This week we start a new series. One focusing on something many Australian investors place great value in: dividend yield. To start off we look at Origin (ORG.ASX) and AGL Energy (AGL.ASX), both of which have proven to be rather painful experiences for the shareholder in recent years. Which brings us to the question, is it perhaps time to buy? Especially when considering the relative valuations of the businesses in both a historic context and comparison to the broader market.
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.
Infrastructure companies are essential providers of facilities and structures for the effective operation of a business, state, or economy. They are indispensable to sustainable growth and enjoy stable demand, growing profitability and provide above average yields to equity investors. Robert Swift explores one such stock.
This week we continue our exploration of the energy thematic and look at another (perhaps misunderstood) sector, nuclear, and the potential for uranium as an investment.
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