Seven Group Holdings (SVW)
Seven Group Holdings Ltd. is an investment company, which operates through its subsidiaries, which focuses on industrial services, media, and investments. It operates through the following business segments: WesTrac Australia, WesTrac China, AllightSykes, Coates Hire, Media Investments, Energy, and Other Investments. The WesTrac Australia segment operates as an authorized caterpillar dealer in Western Australia, New South Wales, and the Australian Capital Territory; providing heavy equipment sales and support to customers. The WesTrac China segment provides heavy equipment sales and support to customers. The AllightSykes segment represents the group's operations in the manufacture, assembly, sales and support of lighting, power generation, dewatering equipment, and distribution of Perkins engines. The Coates Hire segment represents the group's equity accounted investment in Coates Group Holdings Pty Ltd., which provides a full range of general and specialist equipment to a wide variety of markets, including engineering, building construction and maintenance; mining and resources; manufacturing, government, and events. The Media Investments segment relates to investments in listed and unlisted media organizations, including but not limited to, Seven West Media Ltd. and Consolidated Media Holdings Ltd. The Energy segment relies on the production and sale of oil and gas products. The Other investments segment includes investments, property, and operations in telephony. Seven Group Holdings was founded on February 12, 2010 and is headquartered in Pyrmont, Australia.
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Wednesday, June 25, 2014
If you don’t know what to look for, picking the best stocks for your portfolio can be a daunting task. However with a few simple guidelines, finding the best stocks to invest in isn’t too hard. That’s because the very best companies - CSL, Flight Centre, Carsales.Com and REA Group, to name a few – have a few things in common.
Whether you’re investing for growth or income, or both, the first step is to identify historically sound businesses. Only then should you narrow the list to find the best growth and income stocks of the future.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Technical and fundamental analysis may be polar opposites when it comes to investing in shares. By combining the two disciplines, you can potentially enhance the timing of your buy and sell decisions, especially within a share market where volatility is the new-norm.
To understand why technical and fundamental analysis can provide a more complete picture of a company and what’s happening on the share market, you need to recognise what each methodology can bring to your decision-making.
You can’t apply a value-investing methodology to stock selection if you don’t know what a company is worth. That’s where fundamental analysis comes in. By analysing historical financial data along with forecast earnings and profit projections, you’re in a better position to predict future company performance and growth.
Technical indicators, which focus on volume and price, try to gauge the direction in which share prices might be heading. This technique can help you time your entry into top quality stocks when they’re most likely to be cheaper.
Monday, September 02, 2013
If you have children of school age, you may have received an SMS from message service provider MGM Wireless (MWR). MWR allows schools to send parents an SMS if their child has not arrived at school, in addition to general schools news, event reminders, sport notifications, emergency notices and late breaking news.
With a market capitalisation of just $9.028 million, MWR is a nano-cap stock. Its Top 20 shareholders control just under 50% of the company (they are listed in the Investor Centre on the company’s website).
Trafalgar Corporate Group (TGP) is another smaller company to update in Skaffold on Friday night. Whilst retaining an average Performance Score of ‘3’, the company’s Quality Score improved from B to A. This improvement indicates TGPs balance sheet is less likely to suffer a major liquidity event or require additional capital to sustain its ongoing business activities.
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.
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Overnight safety margins for more than 60% of ASX-listed companies updated. Why? For companies with a 30 June report date, Skaffold calculated the safety margin based on the 2013 intrinsic value forecast. Last night, as we moved into the 2014 financial year, the safety margin calculation switched over to the 2014 forecast intrinsic value estimate.
As at 28 June 2013 close of trade, 127 companies were trading at a discount to Skaffold’s intrinsic value estimate. Today 134 companies are trading at a discount. Of those, 96 are covered by analysts.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
While often overlooked by investors when analysing fundamentals, there’s no better insight into what’s left for you as a shareholder in a business once it’s paid all its bills than an analysis of cash flow. When it comes to assessing the investment quality of a company's cash flow, you should be attracted to those with sufficient money in the bank to fund their operations and produce an ongoing Funding Surplus. The greater a company’s Funding Surplus the more likely it is to avoid excessive borrowing, expand its business, pay dividends and withstand any economic downturns.
You need to be wary of well-known large-caps with unhealthy cash positions which may still attract uninformed investors due to their size. High profile stocks with large debt and poor cash flow – which contributes to poor Skaffold Scores - include: Sonic Healthcare (SHL), Seven Group Holdings (SVW), James Hardie Industries (JHX), Toll Holdings (TOL), Oil Search (OSH), Woodside Petroleum (WPL), Leighton Holdings (LEI), Asciano (AIO), Duet Group (DUE), Tabcorp Holdings (TAH), Transurban (TCL), Brambles (BXB), Origin Energy (ORG), SP AusNet (SPN), APA Group (APA) and Sydney Airport Holdings (SYD).
Saturday, March 02, 2013
Wotif.com (WTF), Troy Resources (TRY), Ainsworth Game Technology (AGI) and BC Iron (BCI) have lost their A1 Skaffold Scores. The number of companies rated A1 by Skaffold now stands at 34. Of those, 9 are trading at a discount to Skaffold’s intrinsic value estimate and 3 are forecast to rise in value over the next two years. The stocks include two of our 2013 Top 5 stocks, Flight Centre (FLT) and Mastermyne Group (MYE).
Monday, July 02, 2012
More than 50% of the companies listed on the ASX will report their full-year results next month. You can review your portfolio by checking the cash position of the ones you hold and removing those that don’t display high-quality economics. Skaffold has put together a list of large, well-known companies with unhealthy cash positions. Despite having market caps of at least $2 billion, their generally high debt and poor cash flow contribute to Skaffold Scores of B4, B5, C1, C2, C3, C4 or C5.