This week Ron Shamgar takes a look at an expanding healthcare services company that has traded well despite a tough operating period; a stock that could also potentially be interesting from an M&A perspective.
This week we look at two stocks that are growing through strategic acquisition plans and are set to benefit from Australia’s imminent reopening and easing of restrictions. While they are both in very different industries, they have been performing well and we believe they are good companies to own heading into the reopening tailwinds.
This week we discuss a hidden gem on the ASX and one which we believe has the ultimate investment exposure in a Covid world. With the company only listing three months ago it is yet to receive much attention from fund managers and brokers, yet it is highly profitable and on an upgrade cycle. Find out which stock below.
This week we continue our series focusing on investments paying strong dividends while still remaining good investment propositions. The first is a dividend on a growth stock, Sonic Healthcare (SHL.ASX), while the second encompasses a value stock, GPT Group (GPT.ASX).
Robert Swift further presents his case for stocks that straddle multiple sectors in looking at one particular "tech" stock that has recently had some positive newsflow.
This week the Small Cap team present a brief investment thesis for Konekt (KKT.ASX), one of their favourite holdings.
This week the TAMIM Australian Equity Small Cap team review some of the more interesting take aways from the October AGM season as it relates to their portfolio.
Everyone has been obsessed with the FAANGs, FAAMGs or "Sexy Six" for a while now but Robert Swift, manager of the Global High Conviction strategy here at TAMIM, only holds one. Robert takes a look a one of his better performing stocks of late to help explain why this is while examining the fallacy that stocks can be defined by a singular sector.
As mentioned last month, with reporting season in full swing, we will address the trading outlooks and our expectations around the upcoming results for some of our core holdings. Last month, we discussed Pioneer Credit, Fiducian and Zenitas, whilst this month we will focus on Apollo Tourism and Leisure, Elanor Investors and Konekt.
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