SG Fleet Group (SGF)
SG Fleet Group Ltd. engages in provision of fleet management, vehicle leasing and salary packaging services. The company was founded on January 15, 2014 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
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Friday, February 26, 2016
The fourth week of reporting season has seen a host of companies reporting including many of the big names. BHP Billiton’s (CODE:BHP) Skaffold score plunged from B3 to C4, as did Woodside Petroleum (CODE:WPL). Magellan Financial Group (CODE:MFG) fell from A1 to A2 as did 3P Learning (CODE:3PL). SG Fleet (SGF) fell from A1 to B3. Telstra (CODE:TLS) remained steady at B3 and Webjet (CODE:WEB) was steady at A2. Qantas (CODE:QAN) rose from C3 to C2. The latest stock to attain an A1 score is Medibank Private (MPL) which rose from A2 to A1.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
With the ASX 200 down to 5,0001 points, we all have the right to be concerned. But take a step back for a moment and consider the situation at hand. If you’ve been banking profits and moving your portfolio to cash, you’re now in a prime position to scoop up some top-notch businesses at great prices.
Yesterday in Skaffold eight stocks matched our 2015 Top Stocks filter. Today 10 stocks make the grade.
Friday, September 05, 2014
S&P announced changes to the ASX 20, ASX 200, ASX 300 and All Australian 50 and 200 today.
The mandates for some fund managers require them to hold a position in companies in one of the indexes. So as soon as a company’s moves into an index, all of a sudden its on the radar of dozens, possibly hundreds, of institutional fund managers controlling a large chunk of Australia’s superannuation pie.
For private investors, the S&P rebalance may represent an opportunity to secure your place in a business (only the best ones, of course), whose market capitalisation could be artificially pushed up by institutional shareholders scurrying to rebalance their portfolios.
Thursday, March 06, 2014
IPOs have the potential to give your portfolio entry-level access to quality stocks well positioned for a profitable future.
Unfortunately the share market has no shortage of IPOs that bombed, and relatively recent newcomers like Collins Foods and Myer have both struggled to trade above their float price. If Boart Longyear is any proxy, there’s no guarantee these stocks will rally any time soon. Since floating in 2007 BLY’s share price has fallen more than 97%.
So don’t get sucked into buying overpriced and overspruiked companies wired to uninspiring sectors with questionable growth projections destined to lose you money.