Wynn Macau (1128)
Wynn Macau Ltd. operates as a holding company that owns and operates a hotel and casino resort. The firm through its subsidiary, Wynn Resorts (Macau) S.A., conducts gaming activities in casinos in Macau. Its casinos offer a full range of games, private gaming salons, a sky casino, and a poker area. The firm also has recreational and leisure facilities, including a health club, pool, and a full-service spa. The company was founded by Stephen Alan Wynn on September 6, 2006 and is headquartered in Macau.
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015
IBISWorld have just revealed five Australian industries set to fly in 2015 (and five expected to sink).
We ran a few filters in Skaffold to see what we could find. Whilst the filters aren’t specific, they’ll give you a shortlist of stocks to investigate further.
Monday, December 01, 2014
Using New Digital Skaffold, Shepherd from our member experience team simulates how a SMSF investor in pension phase would use Skaffold to build a filter and find opportunities, review their portfolio and evaluate stocks in detail.
Watch this video to discover how you can compare two or more companies using Skaffold’s world-first, easy to read visuals and tables.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Which sectors of Australia’s economy will drive growth over the next few years and boost your investment returns?
Will it be local retailers gaining headwinds from the falling Aussie dollar, the booming healthcare sector driven by Australia’s ageing population, or wealth management companies servicing our swelling superannuation assets?
Attend Skaffold’s free webinar on 10 December at 1:00pm AEDST to get a heads up on which stocks and sectors look set to outperform the market in 2015.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
360 Capital Investment Management, informed the market that the fund’s distribution guidance for fiscal year 2015 is forecast to increase by 4.2 per cent to 20 cents per unit as opposed to previous guidance of 19.2 cents per unit.
Could this announcement represent a continuation of management’s record of providing conservative guidance and delivering ahead of expectations?