iSelect Ltd. offers online driven comparison service, which compares insurance, household utilities and personal finance products. It provides consumers with the convenience of online comparison and the benefit of telephone-based advice and sales. The company operates its business through its segments: Health Insurance, Life & General Insurance and Energy & Telecommunications. The Health Insurance segment offers comparison and referral services across the private health insurance category. The Life and General Insurance offers comparison, purchase and referral services across a range of life insurance, car insurance and other general insurance products. The Energy and Telecommunications segment engages in offering comparison, purchase and referral services across a range of household utilities including electricity, gas and broadband products. iSelect was founded by Damien Waller and David Urpani in 2000 and is headquartered in Cheltenham, Australia.
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Thursday, May 29, 2014
Another positive announcement, another share price spike.
Given Technology One’s track record – a top rated stock for nine of the past 10 years – should the market be surprised?
Skaffold’s automated algorithms crunched the half-year numbers last night and deemed TNE worthy of retaining its A1 status. What’s your view? Do you already own TNE? Are you buying?
Monday, December 16, 2013
Investors who expected the recent avalanche of floats to offer up the best chance of a sequel to the 17.4% return the market delivered to 30 June and 21% year-on-year, have received a crude reminder. For a myriad reasons, none the least being overpriced and over spruiked companies wired to uninspiring sectors, most IPOs are best left alone.
The number of lack-lustre floats this year is a reminder that all IPOs need to be pressure-tested to ensure they’re both investment worthy and attractively priced. That’s especially true where listings are owned by private equity firms queuing up to exit and hedge funds that are also circling for a piece of the action.
Our four IPO tips will help you identify true quality and value within the mixed bag of floats coming up in 2014.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Inspired by the success of the recent float of fertility clinic operator Virtus Health (VRT), another dozen floats worth around $3.7 billion are expected to come to market between now and year’s end. If the calibre of companies in the float pipeline is anything to go by, this offers you a rare ground-floor entry into quality stocks on the cusp of a promising growth trajectory.
The share market has no shortage of IPOs that bombed, and relatively recent newcomers like Collins Foods (CKF) and Myer (MYR) have both struggled to trade above their float price.
To avoid future disasters you need to pressure-test your argument for IPOs against key performance criteria. Skaffold’s IPO tips should help you unearth the next Flight Centre (FLT) and avoid the buying the next Myer (MYR).