Arthur J Gallagher is not a household name, but there is a good chance one of your insurance policies was issued by a company related AJG.
That Bingo Industries is up more than 85% in four months is testament to its desirability as a long-term investment, but waste management is a cyclical business.
This week the ASX 200 rose strongly reaching its highest level since December 2007 and just a few per cent away from achieving the elusive new all-time high.
He’s known as Japan’s Warren Buffett, worth an estimated $US22.9 billion, but unlike Buffett, Masayoshi Son seems to prefer companies at the leading edge of technology and innovation.
The combined market capitalisation of WiseTech, Appen, Afterpay, Altium and Xero up is up fivefold to $28 billion, but not all tech stocks on the ASX are soaring.
Never fall in love. Coming from anyone other than a stock analyst, that is terrible advice. From one investor to another, however, these are words to live by.
After having a stellar run in the first quarter of 2019, and with the RBA set to meet early next week, the Australian sharemarket momentum has slowed by around 80% over the past two months.
At 64, Glynis owns her own home and has $90,000 in super. Where should she invest $28,000 in savings in order to retire in five years?