Quarterly Commentaries

The investment team spend a lot of their time thinking about individual stocks, markets and all sorts of other related (or often unrelated) topics. These get filtered through the quarter with the (hopefully) more interesting ones making it into our quarterly commentaries. These can be found below - we hope you find them interesting reading.

  • July 2016

    We kick off by reviewing the previous quarter, then discuss the decisions that a corporate has to make when choosing their IPO broker and its implications for investors in “Choosing a Lead Manager for your IPO, Size Matters”.  We then consider the levels of foreign ownership in our share...
  • April 2016

    It’s a big read this quarter, but don’t forget you have three months to get through it.  So take your time.  We start by reviewing the previous quarter, then give you some tools for predicting the future in “NZ Equity returns – future predictions”.  We then give our opinion on Scott...
  • January 2016

    We start by reviewing the previous quarter, then look in to our crystal ball for 2016 and beyond.  We then discuss the prospects for oil, and review Slater and Gordon, a topical company on the Australian Stock Market.   Disclaimer: The following commentaries represent only the...
  • October 2015

    We start by discussing a rather volatile quarter.  In “Uber-Barbell” we comment on insights derived from a recent trip to Perth.  In “Equity market cross road” we discuss our views on potential paths for equity and other asset prices.   Disclaimer: The following commentaries...
  • July 2015

    This quarter we kick off with a look at high multiple stocks, followed by a look at how electricity may play an even more important role in the future. We then answer a highly relevant investor question, talk some more on how Japan could solve its debt issue and finish with a couple of short...

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