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Investor Update - February 2018
Investor Update
Welcome to the February edition of Investor Update. This month popular analysts share their views on the top 5 retail stocks, A-REITs, tourism sector, and hybrids market.
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David Walker
Outlook for the big five
David Walker, Clime - Read more >
About: An analyst's take on the prospects for CBA, Telstra, Woolworths, Qantas and AMP.
Featuring: CBA, TLS, WOW, QAN, AMP
Ishara Rupasinhe 'What I should have told myself about investing at age 21'
Ishara Rupasinghe (pictured), Tania Smyth and Rebecca Pritchard. - Read more >
About: Starting early and spreading risk can help young investors build a handy nest egg.
Featuring: Shares                 
James Posnett ASX IPO review: small and mid-cap floats prominent
James Posnett, ASX - Read more >
About: Highest number of ASX IPOs in a decade.
Featuring: Initial Public Offerings
Michael Gable Are shopping centre A-REITs a bargain buy?
Michael Gable, Fairmont Equities - Read more >
About: What the charts say about Scentre, Vicinity, Charter Hall Retail and Shopping Centres Australasia.
Featuring: SCP, VCX, CQR, SCA
Joe Magyer Tourism stocks have their day in the sun
Joe Magyer, Lakehouse Capital - Read more >
About: Boom in international arrivals in Australia is good news for leisure-related companies.
Featuring: Tourism sector shares
Robin Bowerman
Will ETFs spark the next meltdown?
Robin Bowerman, Vanguard - Read more >
About: Evidence suggests indexing is helping markets through price discovery, liquidity.
Featuring: Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
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Upcoming Floats
Upcoming listings - your guide to upcoming floats
An update on companies that have applied for official admission to ASX, and links to information on upcoming and new listings.
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Managed Fund Report
ASX Investment products monthly update
Report provides recent admissions, performance matrix, trading activity, plus LIC NTA report.
NEW: Bell Potter Listed Investment Companies quarterly report.
Read more >
Bond, Hybrid & Warrant reports
Bonds - reports and updates >
Hybrids - reports, listings and updates >
Warrants - latest report >
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Investor Day
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Sharemarket Game
ASX CEO Connect in partnership with nabtrade
Hear directly from CEOs of hand-picked, well-performing ASX stocks. March events are being held in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne. Live streaming is also available for these events.
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CEO Connect
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ASX CEO Connect - presentations from the events
Tm Reed, CEO of MYOB (Pictured)
You can catch up on these insightful presentations form the senior executives from ASX-listed companies who presented at ASX CEO Connect.
Tim Reed
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Nathan Umpathy
Why LICs are a good fit for SMSFs
Nathan Umapathy, Bell Potter
Read more >
John Likos
Understanding the features, benefits and risks of hybrids
John Likos, Morningstar
Read more >

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