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Glittering margins on show for gold miners – but the share market has noticed

Most gold investors are quietly happy about the yellow metal’s 2020 rise from US$1,514.75 to US$1,728.70 – that’s a healthy 14.1 rise. But if you’re an Australian gold miner, you’re even happier about its 2020 movement in A$, from $2,164.67…

Big miners dig deep for dividends

With dividends at risk in many companies, a surprising sector is emerging as a payout powerhouse – mining. It used to be a truism that the cyclicality of the mining industry worked against dividends, as did the need for large…

Crunchy GRANOLAS sweet for investment

In recent years, it seems that there can’t be an investment opportunity without an acronym – but sometimes, it’s more than a bit of alphabetical fun. The hybrid securities world first got into the acronym craze, such that investors saw…

Dividends stress-tested, but pockets of resilience survive

All over the share market, investors are stress-testing their dividends – although, until they see what their portfolio companies actually do with regard to dividends, this largely involves prudent recalibration of expectations. Take National Australia Bank, for example, which slashed…

Oil a great contrarian trade, but ETF woes cause rethink

In a sea of potential contrarian trades, oil is one that stands out. The North American West Texas Intermediate (WTI) benchmark has lost more than 75 per cent since the start of 2020, seeing it fall to its lowest price…

Luxury split to decant Penfolds from Treasury Wine

It’s enough to make one feel old – old enough to remember when Foster’s Group spun off its wine business, in the form of Treasury Wine Estates, in May 2011, only four months before Foster’s itself disappeared from the Australian…

Time for investors to diversify for dividends

Investors who are relying on bank stocks for dividends may need to look elsewhere as new measures mean they are likely to miss out on the equity income.

Guidance: The silence is deafening

The uncertainty in equity markets is prompting listed companies to withdraw their earnings guidance. But analysts are calling on a number of companies who have not provided updates to assist investors by giving a clear outlook. Around 34 per cent…

Time to start looking for recovery stocks

High quality businesses with balance sheets that will be resilient to this year’s challenges, combined with future growth opportunities, are the features equity investors should be looking for as they get set for the sharemarket recovery. Investors should favour companies…

Time to review hybrid risks

National Australia Bank and Macquarie Bank withdrew hybrid security offers late last week, citing market volatility and the likely impact on the price of the notes once they listed. NAB launched a hybrid offer, NAB Capital Notes 4, on February…

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