Warren Buffet's story related to Orangutans flipping coins

Stock Market Secrets: Orangutans

The concept for this article has been unashamedly stolen from Warren Buffet although it has been given an an Australian flavour. He expounded the US version in a speech in 1984 commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the book Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, the bible of value investing. He called his speech…

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Webjet Limited (ASX: WEB) Buy hold sell

BUY HOLD SELL – Webjet Limited (ASX: WEB)

Webjet Limited (ASX: WEB) provides online travel bookings. WEB provides services in regional consumer markets, as well as global wholesale markets via the online channel. It operates through two segments, including Business to Consumer Travel (B2C Travel) and Business to Business Travel (B2B Travel). The Company’s B2C division consists of Webjet and Online Republic brands.…

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Diary of A Free Man

One of our members retired at 50 to become a full-time trader, hoping that he could shrug off the rat race and the typical work sleep work life. Fifteen years later he is still 'retired' and still trading full-time. After 15 years of investing, he calls it what it turned out to be, trading not…

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Why the Aussie Dollar Matters

International investors are thought to hold anywhere between 35% and 45% of the Australian market and the money is ‘mobile’, in other words it is held in the hands of fund managers, like Fidelity, whose offices are in New York, or London, and their benchmarks are global stock-market indices (mostly MSCI indices). Australia has been…

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CSL (ASX: CSL) buy hold sell


What to do with CSL? The stock is ~20% off its February high and in a technical downtrend. Blood plasma collections in the US and brokers see more downside risk in the short term. Results are fast approaching (August 19) which has left many investors wondering what to do. CSL (ASX: CSL) is a high-quality…

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Reporting Season Guide – August 2020

‘Tis the Season to be Careful Once again August is upon us, a time that the industry either dreads or loves. So many company results that it is hard to keep up. Analysts burn the midnight oil and investors tremble on their pronouncements. This year is set to be a one-off (hopefully). We have seen…

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