Tamawood Ltd. designs and constructs residential buildings. It operates through the following segments: Construction QLD, Construction NSW, Franchising, and Renewable Energy. The Construction QLD segment engages in the home design, project management services and associated activities including home contract construction activities in selected markets. The Construction NSW segment handles construction activities in New South Wales. The Franchising segment engages in the franchising and licensing operations in regional Queensland, New South Wales and New Zealand. The Renewable Energy segment generates and trades of renewable energy certificates associated with solar products. The company was founded by Lev Mizikovsky in July 1989 and is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia.
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Friday, August 12, 2016
This week saw a lot more action on the reporting season calendar. Whilst there were a few pleasing performances there were few gold medals. The only company to ascend the podium to A1 status was Tamawood, a designer and builder of residential homes. Tamawood is a small company of $90 million market cap and no analyst coverage. It has generated good profit growth over the last few years however the cash funding falls a bit short, resulting in a funding deficit.
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, February 21, 2014
We have just finished the third week of the first reporting season of 2014 and this week has seen a few companies joining Skaffold’s prized A1 club.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
From a high of more than $5.00 twelve months ago, Webjet’s (WEB) share price was getting close to being attractive to value investors. However following the release of WEB’s interim results the share price shot back up, from $2.50 to $3.16, before settling back at $3.03 as at close of trade on 18 February.
There has been plenty of talk about the arrival of international competitors, namely Priceline.com (PCLN) and Expedia Inc (EXPE), eating into WEB’s market share. Has this news fuelled an over reaction, or is the future profitability of Webjet truly under threat? Is WEB on your watchlist?