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INVESTING REPORT

The Investing Report features regular investing recommendations for the Australian share market, based on fundamental analysis. The stock recommendations cater to investors looking for growth as well as those looking for more defensive stocks

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Shares to buy: Superloop Limited (SLC)

Superloop Superloop is designing, constructing and operating new dark fibre networks throughout the Asia Pacific metro region. The company is building critical core infrastructure for wholesale carriers and global content providers who require infinitely scalable and reliable connectivity. Whilst it takes time to build networks, and for a period it seemed investors had gotten ahead of themselves with respect to SLC, the company appears to be turning the corner. The last 12 months have seen strong sales in Singapore, completion of the HK network, expansion of the Australian network, a bolstered sales team, and a track record of solid sales growth. The stock, like the broader market; hasn't really done much recently. Subsequently, we're looking at a 12-month timeframe (at least) on this one. Price target: $3.00

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Shares to buy: Smartgroup Corporation Ltd (SIQ)

siqgroup SmartgroupCorporation Limited engages in the provision of employee benefits and workforce optimization services. We covered SIQ in our April stock picks document. At that time it was trading around $6.50 and we had a price target on it of $7.50. It is now trading around $9. Whilst the stock has performed well, the company remains highly cash-generative with strong returns, and we can’t see any signs of earnings quality deteriorating. There is also evidence of management buying. So, the fundamental story remains strong and we’re confident SIQ can continue to deliver. After popping higher in August, the stock has spent the past few weeks consolidating around the $9 level. We’re comfortable buying towards this $9 level, with targets to $11.

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Shares to buy: Boral Limited (BLD)

BLDASX BLD is trading at a steep 25% discount to the All Industrials ex-financials on FY18 price/earnings estimates, which is significantly below the historical trading range. This is largely attributable to the proposed acquisition of Headwaters, reflecting the size of the transaction and concerns around coal-linked fly ash and regulatory approvals. In our opinion, investor concerns are overstated. The catalysts that could drive a re-rating include regulatory approvals, delivery on FY17 expectations and evidence of synergy execution. On the technical front, since November last year an uptrend has developed, characterised by a series of higher highs and higher lows. We like the recent compression in the shorter-term EMAs (red) and bounce from the longer-term EMAs (green). This suggests those active in the stock are willing to bid up dips and that longer-term momentum is becoming more bullish. We are targeting a move to $6.50.

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Australian Stock Report’s recommendations are measured against the ASX 200 Accumulation Index. Accumulation indices assume that dividends are reinvested and so measure both growth and dividend income. Price indices (non-accumulation indices) do not take dividends into account and measure price growth only.

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DISCLAIMER: *Performance is derived from recommendations provided by Australian Stock Report’s Investing Report, opened on or after date of acquisition in Nov 2014
*Return figures are gross returns and do not take into account fees or brokerage costs.
*Opening and closing prices for trades (and therefore the prices used for determining aggregate profit/loss) will be those published on the Australian Stock Report website and will be determined by the price at which they could realistically be executed in the market at the time the recommendation is published.
*ASX 200 Accumulation Index Return is calculated based upon the price of the index at the start of the session on the day the first ASX 200 trade was placed, i.e. 24.11.2015

Outperformance %

Outperformance is calculated as the difference between Australian Stock Report’s recommendations and the ASX 200 Accumulation Index.

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DISCLAIMER: *Performance is derived from recommendations provided by Australian Stock Report’s Investing Report, opened on or after date of acquisition in Nov 2014
*Return figures are gross returns and do not take into account fees or brokerage costs.
*Opening and closing prices for trades (and therefore the prices used for determining aggregate profit/loss) will be those published on the Australian Stock Report website and will be determined by the price at which they could realistically be executed in the market at the time the recommendation is published.
*ASX 200 Accumulation Index Return is calculated based upon the price of the index at the start of the session on the day the first ASX 200 trade was placed, i.e. 24.11.2015

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The Trading Report provides structured, in-depth, buy and sell recommendations on ASX companies. The research team employs both fundamental and technical analysis in order to ensure only the best opportunities are presented to clients. The Trading Report is best suited to short- and medium-term traders and investors.

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