Hang Lung Properties (101)
Hang Lung Properties Ltd. operates as an investment holding company. It operates through the subsidiaries, which engages in the activities of property investment for rental income, property development for sales and leasing, car park management and property management. The company operates through the following business segments: Property Leasing and Property Sales. The Property Leasing segment includes the investment properties portfolio, consists of retail, office, residential, serviced apartments and car parks in Hong Kong and mainland China. The Property Sales segment includes development and sale of trading properties in Hong Kong. Hang Lung Properties was founded on December 19, 1949 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Blog posts that reference Hang Lung Properties:
Tuesday, July 04, 2017
Long a staple of many Australian portfolios and super funds, the ‘Big Australian’ has significantly underperformed the ASX200 over the last few years. Culminating in an annus horribilis in 2015 that saw shareholder value fall by nearly half, BHP’s share price has since staged a strong recovery, and is currently trading around the $23-24 mark after climbing out of the $14 depths it reached in early 2016. Similarly, its 2017 dividend has been announced as 52c/share, comparing favourably with 2016’s disappointing 22c payout. Despite the near 100% rise in 2016, BHP has still significantly underperformed the broader SP/ASX200 index over the last few years.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
At Skaffold’s November 2015 webinar Roger Montgomery and Chris Batchelor shared what they lookout for and the process they go through when building portfolios that can withstand volatility in 2016. Roger shares his views on a few blue chip companies plus runs through how he analyses company financials and Chris shares how to apply the principles of diversification.
Thursday, October 15, 2015
Gauging the debt levels of some listed stocks is no walk in the park. Deciphering whether a company generates more than it spends or relies on external funding, after factoring in its operations, investment and financing, can sometimes look more like a game of truth or dare.
Looking at debt in isolation can lead to false assumptions. That’s why investors also need to consider a company’s cash flow.
Check out the feature article in yesterday’s AFR Smart Investor. Skaffold revealed 23 stocks that are drowning in debt, and also shared some advice on what to do if you’re holding stocks that are drowning, not waving. Click here to read the article.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
When it comes to companies, whether they’re listed on the stock market or privately owned, the very best ones have a few things in common. Once you know how to spot top stocks, and avoid their lesser quality counterparts, stock market investing becomes a breeze.
Download our free whitepaper to find out how to uncover top stocks. It includes a stock filter you can build in Skaffold to reveal a shortlist of top stocks for your watchlist.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Since 2015’s start, Skaffold’s Top 5 stocks – ANZ, Breville Group, Flight Centre, Nick Scali and REA Group – have gained about 7.4%, compared with the 6.6% achieved by the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index.
While this short-term performance is impressive, holding a concentrated portfolio and, indeed, limiting yourself to just the Australian market, which is dominated by the big four banks and mining companies, can limit the long-term performance of your portfolio.
So how do you capture the growth opportunities offered by global tech giants, pharmaceutical stocks, big oil companies and manufacturers that simply don’t exist in Australia? Simple. You need to take your share portfolio global.
Monday, January 12, 2015
Once you’ve found a top stock worthy of a place in your share portfolio, and you know what you’re prepared to pay for its shares, how do you determine how many shares to put in your portfolio
Skaffold founders Roger Montgomery and Chris Batchelor CFA will share their portfolio construction tips live at Skaffold’s free webinar on 18 February.
Book your place at the webinar now. It’s free!
Thursday, January 08, 2015
Its that time of year again when we prepare Skaffold’s Top 50 and Top 5 stocks for the year. The list will be featured on the cover of Money magazine in February 2015, and Money editor Effie Zahos will chat with Karl on the TODAY show in the days following.
Every year we get asked a few common questions. This year we though we’d get on the front foot, and let you know the process around the Top 50 and Top 5 selection process, what we can reveal and what you'll need to read in Money magazine, and how you can find the stocks yourself in Skaffold.
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
The recent slump in the gold price has sent the share prices of many companies exposed to the precious metal into freefall.
Northern Star Resources (CODE:NST) is one of Skaffold’s more highly rated mining stocks, with strong underlying fundamentals of balance sheet quality and business performance driving its B2 stock rating. Of further significance is the fact some of the issues that are just edging it out of a best in class rating (A1, A2) look set to be addressed in the near term.
Is now the time for contrarian investors to snap up a diamond in the rough?
Thursday, October 23, 2014
What are the shares of the future, the ones that should find a place in every share investor's portfolio?
The Sydey Morning Herald asked five leading share analysts to nominate five shares each.
The picks have to be suitable for conservative investors who intend to invest for the long term.
Naturally, those requirements lead to the larger companies that tend to pay higher dividends than other companies and often, but not always, have high levels of franking credits.
With interest rates at a 50-year low, investors have been chasing yield on the sharemarket.
As a consequence, share prices of the big dividend payers, such as most of the big banks and Telstra, have, until recently, risen strongly over the past two years.
Much of the sell-off on the Australian sharemarket over the past few weeks has simply followed selling on Wall Street.
Friday, October 17, 2014
In this final post of a three part series, financial journalist Trevor Hoey talks about how he analyses market opportunities and what he looks out for. He also shares his strengths and weaknesses and what lessons he has learnt about investing and what he looks out for in CEO statements. He mentions how to look at sectors and the different things to consider when looking at opportunities in a particular sector.