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Lachlan Buur-Jensen

Lachlan is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate with majors in Accounting and Finance from Monash University. He invests in companies with intense customer love, strongly aligned management teams and structural tailwinds. Lachlan is a big proponent of the eighth wonder of the world – compound returns, and its power in helping individuals reach financial freedom. Outside of investing, Lachlan enjoys supporting his AFL team – Essendon. Albeit, this can be frustrating at the best of times.

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Why Appen continues to sink

The Appen Ltd (ASX: APX) share price is well into the red today after Macquarie Group Ltd (ASX: MQG) downgraded its Appen price target from $11.80 to $9.50. Subsequently, the Appen share price has plummeted 14.43% to $9.96. It’s been quite the fall from grace for the artificial intelligence labour-hire company, with its share price now 75% below its…

Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 26th Nov 2021 | More
Undervalued Ventia shares jump a quarter on IPO

Ventia Services Group (ASX:VNT) – Morningstar has given infrastructure services provider Ventia Services the thumbs-up following its recent listing on the ASX where it was downsized and re-priced at $1.70 a share due to an underwhelming response from the market. Morningstar said ‘it must have been an embarrassing circumstance for the lead managers” after the…

Ishan Dan | 26th Nov 2021 | More
‘Profitability collapses almost instantaneously’: beware ‘The Second Wave’

A time of great change is upon global markets – and the ‘winners’ that everybody is backing might not be the winners at all. It’s essentially an orthodox view among fund managers that the incumbents in any industry will “win” the transition to green energy. After all, they already have the infrastructure in place, stable…

Lachlan Maddock | 26th Nov 2021 | More
Beaten-down travel businesses seeing blue sky

With the country seemingly now well past Covid and its lockdowns (although the omicron variant could change things), the Australian government is finalising plans to safely reopen Australia’s international border next month. Once 80% of the population is double vaccinated, current overseas travel restrictions related to Covid-19 will be removed, allowing Australians to travel overseas….

Ishan Dan | 26th Nov 2021 | More
Kogan tanks on weaker margins, marketing spend

Online retailer Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) announced at its FY21 annual general meeting on Thursday that it expects to triple sales over the next five years. The market has been unfazed so far by this ambition, with the Kogan share price down 0.79% to $8.80. Bigger and better Founder Ruslan Kogan said after 15 years of operation, Kogan is just getting…

Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 26th Nov 2021 | More
  • Are rare earths really that rare?

    How rare are rare earths? Despite the ‘rare’ label, rare earths aren’t particularly rare. Rare earth elements are relatively plentiful in the earth’s crust, with cerium being the 25th most abundant element at 68 parts per million. This makes it as abundant as copper. So why are they called rare? It’s all about the processing….

    Ishan Dan | 26th Nov 2021 | More
    Is Alibaba set to soar?

    Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) is typically described as China’s Amazon, but it is so much more. Anyone undertaking a true analysis of the business would likely need to include Alphabet, PayPal, Microsoft and potentially even Intel in their comparison to US technology giants. The company and its distinguished founder, Jack Ma, have been somewhat of a lightning…

    Drew Meredith | 26th Nov 2021 | More
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