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Why I am still keen on Codan


Why I am still keen on Codan

The share price of electronic solutions and metal detector maker, Codan (ASX: CDA), has fallen around 42 per cent since June. It’s now back where it was around 12 months ago. But instead of being concerned, I believe the company continues to have a very bright future.

Long term readers will know that Codan is one of my favourite companies and it has been a significant contributor to fund performance over the past four years. After peaking at just over $19/share in June, the share price has come off and is now trading at just over $10/share as we can see in this chart which shows Codan’s share price during the last five years.

So what has happened to cause such a fall?


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Andreas is the joint Portfolio Manager of The Montgomery Fund. Andreas joined from Navigo Partners, a M&A advisory firm in Stockholm, Sweden where he was a Director responsible for origination and execution of Scandinavian projects. Before this, he worked for three years in corporate strategy at Alinta Energy in Sydney.

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