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%.
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.
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.”
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.
Under the Radar Report has a strong track record of picking ASX Small Cap Gold stocks. Right now we think select gold stocks look like great value at current levels. Today we give you Pantor a small cap gold producer.