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How to profit from reporting season

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How to profit from reporting season

Reporting season can be brutal for businesses affected by cyclical factors, like the current residential building slump. But experience tells me it’s also a great time for investors to take note of out-of-favour companies that should rebound when the cycle turns up.

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2 Comments

  1. Rog, What do you think about the RBA’s likely interest rate reductions? I think that lower rates mean higher asset prices, means lower returns on investment, means less investment, means slower economy. Have I lost the plot? Where is the long term solution to this slow economy? Low rates and QE didn’t work during the GFC in Europe.

    • I met with the RBA over a private lunch earlier this week. What was telling was that everyone wanted to know WHEN rates would go to zero not IF they would. What I have learned from investing is that when everyone agrees it is probably wrong. Last year when US inflation was 3% 100% of US fundies thought inflation would rise. Today inflation is 1% and guess what? 80% of fundies believe inflation will fall. WIth respect to lower interest rates, their role is to keep people employed via business investment but if that investment is in technology to replace labour then lower rates mean fewer jobs and event lower rates. Yes to higher asset prices but we reach a point where asset prices are too disengaged from earnings.

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