Archive: October, 2019

October 21, 2019

Why you need to include cybersecurity in your investment thesis

By Andreas Lundberg

According to the Australian Government’s Cyber Security Review, cybercrime is costing the nation up to $1 billion annually in direct costs alone. And the costs are rising. Clearly, it’s time for investors to factor the risk, and potential impact, of cyberattacks on the businesses they invest in.
October 18, 2019

Why I think NextDC is undervalued

By Gary Rollo

What’s going on with the share price of data center provider NextDC (ASX: NXT)? Over the past year, it has massively underperformed other firms in both the tech and AREIT sectors.
October 15, 2019

Where does Montgomery invest its cash?

By Dean Curnow

For those unaware, Montgomery has a dual objective in its flagship equity strategies being The Montgomery Fund and Montgomery Global Fund, and that is to outperform their respective, full invested equity benchmarks over the medium to longer term, whilst also aiming to preserve invested capital as much as we can in equity markets.
October 11, 2019

Are stock valuations naturally biased upwards?

By Daniel Wu

Conventional wisdom and historical evidence support the observation that “stock prices always go up over time”. On a long enough timeline, stock returns of substantially all developed countries have been positive, driven by inflation and real GDP growth if nothing else.
October 4, 2019

Why valuation still matters

By Joseph Kim

There has been a lot written about the death of value investing, and how growth investing has outperformed significantly over recent years. However, it is important to distinguish the difference between the traditional concepts of “value” investing – i. e.
October 1, 2019

Why did Nufarm’s share price rally following its result?

By Stuart Jackson

The share price of agricultural chemical company Nufarm (ASX:NUF) increased 26 per cent on Monday following the release of its earnings results for the 12 months to July 2019. The company also announced the sale of its Latin American businesses to its major shareholder, Sumitomo. The earnings results were largely in line with sell side analyst forecasts.

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