Monthly Archives: September 2013

Free new stock analyser

Free new stock analyser

I’ve not been researching many companies recently and there’s a reason. I was getting frustrated with the various data websites which give financial information on shares. I use these to glance at companies quickly and decide if they are worth a further look. The problem is that sometimes the data just isn’t accurate and youread more

JD Sports (LSE:JD.)

JD Sports (LSE:JD.)

I’ve held JD Sports for quite a while, and a few days ago its latest interim results were released. The core business is doing extremely well. JD Sports stores are currently the leaders in sports fashion wear, with pretty much no competition.

But while the JD business is thriving I am not at all pleased with how the overall group is doing. The group is made up of not just JD Sports but Fashion stores like Bank, and now Blacks which is a higher end outdoor retailer. The fashion and outdoor segments have no unique selling point, are in fierce competition with all sorts of competitors and unlike JD Sports shops, they do not offer something unique to the customer.read more

Emeco Holdings (ASX:EHL)

Emeco Holdings (ASX:EHL)

Emeco leases heavy earth movement vehicles to the mining sector. It is currently selling for less than what I calculate as a conservative liquidation value. Although the industry is in a cyclical downturn, Emeco continues to generate free cash flow and is well within its debt covenants. I think it is worth around book value of A$0.72, compared to its current share price of A$0.22. Under a worst case scenario and the company liquidates I think there is a good chance of investors not losing money.read more

Ridley Inc and portfolio update

Ridley Inc and portfolio update

I’ve made a lot of portfolio changes over the last week or so, I don’t know if I’ve just been lucky but I’ve recently found quite a few investments that are attractive.read more

Learn to Invest

Learn to Invest

If you are new to the investing world, you probably don’t understand a lot of what this website says. Don’t fret, because these guides will show you how to get that experience you need. The guides have been split into basic investing and advanced. I recommend starting with the Basic Investing page first, as itread more

New ‘Learn to invest’ page

New ‘Learn to invest’ page

I get quite a few requests for books to read on investing and am quite bored of typing out the same sort of response each time. So I decided to develop a page of my website that goes through what I think are the most crucial books and letters to study in order to becomeread more


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