Due to popular demand and in light of his recent strong performance, we have decided to publicly release the recording of Ron Shamgar's recent Webinar and Q&A. Ron is Head of Australian Equities at TAMIM and currently oversees the All Cap IMA portfolios along with the Small Cap Income portfolio for the TAMIM Fund.
This week we take a look at what makes a business an attractive investment opportunity and examine what we look for in our search for the next opportunity.
Heading into election weekend, Ron Shamgar, Head of Australian Equities and Portfolio Manager of the Small Cap Income and All Cap portfolios, takes a look at some of Labor's key policies and analyses some winners and losers should they win .
Ron Shamgar, Head of Australian Equities, takes a quick look at the key recommendations, winners and losers to come out of the Royal Commission report that was released early this week. We take a quick (we will keep it brief as we are sure you are being bombarded with similar articles) look at the outcome of the Royal Commission and impact on the different industries and businesses affected.
In light of the recent CSR results Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management, revisits one of his favourite topics from the past eighteen months.
Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management and the TAMIM All Cap Value strategy, takes an in-depth look at one aspect of the property boom that is often misunderstood by market commentators.
Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management and manager of the TAMIM All Cap Value strategy, examines the current state of the economic cycle both at home and abroad. There are a few things to be mindful of heading into this late stage.
Guy Carson looks to the past in examining what is happening with valuations in the tech sector. Have we seen this before?
Guy Carson took some time out of reporting season to examine three key risks he sees in an Australian market that may be getting a little ahead of itself.
Guy Carson examines the current state of valuations in the Australian market. Some might argue that more than just a couple of stocks are looking a bit pricey.
Guy Carson re-examines the yield stocks he presented over a year ago and provides an update on the list.
Australian equity investors are obsessed with dividends and with good reason. Over the last decade, the benchmark return has been dominated by them. A big reason for this is that compared to global peers, our largest companies pay out a significant proportion of their earnings. Unfortunately this means they retain less capital for growth.
Heading into a new financial year, Guy Carson takes a look at the state of the Australian economy and provides his expert views on what to expect going forward.
This week Guy Carson takes an in depth look at the retail sector, the impact of online retail and a stock that he owns to gain exposure to the sector.
In light of the recent Blue Sky drama, Guy Carson takes a look at how he identifies companies with potential for these blow ups. Digging into GetSwift, Big Un and Blue Sky, this is a must read for any self-directed investor looking to avoid getting caught up in blow ups like these.
This week Guy Carson takes a look at the Royal Commission into banking and examines what the impact could be for your bank shares.
This week we present an article penned by Guy Carson for the April 2018 edition of the Australian Shareholders' Association's Equity magazine.
This article was originally published in Equity, Vol. 32 #3, April 2018.
In the wake of Donald Trump's recent twitter activity concerning tariffs, Guy Carson has penned his thoughts on the subject. Guy looks at the logic (or lack thereof) of the decision and its potential impacts.
The panic on markets over the last week was trigger by higher wage inflation fears in the US and what this could do to interest rates. Guy Carson takes a quick look at what the impact of impact of higher interest rates could be on your Australian equity portfolio.
Guy Carson presents his outlook for the 2018 calendar year. Taking a look at what has happened in the last twelve months, Guy discusses what to expect from the Australian economy in the year to come and some interesting sectors to watch accordingly.
This week Guy Carson takes a look at the Australian GDP figure and digs in to how it impacts the everyday share portfolio.
There has been much commentary surrounding the ASX breaking through the 6,000 barrier. This week Guy Carson weighs in and looks at whether the run can continue or not.
Guy Carson, manager of the TAMIM Australian All Cap Value portfolio, has had an excellent year to date. This success has come from not only picking good stocks but also from managing the portfolio risk when he occasionally picks the wrong stock. This week, to illustrate how to minimise losses and maximise gains, Guy takes a look at one of his recent mistakes alongside some of his better picks.
This week Guy Carson takes a look at REITs and their potential role as the source of crisis in the Australian economy.
A version of this article was published in The Australian on 21 October 2017.
Guy Carson takes a look at the series of booms that have been propping up the Australian economy over the last decade and where we might be headed from here.
Every six months in Australia, reporting season comes around. It’s an important time for investors as it gives us a chance to see in detail how companies are travelling and, in some cases, what their outlook is for the year ahead. As a result, February and August become important times for shaping portfolios and generating investment ideas. Whilst every result will be scrutinised, we believe this reporting season there are a number of major questions outstanding for which we will receive further clarification.
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