Boral Ltd. engages in the provision of building and construction materials. It operates through the following segments: Boral Australia, USG Boral, and Unallocated. The Boral Australia segment comprises quarries, concrete, asphalt, transport, landfill, property, cement and concrete placing, west coast bricks, roofing and masonry, and timber. The USG Boral segment is a fifty-fifty joint venture between USG Corp. and Boral Ltd. responsible for the manufacture and sale of plasterboard and associated products. The Unallocated segment involves non-trading operations and unallocated corporate costs. The company was founded on February 18, 2000 and is headquartered in North Sydney, Australia.
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Despite the “bad news” federal budget, the Master Builders Australia quarterly survey for June 2014 confirms that builder confidence is strong.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a bricks-and-mortar investor backing the “great Australian dream” or a believer in equities as a wealth-generation mechanism, when it comes to the construction boom, everyone can benefit. A handful of exceptional businesses have substantial exposure to the construction sector. They’re not the builders, they’re the suppliers and manufacturers of goods and services essential to construction activity.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In a webinar hosted at Skaffold in October 2014, financial Journalist Trevor Hoey gave his view on which sectors and stocks have the best growth prospects for Financial Year 2015. Check out the stocks and sectors trevor thinks will deliver impressive growth over the next 12 months.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
With confidence in Australia’s building industry at six-year highs, there’s never been a better time to reassess the fortunes of listed stocks significantly exposed to the much-beleaguered construction sector.
If the economic data responsible for driving the construction sector forward is any indicator, the momentum of cautious optimism looks set to continue.
Of the 23 ASX-listed stocks with varying exposure to residential property, just five achieve Skaffold’s preferred A1, A2, B1 and B2 scores for balance sheet quality and business performance. They are Leighton Holdings (LEI), Reece Australia (REH), Finbar Group (FRI), Beacon Lighting Group Ltd (BLX) and Tamawood (TWD).
Friday, July 12, 2013
August reporting season is the busiest time of year for stock market investors. More than 60% of ASX-listed companies will release their full year results in August, with the smaller mining stocks reporting by 13 September 2013.
Skaffold’s reporting season calendar is now live and will be updated daily over the next few months. The calendar lists the most popular ASX-listed companies and their expected report date. Click here to view the calendar now.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
As a Value Investor you intuitively understand the importance of buying quality stocks with a good underlying business model when they’re trading at a discount to their intrinsic value. Everything being equal, the greater the discount between price and value, the more compelling the reason to buy.
But while the opposite is equally true, investors are less confident about locking-in their profit by selling down a stock based on the same value proposition.
It’s true; the art of selling shares is considerably less predictable than buying. However, by identifying key trigger-points to prompt a timely portfolio review, we have provided you with some guiding principles for selling down a stock.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Yesterday in Skaffold 46 stocks were rated A1. Overnight that number fell to 43. Reports to flow through Skaffold overnight include Commonwealth Bank (CBA), Carsales (CRZ), Northern Star Resources (NST), Stockland (SGP), Ansell Limited (ANN), Boral (BLD), BWP Trust (BWP), Goodman Fielder (GFF) and Bradken (BKN), among others.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The intrinsic value of a company is based on its earnings and dividends, equity and debt. Declining intrinsic value is Skaffold’s second reason to sell. Of the 81 stocks listed on the ASX whose market capitalisation is at least $2b, 27 have exhibited declining intrinsic valuations - one third of Australia’s largest listed companies have disappointed shareholders.
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Over the next six weeks more than 60% of the companies listed on the ASX will report their full year results.
How will the results flow through Skaffold?
Throughout August Skaffold members will receive a weekly email highlighting a selection of companies that have reported.
Following are a few well-known companies scheduled to report their full year results over the next few weeks...
Telstra (TLS), Transurban Group (TCL), Stockland (SGP), Cochlear (COH), Credit Corp (CCP), Tabcorp (TAH), Commonwealth Bank (CBA), Newcrest Mining (NCM), Brambles (BXB), ASX Limited (ASX), Echo Entertainment (EGP), Duet Group (DUE), Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), UGL Limited (UGL), Ansell Limited (ANN), Wesfarmers (WES), Carsales.com (CRZ), Goodman Group (GMG), Monadelphous (MND), Boral (BLD), Super Retail Group (SUL), Fairfax Media (FXJ), Qantas (QAN), Cabcharge (CAB), Billabong International (BBG), BHP Billiton (BHP), Woolworths (WOW), CSL Ltd (CSL), Fortescue (FMG), Origin Energy (ORG), Amcor (AMC), AGL Energy (AGK), QR National (QRN), Insurance Australia Group (IAG), Crown (CWN), CFS Retail Property Trust (CFX), Sonic Healthcare (SHL), Ramsay Healthcare (RHC), Worleyparsons (WOR), Lend Lease (LLC), Transfield Services (TSE), Perpetual (PPT),
Click here to view a detailed reporting season calendar.