Sino-Ocean Group Holding (3377)
Sino-Ocean Group Holdings Ltd. provides property development and property investment services. The firm operates its business through three segments: Property Development, Property Investment and Other. The Property Development segment builds and sells residential, office and retail spaces. The Property Investment segment manages and operates office spaces and some car parks. The Other segment involves hotel operation, property management and property sales agency services. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
With reporting season now behind us, all eyes should be on recent IPOs where core investors - courtesy of having satisfied escrow arrangements - are finally allowed to sell-down their stake in the business.
With the 58 floats in the 2014 financial year progressively coming off escrow, there could potentially be $3 billion in shares coming to market in the weeks ahead.
You need to watch closely whether the market has sufficient appetite to soak up this imminent flood of shares.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Do you think you can beat the financial experts at their own game?
Of course you do, that’s why you run your own SMSF.
In a special SMSF report, AFR reporter Alexandra Cain revealed 10 tips to help you boost the performance of your SMSF.
Be educated, shun expensive investments (invest in shares directly rather than expensive managed funds) and maximise the size of your share portfolio are just three tips from two of Australia’s leading SMSF accountants.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Whilst it may sound fancy, ‘share portfolio management’ simply describes the art of deciding what proportion of your capital is allocated to a single stock or sector.
While you may have given little thought to portfolio allocation (aka portfolio weightings) when you first started buying shares, the risks of getting it wrong only intensifies the more you have invested in the stock market.
Even the world’s best stock pickers get it wrong. Having more than six to 10 per cent of your total portfolio value exposed to any single stock probably isn’t a great idea.