Ron Shamgar provides an update on a number of the companies held in TAMIM's Australian equities portfolios.
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.
Kevin Smith, of API Capital and portfolio manager of the TAMIM Asia Small Companies strategy, highlights one of the more interesting stocks in the Asia Small Companies portfolio, China Water Affairs Group (0855.HKG). While water is not glamorous, it is the one commodity we cannot live with out, read further to find out why the Asia Small Companies team believes this is a stock we need to hold in our portfolio.
The Tamim Australian Equity Small Cap team provide an update on a number of their holdings following their Annual General Meetings.
Following AGM season the Small Cap team have taken the time to provide a brief update on the portfolio.
The Small Cap team takes a look at the current interest rate environment and highlights one stock worth considering in that context.
The Small Cap team, from DMX Asset Management, examine three micro cap education stocks from their portfolio.
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.
The Tamim Australian Equity Small Cap team takes a step back heading into the Australian winter vacation period to look at the local tourism sector. Backed by the tailwind of strongly increasing tourist numbers, this segment of the market is poised for strong gains. The small cap team highlights some of their favoured and less favoured opportunities.
The TAMIM Small Cap team has recently spent some time meeting with management from a number of small cap companies both from within their portfolio and also those that are potentials to be added to the portfolio. This is an important part of any professional investors process. This week they present their notes from these meetings.
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 we present a piece by the Small Cap team examining one of their favourite holdings; Joyce Corporation.
A version of this article was published in The Australian on 6 February 2018.
This week the TAMIM Australian Equity Small Cap Individually Managed Account team present their portfolio outlook for 2018. A more stock-focused piece than the other TAMIM outlooks, this is a must read for any small or micro cap enthusiasts (read investors).
This week the TAMIM Australian Equity Small Cap team review some of the more interesting take aways from the November AGM season as it relates to their portfolio.
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.
This week the Small Cap team provide a profile on one of their portfolio holdings, Elanor Investors Group (ENN.ASX).
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 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.
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.
We made the mistake of investing in the Murray River Organics (ASX:MRG) IPO at $1.30. The stock has fallen by 73% to $0.35 in the company’s turbulent 6 month listed history, and we sold out at $0.65, 50% below the IPO price. Rather than sweeping this under the carpet we see this as an opportunity to learn some valuable lessons. In this article we share around some humble pie.
This week the small cap team takes a look at their investment in Konekt (KKT.ASX), a workplace health solution provider.
This week the Small Cap team review their investment in Zenitas Healthcare Limited (ZNT.ASX).
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 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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