In this article for Money Magazine Roger discusses where investors should be looking for possible downgrades and bargains over the next few months. The three companies discussed aren’t “buys” right now, so they have a “hold” attached to their names. However, a sell-off could render them much more attractive. Read here.
In this QAV podcast I joined Tony Kynaston and Cameron Reilly to discuss the current market conditions. Even though interest rates are low, asset prices have disengaged so much from valuations which tells me we could be near the end of the rally. Listen here.
In this radio program with Philip Clark, Roger discussestensions between the US and China shaking up the global share market and posing a threat to Australian trade and investment with nervous investors wiping off billions in value from shares. What does volatility mean for investors? Which sectors have had the worst losses? Listen here.
In this article for the Herald Sun Roger takes a look at one retail company that isn’t doing it tough – Super Retail Group. It has managed to achieve solid profit growth this year despite tough retail conditions. Read here.
In this interview on Money News Roger joined Ross Greenwood to discuss the market meltdown caused by China de valuing their currency. Another topic of discussion is earnings season. Will we see a lot of companies with poor outlook statements?
Roger joined Patrick Poke on Livewire’s podcast The Rules of Investing to discuss what “quality” really means to him, some lessons on late cycle investing from Buffett himself, and two outwardly-similar companies with very different long term prospects.
This time last year we shared our investment thesis on Telstra and highlighted three sources of potential upside which we thought the market had not priced into the shares. In this article for Livewire Tim shares his views on why we continue to see opportunities for Telstra to improve its earnings in the medium term.