Minth Group (425)
Minth Group Ltd. is engaged in the design, manufacture and sales of trims, decorative, body structural and other related auto parts. Its products include trims, decorative parts, body structural parts, seat frame systems, roof racks, and other components. The company was founded by Chin Jong Hwa in 1992 and is headquartered in Ningbo, China.
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Monday, September 04, 2017
Investing can be a volatile ride, the last few days have reminded us.
The last few days have also reminded us why holding international equities is often beneficial for Australian investors – the Australian dollar acts as a shock absorber on returns when volatility hits, which is exactly the opposite effect that international investors get investing in Australian stocks.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
I read some handy advice today regarding capital gains tax. Whilst it relates to property, the message is clear: don’t mess it up this year.
According to a SmartCompany interview with accountant Shukri Barbara, the ATO has moved with the times and boosted its IT capabilities. The ATO can now access data others cannot, and match this data against your tax return.
Are you an accountant? Any EOFY tax tips that you’d like to share with your fellow Skaffold members would be greatly appreciated.
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).
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Which global market holds the highest quality stocks? Where is the best value? And which market holds the largest number of top quality growth stocks? Today in Skaffold the European market offers the best value for money, with almost 30% of covered stocks trading at prices less than their intrinsic value. Of all markets covered by Skaffold, Hong Kong has the highest percentage of companies rated A1, followed by Singapore, the US and the United Kingdom. Impressively, 20% of Australia’s largest 200 companies achieved Skaffold’s highest A1 or A2 scores for quality and performance.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Skaffold Global is expanding. On Tuesday 5 March we’re adding around 250 stocks listed across exchanges in Europe, London and Switzerland. From Tuesday Skaffold Global will include every ASX-listed stock, plus some of the largest stocks listed on the NYSE, Nasdaq, Hong Kong, Canada, Singapore, European, London and Switzerland stock exchanges.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
With so many Aussie companies releasing their results recently, it’s easy to forget that many other stock exchanges around the world are also in the middle of reporting season.
Fortunately with Skaffold Global it’s easy to stay on top of some of the world’s largest companies, listed on exchanges spanning Asia, the United States and Europe.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
If you’ve built a portfolio of top-quality A1 businesses, finding a replacement isn’t an easy task. If however the future of an A1 business does not look as promising as it once was, and you’ve found a superior investment, switching may be the right decision.