INVESTMENTS

Why We’ve Invested in Top End Energy (ASX: TEE)

Our latest Investment gives us early stage exposure to a (hopefully) large gas onshore discovery in Australia, and the country’s transition to a low carbon future

We added to our WHK position on-market last week

We are long term holders in Whitehawk (ASX: WHK) and purchased 1.3M WHK shares on market last week to add to our long term position, making it the fourth top up we have done on WHK since we first invested back in 2019.

EMN Joins an Exclusive Club: EIT InnoEnergy has Entered the Game

This morning one of our our portfolio superstar Euro Manganese Inc (ASX:EMN) just announced that European Union government backed entity EIT Inno Energy will invest €250,000 to fast track EMNs project and also help EMN secure up to €362M to develop EMN’s project.

Top 10 stocks for November

What are the top traded stocks in November? According to global multi-asset investment platform eToro, Australian retail investors piled into stocks of companies that are expected to perform well in the year to come.

The biggest deal of 2020?

The WSJ, financial information firm S&P Global is in advanced talks to buy fellow data giant IHS Markit for $44BN. If that price stands, the deal would be the largest in the US this year.

VN8 Moving up to the Next Tier of ASX Telcos

We added Vonex Ltd (ASX: VN8) to our long term portfolio in September when it was trading at 14 cents per share. We invested because VN8 is not yet well known to ASX investors, but is aspiring to attain a similar valuation to its ASX listed peers:

Millennials love Tesla, small caps on the rise and … Vulcan Energy hits $1.00

Investor sentiment for Alibaba in Australia is strong, as many see the company as a great alternative to Amazon.

It's not the time to ignore the investment clock

When looking to grow an investment portfolio, I often find that investors blindly follow the herd looking for the best bang for their buck. I also find that investors are focused on income rather than capital growth from their investments, but smart investing is about the total return you receive.

Tech giants make up top performing July stocks

Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) reported a fourth straight quarter of profits, which now means they can be considered for inclusion into the S&P 500 Index. Strong revenue numbers saw Tesla’s share price increase once again in July, reporting a $6 billion revenue, which was better than the $5.37 billion expected.

What is a cheap stock?

When the market falls heavily like it has over the past few weeks, there are two common reason investors want to get into stocks.

When the market bottoms, it’s time to buy again

As with the GFC, government action will have a large role to play in the global economic recovery and in positive sentiment coming back to the market.

SMSFs expected to outperform in the age of COVID-19

Self managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) could avoid the full brunt of COVID-19’s impact on financial markets, thanks to higher than average exposures to cash and other low-volatility assets according to research from Rainmaker Information.

Investing part 3: Taking advantage of heavily sold off stocks

The five companies Finfeed examines today all generate revenues and were profitable in the most recent reporting period. Furthermore, they were forecast to build on those profits throughout the rest of fiscal 2020.

Investing Part 2: For some companies uncertainty is nothing new

Though seemingly counter-intuitive given the broader flight from equities to safe havens such as government bonds, gold and cash, the key argument behind investing in speculative stocks at this stage of the cycle is very clear.

Investing: Is this the time to go speculative on the stock market?

While many investors steer clear of speculative stocks during periods of negative sentiment, Finfeed is going to explain why this may be the time to target such stocks.

Shares in Galileo surge on the back of exploration results

After releasing some exceptional drilling results, investors flocked to Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL) as it traded as high as 12 cents per share, up 14% on the previous day’s close.

Tiny $6M Underdog to Drill Near $22B Goliath Triggers “Giant Leverage Play”

A tiny $6M small cap is about to fire up the drill bit in NSW’s lucrative Lachlan Fold Belt targeting 3 interpreted large-scale porphyries.

Coronavirus is not a catalyst for the stock market

While the Coronavirus will continue to have some economic impact on the Australian economy for some to come, it is not nor will it be a catalyst for our market to turn bearish or crash.

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