If you own shares in Myer and were hoping to lose 80% of your capital, your dreams have been realised. But does that make it a bargain for new investors?
Chris Batchelor is a chartered financial analyst.
Cashed-up retirees are buying motorhomes and hitting the road, and the future looks promising for the industry. Here’s how you can cash in.
Australia is potentially on the cusp of a tourism boom to rival that of the influx of Japanese visitors in the early 1980s, which means addressing the shortage of quality hotels. That’s where Mantra Group comes in.
Last week shares in Compumedics (ASX: CMP) doubled in price. Clearly somebody is excited about its prospects, and it’s all thanks to something called magnetoencephalography.
Listed on the ASX since January 2015, this company is effectively providing the picks and shovels for the artificial intelligence rush.
While not well known in Australia, vertical search engine specialist Mitula could be on its way to carving out a niche, which would mean a bright future for the company and its investors.
A retail group spanning clothes to car accessories is working to improve its own online business ahead of the launch of the Australian arm of Amazon.
Our private education sector relies heavily on international students for profitability. Trump’s immigration ban is seemingly good news for Navitas (ASX:NVT).
Kathmandu’s reputation for heavy discounts got the company into a bit of trouble in 2015, but Skaffold’s Chris Batchelor predicts new peaks ahead for the adventure retailer.
The travel industry has undergone major disruption over the past 10 years. One firm that has found a niche is Corporate Travel Management (CTD).