China Foods (506)
China Foods Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in food processing business. It operates through the following segments: Beverage, Wine, Kitchen Food, and Others. The Beverage segment consist of processing, bottling, and distribution of sparkling beverage products and the distribution of still beverage products. The Wine segment comprises of the production, sale, and trading of grape wine and other wine products. The Kitchen food segment includes the distribution of retail packaged cooking oil and seasoning products. The Others segment distributes other consumer food and beverage products. The company was founded on May 14, 1990 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Thursday, June 25, 2015
Do you know what’s happening on 1 July? Its pretty exciting…
For companies reporting their full year results in August (they have a 30 June reporting date), in the early hours of 1 July Skaffold will recalculate their safety margin based on the 2016 forecast valuation.
More than 60 per cent of ASX-listed companies will report their full year results in August. That’s a lot of stocks that will potentially look cheap come 1 July.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Investing can’t be that hard. Just find companies that know how to grow, and buy a share in them. But while identifying stocks with a competitive advantage is one of the most critical aspects of stock selection, it isn’t easy. Only a fraction of the 2400 stocks listed on the ASX qualify.
Smart Investor used Skaffold stock filtering software to highlight stocks consistently able to generate higher returns by searching on specific filter criteria. Check out the filter they used to find stocks with a competitive advantage.
Monday, June 22, 2015
Before their share prices started to skyrocket, what was it about REA Group (CODE:REA), Technology One (CODE:TNE) and Slater & Gordon (CODE:SGH) that made fund managers fall head over heels in love?
If you take a fundamental approach to uncovering top growth stocks, you’re more likely to find businesses that have built the foundation that will catapult them to the top of a growth investor’s wish list.
Following this approach, you want to see three key features to make you confident that the business can deliver on its future growth forecasts: top management, strong profitability and a top-notch balance sheet.
Friday, June 19, 2015
Didn’t IAG hit the jackpot! What a coup to have Berkshire Hathaway on its share register.
Buffet is famously known as a man who only invests in companies with very specific characteristics. Whilst the average punter on the street may have a tough time filtering through the 1700-odd companies listed on the ASX to find Mr Buffett’s top picks, in just a few clicks Skaffold members can come up with a list of stocks that would make Mr Buffett proud.
Here is the filter criteria we think Mr Buffett would use to find outstanding investments in Australia if he used Skaffold.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
How do you pick the next top growth stocks?
There are two ways to pick growth stocks. One is to buy based on a hot tip from a mate, keep all your fingers and toes crossed and believe that one morning you’ll wake up a multi-millionaire. The other is a rational and disciplined search for top-quality businesses that have proven they can deliver value – they’ve built the foundation that will catapult them to the top of a growth investor’s wish list.
Pick up the June issue of Money magazine and flick over to page 106 to discover three key ratios that will help you find the truth about growth stocks. We also found 36 future growth stars that have proven their ability to deliver value to shareholders, and are forecast to deliver growth in the next few years.
Friday, June 05, 2015
When Roger Montgomery goes hunting for growth stocks, he doesn’t focus just on the past. He looks to the future. Whilst analysing a company’s history is essential in understanding its business and current financial position, it doesn’t necessarily provide guidance on what the future holds.
In Roger Montgomery’s eyes, growth stocks have a few distinct characteristics. He asks these questions to uncover the very best growth stocks for his share portfolio.
Monday, June 01, 2015
If you don’t have stock alerts set up, you could be missing out on important changes in Skaffold… and buy and sell opportunities.
Over the last month Skaffold has updated it’s stock rating for 27 companies, based upon their latest financial results.
If you need help setting up alerts check out our step-by-step instructions, or give us a call on 1300 752 336.
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.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Webjet (WEB), Telstra (TLS), Tabcorp Holdings (TAH) and FlexiGroup (FXL) results are now available in Skaffold. Webjet (WEB) and ITL Limited (ITL) have lost their A1 Skaffold Scores.