China Railway Group (390)
China Railway Group Ltd. engages in the provision of engineering and construction services. It operates through the following segments: Infrastructure Construction; Survey, Design and Consulting Services; Engineering Equipment and Component Manufacturing; and Other Businesses. The Infrastructure Construction segment builds and repairs railways, highways, bridges, tunnels, ports, docks, airports, and irrigation works. The Survey, Design and Consulting Services segment researches and develops feasibility studies and compliance certification of infrastructure projects. The Engineering Equipment and Component Manufacturing segment designs, produces, and trades railway equipment, engineering machineries, and steel products. The Other Businesses segment offers mining, merchandise trading, and financing services. The company was founded on September 12, 2007 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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Thursday, July 09, 2015
In the May 2014 edition of Money magazine we compared Australia’s Top 10 stocks by market capitalisation against their global counterparts. We’ve just completed the process again: Australia’s Top 10 vs the world. You’ll be able to read our insights in Money’s August 2015 edition, on sale from 6 August).
To test our theory, we created a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio equally invested across the nine global stocks identified in the May 2014 article.
Including unrealised gains, dividends and currency gains, the stocks returned 29.9 per cent. By comparison the All Ords Accumulation Index returned 7.8 per cent. Skaffold’s global stocks outperformed the Index by 22.1 per cent, or 6.3 per cent if you exclude currency gains. That’s not too bad.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
For most investors, buying shares is the easy part. Selling is trickier. Why? Maybe you’ve become emotionally attached to Santos, or you’re holding on to Woodside in the hope that it’ll come good soon.
Having a strict set of rules for selling shares will help you mitigate such circumstances and give you the framework to make decisions based on rationality, rather than emotional whims. Discover Skaffold’s five reasons you may need to sell some of the shares in your portfolio.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
If you don’t know what to look for, picking the best stocks for your portfolio can be a daunting task. However with a few simple guidelines, finding the best stocks to invest in isn’t too hard. That’s because the very best companies - CSL, Flight Centre, Carsales.Com and REA Group, to name a few – have a few things in common.
Whether you’re investing for growth or income, or both, the first step is to identify historically sound businesses. Only then should you narrow the list to find the best growth and income stocks of the future.
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Why would you invest overseas instead of, or as well as, on the ASX? With differing laws and tax systems, the risk from foreign exchange and a higher cost per trade, is it really worth it?
At Skaffold's webinar Steve MacDonald, Chief Investment Officer at Infinitas Asset Management, shared why his clients portoflios include overseas stocks.
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Skaffold held a webinar earlier this year in which our general manager Chris Batchelor discussed the top 5 stocks Skaffold had chosen for 2014, as well as some reasons why you might want to look overseas for opportunities as well as in Australia.
The top 5 stocks were Microsoft (US), Great Wall (HK), Ashmore Group (UK), Wotif (AU) and Westjet (CAN)
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Buying top-notch stocks at below their true value is the hallmark of successful value investors.
For the past two years Money magazine has asked Skaffold.com to name the Top 50 undervalued stocks, including five standouts.
Skaffold’s 2013 top stocks produced exceptional results and outperformed the All Ords Accumulation Index, as our 2012 portfolio had done the previous year. Assuming you invested $50,000 equally across the 2012 Top 5 stocks on 10 January 2012, sold on 11 January 2013, then purchased the 2013 Top 5 stocks, and sold on 10 January 2014, your 2 year return, including capital gains and income, would be 21.3% p.a.. Over the same period the All Ords Accumulation Index returned 17.5% p.a.. Skaffold’s Top Stocks outperformed the Index by 3.8% p.a.. That equates to $4,560 more profit in your pocket.
On 6 February 2014 Money magazine will hit the newsstands, unveiling Skaffold’s top stocks for 2014, which for the first time includes global shares.
Until then, here is a rundown on Skaffold’s 2012 and 2013 Money portfolios, and how the stocks stack up in Skaffold today.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
For the last two years Skaffold has graced the cover of Money magazine with our Top 5 stocks.
Skaffold’s Top 5 stocks for 2012 were ARB Corporation (ARP), Codan (CDA), ThinkSmart (TSM), Seymour Whyte (SWL) and M2 Telecommunications (MTU). These businesses operate in the consumer financial services, communications equipment, construction services and motor vehicle parts industry groups. Including capital growth and dividends, $50,000 invested equally across the five stocks has returned 45.5% in the period 10 January 2012 to close of trade on 23 September 2013. Add franking credits and the return is 48.6%.
The Top 5 stocks for 2013, based upon Skaffold Score, value for money, future forecast value growth, forecast yield, future earnings per share growth and the highest forecast return on equity were property developer Cedar Woods Properties (CWP), oil and gas sector services provider Clough (CLO), mining services business Decmil Group (DCG), travel retailer Flight Centre (FLT) and coal field service provider Mastermyne (MYE).
Including capital growth and dividends, $50,000 invested equally across the five stocks has returned 28.3% in the period 11 January 2013 to close of trade on 23 September 2013. Add franking credits and the return is 29.7%.
Over the same period the All Ords Accumulation Index (AXJO) has returned 15.5%.
Which stocks continue to be well positioned to deliver value to shareholders over the next few years? Click read more to find out.
Thursday, May 09, 2013
“The stock I’m watching is every company on the whole ASX. Skaffold software is monitoring the financial parameters of every company. I’m easily able to see those mind-numbing numbers in colourful and graphical detail. I’m able to detect those companies and businesses that are good performers, and are forecast to continue that good performance into the future. That’s why I love Skaffold.” Thanks Tony for sharing your I love Skaffold video.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Warren Buffett has announced a takeover offer to purchase H.J. Heinz Company (HNZ) for $72.50. If Buffett was a Skaffold member (he isn’t) he’d know that Heinz has been rated B3 by Skaffold for 9 of the last 10 years. Very consistent, but consistently average. Why would Warren Buffett be attracted to a company rated B3 by Skaffold? Let’s dig a little deeper.
Friday, January 11, 2013
In late 2010 Money magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Pam Walkley and Editor Effie Zahos asked the team at Skaffold to identify 50 top-quality stocks that were below their true worth. Including capital growth and dividends, an equally weighted portfolio invested across the fifty stocks has returned 12.8% in 12 months. Had you invested only in the 28 stocks that were forecast to offer growth AND yield, your return would be 20.0%. $50,000 invested equally across the Top 5 has returned 18.6%. Skaffold’s Top 50 stocks for 2013 will be published in the February edition of Money magazine, on sale Wednesday 6 February 2013.