industries. In this video, Richard and our analysts tell you four nuclear stocks to invest in right now.
We look at the actual risk that inflation poses for markets, discussing the macro picture with regard to the history of monetary policy. Then we look at what this means for investors and how to make money out of this uncertainty.
Stocks, or equities as on asset class gives better returns than bonds or property because of competition for capital. In Australia, there is the added and important benefit that domestic earnings are treated preferentially by the tax office. Investors here get imputation or franking credits.
In this article we give you our three outperforming ASX small cap stocks including Pilbara Minerals (PLS), AVA Risk (AVA) and LaserBond (LBL).
This Financial Year, Under the Radar Report has initiated coverage on 12 new Small Caps.
The good news is that because of our investing bias towards long-term, with a horizon of over 3 years, we remain very positive on most of these stocks. There remains significant money to be made from these Small Caps.
Unlike any time previously, stock analysis now requires consideration of carbon emission reduction strategies, or more broadly, environmental and sustainability initiatives. Investors will be increasingly cautious of a lithium company which is itself a heavy carbon emitter. These issues will influence the decisions of investors such as pension funds, financiers such as banks as well as customers.
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