What to look for or how to measure if the stock is priced, say twice its worth e.g. PDN vs uranium price mentioned in MM recent post? As for other stocks, priced to “perfection” – what are we looking at? PE, Price to Book, ?? Kindly elaborate, if able. Many thanks once again for the […]
Stocks opened slightly higher on Friday and with the US settling into its Thanksgiving long weekend everything was pointing to a low volume quiet day, how things changed over the ensuing hours - we’ve repeatedly said the market will breakout when least expected and that’s one call we certainly got right - just not the direction we were after:
Hi James , Bapcor dipped under $7 briefly and is around the $7.03 mark . You had a interest around these levels but still haven’t pulled the trigger ? Do you feel it’s way oversold and the CEO retiring has damaged the chances of this stock heading higher in the short term? Cheers Craig
Hi James and team, I have been enjoying the MM reports, I like the format, the content and the tone. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much luck with many of the stocks I picked: SSM, RSG, BVS, Z1P, A2M, IAG to name a few, even though they were recommended as “buy “or “active”. When MM sold […]
Hi James, Firstly thanks for some great macro and individual stock advice. I have covered the cost of the membership many times over with my paper profits on ALL, OZL and ORE. Since coming on board my share portfolio has slightly outperformed the ASX which is something I used to find very hard. My question: […]
After weeks of being more or less pinned to 7400, the index finally cracked today. Initially it looked to be a pretty subdued end to the week for the ASX given Futures were little changed and the US market closed overnight for the Thanksgiving Holiday, however traders got the jitters and the index was smacked to a new 5 week low. Fears around a new COVID strain appears to be the main thing concerning investors with travel stocks firmly in the firing line.
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