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Back in March we asked the question; Which Aussie Stock will benefit from European QE? It wasn’t a particularly inspiring question and we have to admit that we could have come up with something much more engaging like; “Are you missing out on this stock?” or, “Is this the one stock you should own?” But investing was never meant to be exciting and we aren’t a tipsheet. Continue reading
Shares in US pop culture and technology company Apple are on the cusp of producing a market capitalisation of A$1 trillion. As the Nasdaq technology index closed at a record high last week – above the pre Tech Wreck highs for the first time – you might be interested in some bullish and bearish perspectives currently occupying the minds of more learned observers than us. Continue reading
Telecommunications, healthcare, technology, financials. These are all common themes in a Montgomery portfolio, yet what about education? Continue reading
I was recently asked which company I thought was the highest quality in Australia. Readers are likely aware that this is one of the criteria we require to make an investment (the other being that current market price is less than our assessment of intrinsic value). Continue reading