Glorious Property Holdings (845)
Glorious Property Holdings Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the development and sale of properties. It operates through following segments: Shanghai, Yangtze River Delta, Pan Bohai Rim, Northeast China, and Others. The company was founded by Zhi Rong Zhang in 1996 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Thursday, March 24, 2016
Walk into any supermarket at the moment and there are rows of chocolate eggs, rabbits, bilbies and all manner of things chocolate. One brand that features prominently in those rows is Lindt. Lindt chocolate is made by the Swiss company Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Spruengli AG (CODE:LISN). It seems the world has a growing appetite for chocolate. Lindt's sales revenue has grown at an average of 8% p.a. for the last five years.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Much like online shopping, the fine art of stock filtering is all about screening against a myriad of personal factors to find your perfect fit. But beware, if the stock doesn’t fit you won’t be able to return it for a refund.
For investors chasing growht stocks, ss useful as historical and current metrics are at identifying a company’s past performance, they won’t indicate what will happen in the future. That’s why stock-picking outfit, Skaffold, overlays historical and current filters with forecast metrics designed to try and predict future performance.
Wednesday, September 03, 2014
If you’re an AFR or Smart Investor reader, you’ll know Trevor Hoey. Trevor has been uncovering small and mid cap stocks for Fairfax for more than a decade and is one of Fairfax’s most respected writers.
Trevor’s knowledge of markets, and small cap stocks in particular, is inspiring. Trevor knows how to cut through market fluff and see company fundamentals for what they are – solid future performers or hyped-up spec plays.
On 18 September Trevor Hoey will reveal how he uncovers top stocks before their share prices skyrocket. This is the first time Trevor has appeared at a live webinar. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to hear Trevor live – book your place now.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Reports for around 300 global stocks flowed through Skaffold during January, including Apple, Microsoft, Procter and Gamble, AT&T, Facebook, Intel, The Boeing Company, eBay, Nike, Caterpillar, Starbucks, Kimberly Clark, Yahoo!, Motorola, Xerox, Oshkosh, The Bank of Nova Scotia, Metro Inc, Prada, Singapore Exchange, PZ Cussons and SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance.
Exclusively for Skaffold members, we’ve put together a list of companies whose latest financial results are now available in Skaffold, including updated Skaffold Scores and Safety Margins.
Thursday, November 28, 2013
At our recent live event, exclusively for Skaffold members, Roger Montgomery did something a little different… he demonstrated live how he uses Skaffold to produce market-beating returns. Topics covered include Turning conventional investment wisdom on its head, Your role and Skaffold’s role in your investing, The power of Skaffold’s Aerial View of the stock market, 3 stocks to buy or 97 stocks that are expensive, The power of Skaffold’s Capital History Evaluate screen and how to identify great businesses.
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
What are the most ‘liked’ stocks in Skaffold ASX?
With 67 votes Flight Centre (FLT) tops the list for the most liked stock of all time (its been ranked #1 for a few months now). Cedar Woods Properties (CWP), JB Hi-Fi (JBH), Codan (CDA) and Titan Energy Services (TTN) round out the top five.
As for the most disliked stocks, Hawkley Oil and Gas (HOG) tops the list with 13 ‘Dislike’ votes’. Next is Leighton Holdings (LEI) on 11 votes, Codan (CDA) with 10, and McMillan Shakesphere (MMS) and REA Group (REA) with 9 dislike votes each.
Skaffold members can now see a snapshot of the most liked and disliked stocks in Skaffold. Just login and navigate to Votes.
Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Do the companies in your portfolio rely too heavily on debt to fund their business activities? How have their businesses and shares performed over the past few years? Are you satisfied with your returns? Companies able to produce rising profits without the need for debt or dilutive shareholder capital raisings are attractive. They produce increasingly profitable returns on equity without increasing risk.