This week we continue with the Talking Top Twenty series by rounding out the Big 4 banks, looking at National Australia Bank (NAB.ASX) and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ.ASX).
With Australian reporting season now well and truly over, we take stock and return to our Talking Top Twenty series. To kick things off this time around we take a look at a couple of the Big 4 banks; Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.ASX) and Westpac (WBC.ASX).
With reporting season now over, investors can take the time to review the results. Stocks will often take time to rerate after the release of a good result as they can get lost amongst hundreds of others. This week we will talk about IGL’s results and why we believe it was one of the best on the ASX. We will also dive into CAJ’s results and look at why they should do better in a normalised environment.
This week we will continue looking at reporting season with a look at two companies that saw challenging trading conditions in the half as a result of Covid-19 impacts and explain why their outlook for FY22 is strong. Many companies saw tougher trading conditions but not all were able to navigate through the half without a severe impact on operations. Further, January has been impacted by omicron but, looking forward, we are starting to see a more normalised trading environment.
Continuing on with our reporting season notes, we will cover a few more of our key holdings across TAMIM’s Australian equity portfolios. There has been increased uncertainty across markets as geopolitical tensions in eastern Europe have come to a head alongside hawkish central bank commentary. Any company even remotely connected to the word ‘growth’ is apparently tainted and has been sold down accordingly.
Over the next few weeks we will be providing commentary on half yearly results for some of our key holdings. During February companies report their half yearly results for the period ending December 31st while also providing an outlook for the full year results. Companies will typically host a conference call with investors and you'll hear just about every analyst asking management to “provide more colour” to the results in the Q&A section to get as much commentary as possible on why the numbers came out the way they did and what to expect for the next set of results. This week we will discuss the results of MNY and SWM.
Ron Shamgar takes stock after yet another busy reporting season, looks at his portfolio and gives us three brief highlights from the recent results.
Sid Ruttala continues his exploration of the top end of the market, this time moving just past the surface of the ASX and going outside the Top Ten. This week we look at Macquarie Group (MQG), Telstra Corporation (TLS) and Rio Tinto (RIO).
We continue this week with the last of the top ten, namely FMG, WOW and TCL. Looking at the key highlights and Sid Ruttala's notes around each.
As promised, this week we continue to look through some of the key highlights, and my notes on the top end of the market (by market capitalisation). The securities this week are CSL, BHP, and Wesfarmers.
This week we go through some of the notes and key highlights from the top end of the market. A disclaimer before reading further, this is the first part of my notes on the top ten securities by market capitalisation.
Ron Shamgar takes a look at a selection of stocks - some good, some bad - following reporting season. Highlighting the important numbers and what to look for going forward, this is a must read for keen Aussie investors
Ron Shamgar takes a look at a selection of stocks - some good, some bad - following reporting season. Highlighting the important numbers and what to look for going forward, this is a must read for keen Aussie investors.
As we head into the all-important August reporting period, Ron Shamgar looks at some of our holdings in the TAMIM All Cap Individually Managed Accounts (IMA's). We examine what the key points are to look for in the results. With volatile global and Australian equity markets we have experienced over the past week, the actual results and performance of our underlying investments will be important to monitor. Interestingly this volatility may provide attractive entry points for quality companies.
This week we provide you with Part 2 of the highlights and our key takeaways from reporting season for the TAMIM All Cap portfolios.
In the midst of reporting season we have already seen and met dozens of companies that have reported their interim or full year reports. In this week’s newsletter we bring to you some of the standout results for the TAMIM All Cap Portfolios.
The TAMIM Australian Equities Small Cap team take a look at a number of their holdings and outline what they expect and hope to see in the coming reporting season.
After a period where market sentiment has been dominated by global macro issues, we see half year reporting as a chance for the market to refocus on fundamentals, and an opportunity for companies to highlight their attractive fundamentals. The portfolio continues to trade on undemanding valuations (a median price earnings multiple of less than 10x across the portfolio). Accordingly, there are a number of stocks in the portfolio which have the potential to re-rate significantly on the back of pleasing half year updates.
The Small Cap team run through their portfolio in anticipation of the results to come over reporting season.
With a look at 12 small cap stocks due to report their FY 2018 results, the team provides their thoughts on what to expect for each investment through the next 2 months.
This week Guy Carson takes a look at the Big Banks in light of their recently released results. This is an essential read in the wake of the Royal Commission.
This week the small cap team provides us with a summary of notable HY18 results from their core positions. Detailing six stocks, it is a must read for avid small cap investors.
This week the small cap team provides us with a summary of notable FY17 results from their core positions. Detailing six stocks, it is a must read for avid small cap investors.
As is traditional, with reporting season fast approaching TAMIM have asked our mangers to provide a quick preview of what they expect and hope to see over this always interesting period. This week the Small Cap team review Zenitas Healthcare, Fiducian Group and Pioneer Credit.
With Reporting Season coming to a close a few weeks back the managers behind the TAMIM Australian Equity Small Cap IMA take a look at some of their previously disclosed stocks and how they fared over what was a rocky few weeks at the smaller end of town.
Reporting Season is drawing to a close with just one week remaining. With this in mind, we thought it would be appropriate to provide an analysis of two of the bigger names to report so far. Guy Carson, manager of the TAMIM Australian Equity All Cap Value IMA, provides his thoughts on Telstra (TLS.ASX) and Brambles (BXB.ASX).
Reporting Season is well and truly underway in Australia. With this in mind we asked our Australian managers to provide a preview for the coming weeks. Here the managers of the TAMIM Australian Equity Small Cap IMA reveal what they expect to see.
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