NWS Holdings (659)
NWS Holdings Ltd. engages in infrastructure investment and the development, operation, and management of power, water treatment, and waste management plants. It operates through the following segments: Roads, Environment, Logistics, Aviation, Facilities Management, Construction & Transport, and Strategic Investments. The company was founded on September 3, 1996 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017
In November 2016, OPEC members pledged to reduce their oil output by about 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) for six months, starting January 2017. Subsequently, 11 non-OPEC oil producers, including Russia, teamed up with OPEC by agreeing to lower their output by 558,000 bpd.
The deal is in its fifth month, and OPEC members have showed better compliance compared with their efforts during the last such attempt in 2008–09. The latest survey by Reuters shows that OPEC’s oil production declined for a fourth consecutive month in April, as the world’s biggest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, continued to maintain its oil production below the target level. However, higher-than-expected production by the UAE and Angola weighed on OPEC’s compliance, which slipped to 90% in April from a revised 92% in March.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
It’s reporting season, that time of year when Skaffold re-rates company fundamentals. New companies will rise to A1, and some top-rated companies will fall from grace.
Skaffold’s free reporting season calendar is your go-to place for ASX company reporting dates.
G.U.D. Holdings, Downer EDI and Tabcorp Holdings kick off the season this week. The bulk of companies will report in February.
Check out Skaffold’s 2017 Interim Reporting Season Calendar now and find out when your companies are scheduled to report.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
You wouldn’t want the pilots of your jet to take-off without thoroughly completing their pre-flight check. Heading into full year reporting season, you need to take the same approach with your share portfolio.
We’ve put together a simple checklist that you can use to pre-check the stocks you own and make sure there are no nasty surprises in there.
Friday, May 01, 2015
Finding top growth stocks to buy is simple, if you know how to spot them.
Next month, exclusively for Skaffold, Roger Montgomery will reveal the tell-tale signs that let him know a stock is set for growth.
Attend this webinar to gain some practical tips that you can use to find growth stocks for your own portfolio. It’s free to register!
Monday, January 19, 2015
What are Roger Montgomery’s investment secrets?
When identifying opportunities, what does Roger look for in a company?
At Skaffold’s live event in Sydney on 12 February, exclusively for Skaffold members, Roger Montgomery will reveal how he finds the next A1 stock, before it becomes an A1; why a strong competitive advantage and first-class management are essential ingredients for a successful investment; how sensible portfolio allocation and a disciplined investment process is essential to minimise losses and maximise returns.
Skaffold members will receive an email after 10am today, Wednesday 7 January, with a special link to register for the event.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
We’re thrilled to announce the guest speaker for our upcoming webinar on 18 September, Mr Trevor Hoey.
Trevor is a senior journalist for Fairfax Business Media. For the last 13 years he has been uncovering small and mid-cap stocks for The Australian Financial Review and AFR Smart Investor magazine.
We’ve had some great conversations with Trevor over the last few weeks, in preparation for the webinar. Here are a few highlights…
Monday, June 16, 2014
Which sectors are positioned to offer the best growth opportunities next year?
What top stocks are on Marcus Padley and Chris Batchelor’s radar?
All will be revealed at our live web event this Thursday 19 June at 1pm (AEST).
Book your place at Skaffold’s free live web event now.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
With much of their business model wired to complex actuarial calculations, and their fortunes based on the unknowable frequency of natural (and man-made) disasters – plus the probability of claims against a myriad types of cover, insurance companies are difficult beasts to value and accurately forecast future growth rates.
Even within the sector the key drivers of individual stocks can vary dramatically. For example, while life insurers have suffered from a surge in claims and an increase in consumers cancelling policies, general insurers have benefitted from a lack of natural weather events and strong results from a continued rise in premiums.
Given that insurance is a game of probabilities and pricing, their analysis requires a unique set of evaluation criteria.
Friday, January 24, 2014
Have you ever had the feeling – the one where you are absolutely sure about a stock? You have done your research - dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s - and then guns blazing bought into a low priced stock because it represents “great value”, only to find that once you enter into the investment it falls, or fails to rise, drifting sideways and weighing down your portfolio. Sound familiar at all?
It does not have to be this way. By using this one simple technique, you can learn to avoid value traps and invest in stocks once they have upward momentum, catapulting your stock into profit right after you buy it – or at least getting out with a small loss and free capital to invest in the next good idea.
Yet most value investors will frown on this approach. Why? Because it involves technical analysis, and value investors know it’s not technicals that move the market but fundamentals. And the proof is in the pudding right?
Technical analysis can be the secret sauce we can add to our value investing to turn it up a notch – and I’ll show you how here.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Join Steve Macdonald and Chris Batchelor at our free webinar on Wednesday 19 February 2014 at 1pm and discover:
• 5 top quality, great value growth stocks that have exceptional track records and impressive future growth opportunities (last year these stocks returned average share price growth of more than 20%);
• Expert insights into which markets and sectors are positioned to offer the greatest growth opportunities this year;
• How expanding your research to international stocks can expose your portfolio to opportunities (technology, healthcare, luxury goods) simply not available in Australia.