Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX 20. This week his notes visit and review Brambles (BXB.ASX) and Amcor (AMC.ASX). A must read for the Australian investor.
Ron Shamgar provides an update on a number of the companies held in TAMIM's Australian equities portfolios.
Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX20. This week his notes visit and review Newcrest Mining (NCM.ASX) and Woodside Petroleum (WPL.ASX). A must read for the Australian investor.
Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX20. This week his notes visit and review Transurban (TCL.ASX) and Goodman Group (GMG.ASX).
Ron Shamgar provides an update on a number of the companies held in TAMIM's Australian equities portfolios. This is an excerpt from the last TAMIM Fund: Australia All Cap monthly report, you can access the full report here.
Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX20. This week his notes visit and review Telstra Corporation (TLS.ASX) and Rio Tinto (RIO.ASX).
Today we are writing about the fast growing sports betting industry emerging in America and a mid cap that is well positioned to benefit. PointsBet (PBH.ASX), one of 2020’s hottest stocks, is an online bookmaker offering sports betting services in Australia while also launching operations in the sport betting market in America. They currently have market access to fourteen US states and are looking to capitalise as an early mover in the new online gambling market in the US. Ever heard the saying “the house always wins”? PointsBet might be the opportunity for investors to win from gambling without the “house cut”.
Once again, Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX20. This week his notes visit and review Woolworths Group (WOW.ASX) and Macquarie Group (MQG.ASX).
This week we take a quick look at three companies that should benefit from borders reopening and the resumption of travel around the world. Typically, investors consider the Flight Centres (FLT.ASX) and Webjets (WEB.ASX) of this world when thinking of travel beneficiaries, but in this case we are examining a few tech-based businesses that, perhaps more indirectly, we believe will benefit.
Sid Ruttala continues his journey through the ASX20. This week his notes visit and review CSL Ltd. (CSL.ASX) and Wesfarmers Ltd (WES.ASX).
Continuing to work our way through the ASX20, this week we visit and review BHP Group (BHP.ASX) and Fortescue Metals Group (FMG.ASX).
This week we will be talking about a little known Australian micro cap company, K2Fly (K2F.ASX). K2F is an enterprise software company that is looking to capitalise on a major transformation in the mining industry. K2F offers SaaS (software as a service) solutions helping mining companies improve their ESG (environmental, social and governance) standards. They also provide consulting and tailored advice for asset intensive industries including mining, utilities, infrastructure and government.
As promised, this week we continue to look through some of the key highlights, and my notes, on the top end of the market. The securities this week are NAB and ANZ.
This week we take a look at one of our top performing investments from the last year, a stock we wrote about on multiple occasions. This week we would like to explain our investment journey; why we backed the company then, our entry and exit prices and ultimately what changed our mind in January and February this year that caused us sell the stock.
This week we return to our Top Twenty series. Six months since our last review, we look to provide an update on the companies. This week, Commonwealth Bank and Westpac. Read on!
In general, the market and investors like companies that make acquisitions. Acquisitions that add scale and capabilities and are done at attractive valuations can be very accretive to a company. There are some companies that are definitely more acquisitive than others. Whether a company makes a large or small deal, some acquisitions can be more strategically beneficial and transformational than others. With this in mind, we discuss three companies we own that made very strategic deals last week.
In a previous article, we gave a rationalisation for why, despite seemingly irrational valuations, we remain overweight equities here at TAMIM. This week we continue to explore this but with a caveat, that is the potential for inflation and the reasons why it might pay to be more discerning in your asset allocation. And what are some of the businesses we have invested in to take advantage?
Some of the best opportunities on the ASX in recent times have been microcaps. Companies where the business models are scalable, management have a track record of execution, and, more importantly, companies that are well funded. Altium and EML, as best-case examples, were sub-$50m microcaps just 7-8 years ago and are multibillion dollar businesses today.
This week we thought it would be valuable to highlight Ron Shamgar's recent monthly report. Ron has delivered a stellar return for our investors over the last couple of years, managing the portfolio through the covid crisis with aplomb.
Ron Shamgar takes stock after yet another busy reporting season, looks at his portfolio and gives us three brief highlights from the recent results.
Ron Shamgar provides an update on a number of the companies held in TAMIM's Australian equities portfolios. This is an excerpt from the January 2021 TAMIM Fund: Australia All Cap monthly report, you can access the full report here.
This week we look at the automotive market and the current buoyant conditions we are seeing due to a combination of cashed up consumers, increased use of private transport due to Covid and domestic holidaying resulting from border closures. We have also seen national new vehicle sales up 11% in January, sustaining double digit growth since November 2020.
This week I write about a favourite topic and one that I believe will fundamentally drive investment markets over the next decade. We’ve all seen the headlines around electric vehicles, rare-earths and commodities heading higher more broadly, some of us have seen ourselves get a little ‘richer’ as a result. But let me delve a little deeper, why I’m personally invested and where I see this market heading.
This week we take a look at three stocks that are both defensive in nature but still in their high growth emerging phase of their business evolution. All stocks are high conviction holdings in the TAMIM Fund: Australia All Cap portfolio.
Coming to the end of 2020, Ron Shamgar provides an update on a number of the companies held in TAMIM's Australian equities portfolios. After a strong 2019, this year had been shaping up to be another good year until the pandemic hit Australian shores. The companies below are amongst the holdings that have helped the portfolio deliver a strong year despite the challenges in the stock market.
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