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Investing at the smaller end of the market

30 April 2014 | Broker reports editor

 small end DIY super investors tend to shy away from the smaller companies on the stock exchange. But there are ways of investing in the overall sector that are lower risk and there may be some opportunities. The sector looks undervalued when compared with the big companies.

What do the changes at NAB mean?

03 April 2014 | Broker reports editor

 NABThe departue of CEO Cameron Clyne at NAB has focused interest on the sector. Self managed super investors have greatly increased their holdings in the banks, although this has largely been at the expense of retail shareholders. What will it mean for bank share prices?

Banks steady but unremarkable

01 April 2014 | Broker reports editor

unremarkableThe banks look to be travelling relatively well, but are considered to be fully priced. The continued growth in housing lending suggests that investment in banks and investment in residential property are actually quite similar strategies.

Westpac solid but unexciting

19 March 2014 | Broker reports editor


Westpac is one of the banks much favoured by DIY investors. Brokers think it is unexciting, but believe it is benefiting from a better context for financial services companies.

Insurers may be worth a look

13 March 2014 | Broker reports editor

insuranceThe insurance sector may fail to meet its growth targets, but inflows are reasonably "normal" according to one broker.

Outlook benign

03 March 2014 | Broker reports editor

Outlook benignA broker says first half earnings per share growth suggests the stock market is headed for 15% full year growth. Dividend payouts remain high. The miners have made a comeback.

Reporting season healthy so far

25 February 2014 | Broker reports editor

Reporting HealthyReporting season is about half over and the results are slightly exceeding expectations. It suggests a relatively healthy market that is fully priced. Resources and banks have performed well.

Signs of strength in stock markets

09 February 2014 | Broker reports editor

oreEarnings revisions were only slightly downwards according to a broker report. It is a sign of strength in the market. Meanwhile, global conditions are also improving.

Buildings materials companies may be over rated

30 January 2014 | Broker reports editor

oreThe buildings materials sector should be benefiting from the housing strength. But analysts think that the market may be getting ahead of itself. CSR and Adelaide Brighton may be the preferred play.

Investors worry about bubbles.

20 November 2013 | Broker reports editor

Bubbles Investors are growing nervous about bubbles being formed. But a report by Deutsche Bank shows that, while there are danger signals, the underlying valuations are about in line with the historical average.

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