China Everbright (165)
China Everbright Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the provision of financial services in Hong Kong and China. It operates through the following business segments: Primary Market Investment, Secondary Market Investment, Principal Investment, Strategic Investment and Other. The Asset Investment focuses specific long term investment in projects and equities, also targeting the management of investment funds focusing on real estate, infrastructure and resources assets. The Direct Investment refers to the investment in unlisted equity securities and equity derivatives. The Secondary Market Investment segment provides absolute return funds with key focus on secondary market trading. The Principal Investment segment develops financial products to support fund management; and invests in the group's or external projects, funds or products. The Strategic Investment segment invests in Everbright Securities and Everbright Bank. The Other segment includes investment in properties and certain financial assets and liabilities created from corporate investments. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2015
With reporting season done and dusted – except for tiny speculative mining companies that don’t make money anyway – now is a prime time to go on the hunt for top stocks to buy.
If you cleaned out your portfolio before reporting season, you’ll have a wad of spare cash sitting in the bank begging to be invested. Even if you don’t have cash to invest right now, learning how to find great stocks to buy is a good thing to practice. You may even want to set up a pretend portfolio to track how you’d have gone, had you actually invested your money.
Paper trading is a great way to get started and feel your way around the sharemarket, without committing your hard-earned cash. Whether they’re listed on the sharemarket or privately owned, the very best companies have 10 features in common. Once you know how to spot top stocks, and avoid their lesser quality counterparts, sharemarket investing will be a breeze.
Friday, August 02, 2013
With the affordability of dividend payout ratios likely to come under pressure during a reporting season dominated by downgrades, it’s worth hunting for companies with the capacity to increase their dividends or issue special dividends due to war chests of cash or hefty franking credits.
To ensure that a dividend cheque arriving in the post is an even more joyous event, it’s important that you understand the difference between a dividend that’s been franked and one that hasn’t.
Wednesday, February 06, 2013
For the second consecutive year the team at Money magazine asked Skaffold to provide a list of 50 stocks that have solid balance sheets and track records of good performance, and whose share prices offer value for money. Of the 50 top-quality and value-for-money stocks, 13 are forecast to offer yield and growth, 30 offer forecast growth and 31 positive yield. Read on to discover how we used Skaffold to identify our Top 5 stocks for 2013.
Friday, February 01, 2013
The key to successful investing is buying quality assets at below their true value. In 2012 Money magazine asked the sharemarket experts at Skaffold.com to name the Top 50 undervalued stocks, including 5 standouts. The Top 5 shares returned 19.5% (including dividends), outperforming the overall market, which returned 17.9% over the same period. Now we unveil the top stocks for 2013.
For the second consecutive year Skaffold has provided a list of 50 stocks that have solid balance sheets and track records of good performance, and whose share prices offer value for money.
Of the 50 top-quality and value-for-money stocks fro 2013, 13 are forecast to offer yield and growth, 30 offer forecast growth and 31 positive forecast yield.