Emperor Watch & Jewellery (887)
Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd. operates as an investment holding company, which engages in the selling of European-made luxurious and internationally renowned watches, together with self-designed fine jewellery products under its brand, Emperor Jewellery. The company was founded in 1942 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Blog posts that reference Emperor Watch & Jewellery:
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.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
The federal government’s School Enrolment and Attendance Measure (SEAM) is using GPS tracking technology to keep kids at school.
According to The Australian, “the number of families being reported for non-attendance at Centralian Middle School in Alice Springs has fallen from 60 children a week to just five since the technology was first implemented a year ago.”
The ‘technology’ is MGM Wireless’ (MWR) GPS tracking technology.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Jeremy Wilson, Skaffold's Member Experience Expert, demonstrates how to use Skaffold's Portfolio feature to evaluate your portfolio and create watchlists.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
When should you sell a stock? In Part II of Skaffold’s When to Sell webinar Portfolio Manager Russell Muldoon together with Jeremy Wilson, Skaffold’s Member Experience Expert, share Skaffold’s final three reasons to sell a stock: Share price rises well above value, future growth is less promising and a superior investment is found.