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Portfolio Positioning: It’s all about Australia!

The ASX200 continues to rally steadily with the index challenging the psychological 7400 area in the early afternoon as the +0.9% gain took Junes advance to +218-points / 3%, and we’re still only half way through the month, although I would caution the bulls that we’ve reached MM’s target for June assuming the markets going to maintain the same momentum of the last 4-months.

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Macro Monday (on a Tuesday): Keep riding the wave

The ASX200 again posted all-time highs last week as a little profit taking in the banks was more than offset by broad based buying across the market led by the IT Sector as bond yields slipped lower removing the headwind which has been suppressing the growth stocks through most of 2021 – our focus today will be on these very same bond yields which have dictated the sector rotation over the last 6-months.

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Portfolio Positioning: Stay long but tweak stock / sector exposure.

The ASX200 continues to rally steadily with the seasonal concerns around May well and truly behind us, since Februarys low ~6500 the index has gained well over 3% p.m. with no obvious end in sight, if anything the moves gathering momentum after clearing the 7000 hurdle. Tuesdays 10-point gain wasn’t particularly exciting but with meaningful sellers remaining firmly on the sidelines it’s more a matter of which sectors drag us higher with the IT & Healthcare stocks more recently best on ground i.e. the growth plays.

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What Matters Today: 3 M&A targets on our radar

The ASX200 again scaled fresh all-time highs on Monday but on a day when the banks struggled following regulator AUSTRAC’s investigation into money laundering at National Australia Bank (NAB) it was one step too far for the index to close above 7300.

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Macro Monday: MM believes it’s almost time to buy the tech stocks

This morning the ASX200 appears poised to again test the 7300 area, if we assume the local index has already seen its low for June and the last couple of months have set the benchmark for the current breakout by Australian stocks investors should expect to see a test of 7400 in the coming weeks, a move that shouldn’t be hard to comprehend as the banks maintain their bullish charge, the average gain of the “Big 4” in 2021 is already over 28%, and that’s before we even consider their attractive dividends.

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What Matters Today: 5 stocks MM are considering this morning

The ASX200 keeps posting fresh all-time highs almost as often a day ends with a “y”, earlier this quarter MM was optimistically discussing the major Australian benchmark breaching 7000 but around midday on Thursday 7300 was feeling more likely.

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MM remains a happy buyers of market pullbacks
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MM is now watching NXL closely
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MM is neutral Coke at best
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MM remains a keen buyer of US stocks ~8% lower
MM remains a keen buyer of US 10-year bond yields under 1.5%
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MM can see easily see a 10% correction in base metal prices
MM is neutral the $US at current levels
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MM likes S32 around $2.70
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MM likes SGM ~10% lower
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MM likes IGO ~15% lower
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Morning report

Portfolio Positioning: It’s all about Australia!

The ASX200 continues to rally steadily with the index challenging the psychological 7400 area in the early afternoon as the +0.9% gain took Junes advance to +218-points / 3%, and we’re still only half way through the month, although I would caution the bulls that we’ve reached MM’s target for June assuming the markets going to maintain the same momentum of the last 4-months.

Morning report

Macro Monday (on a Tuesday): Keep riding the wave

The ASX200 again posted all-time highs last week as a little profit taking in the banks was more than offset by broad based buying across the market led by the IT Sector as bond yields slipped lower removing the headwind which has been suppressing the growth stocks through most of 2021 – our focus today will be on these very same bond yields which have dictated the sector rotation over the last 6-months.

Morning report

Portfolio Positioning: Stay long but tweak stock / sector exposure.

The ASX200 continues to rally steadily with the seasonal concerns around May well and truly behind us, since Februarys low ~6500 the index has gained well over 3% p.m. with no obvious end in sight, if anything the moves gathering momentum after clearing the 7000 hurdle. Tuesdays 10-point gain wasn’t particularly exciting but with meaningful sellers remaining firmly on the sidelines it’s more a matter of which sectors drag us higher with the IT & Healthcare stocks more recently best on ground i.e. the growth plays.

Morning report

What Matters Today: 3 M&A targets on our radar

The ASX200 again scaled fresh all-time highs on Monday but on a day when the banks struggled following regulator AUSTRAC’s investigation into money laundering at National Australia Bank (NAB) it was one step too far for the index to close above 7300.

Morning report

Macro Monday: MM believes it’s almost time to buy the tech stocks

This morning the ASX200 appears poised to again test the 7300 area, if we assume the local index has already seen its low for June and the last couple of months have set the benchmark for the current breakout by Australian stocks investors should expect to see a test of 7400 in the coming weeks, a move that shouldn’t be hard to comprehend as the banks maintain their bullish charge, the average gain of the “Big 4” in 2021 is already over 28%, and that’s before we even consider their attractive dividends.

Morning report

What Matters Today: 5 stocks MM are considering this morning

The ASX200 keeps posting fresh all-time highs almost as often a day ends with a “y”, earlier this quarter MM was optimistically discussing the major Australian benchmark breaching 7000 but around midday on Thursday 7300 was feeling more likely.

Morning report

What Matters Today: Have energy stocks bottomed earlier than we expected?

The ASX200 continues to grind higher posting new all-time highs on an almost weekly basis, Wednesdays 75-point rally was a strong broad based performance with over 70% of stocks closing higher led by the energy names while being well supported by the miners and banks.

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