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Share to buy: CQR

Our bullish view on CQR is based on expectations of steady earnings growth and asset revaluations, a defensive rent base, its healthy balance sheet and reasonable valuation. CQR’s 1H14 like-for-like net operating income (NOI) showed modest growth of 2.5%, despite a tough retail environment. This came on the back of 3.3% rent growth from specialty


Share to sell: GWA Group (GWA)

GWA’s result in February missed consensus estimates and guidance was lowered. Cost increases, the A$ and price declines all offset attempted cost savings, so GWA needs to work harder. Bathrooms & Kitchens saw margin expansion but with 70% of products imported and GWA’s 32% premium pricing to peer product ranges, there are concerns over the


Share to buy: Investa Office Fund (IOF)

Investa Office Fund (IOF) Investa Office Fund is a real estate investment trust. The Fund is an owner of investment grade office buildings and receives rental income from a tenant register comprising predominantly of Government and blue chip tenants. IOF has investments located in CBD markets throughout Australia and select offshore markets in Europe. IOF’s


Share to Sell- Seven West Media (SWM)

The bias for Seven West Media (SWM) is firmly bearish. As we have highlighted on the chart below, SWM has been in a downtrend for some time now, falling from around $2.60 in September to presently be trading around $1.90. The shorter-term EMAs are crossed lower and the price action is below the longer-term EMA filter,


Share to Sell: Panaust Limited (PNA)

anAust (PNA) is a mid-tier miner that holds mineral assets in Laos, Chile and Thailand.   In Laos, PanAust operates the large Phu Kham copper-gold operation, which commenced production of copper-gold concentrate in April 2008. The Ban Houayxai Gold-Silver mine, which is also located in Laos, commenced commercial production in June 2012. Copper sell-down There


Share to Buy: Crown Limited (CWN)

Crown Resorts (CWN) manages a variety of gaming and entertainment facilities, including, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, cinemas and retail outlets. It also develops hotels and conference centre facilities. The company has two major operations: Australian Resorts, which includes Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth Melco Crown Entertainment (33.6%-owned), which is a developer, owner and operator of integrated


Share to Buy: Alacer Gold Corp (AQG)

Alacer Gold (AQG) is a gold producer with operations in Turkey and Australia, and was formed through a merger between Anatolia Minerals and Avoca Resources in February 2011. AQG’s sole asset is its 80%-owned stake in the Turkish-based Coplar project. The group sold its Australian-based Higginsville operation last year. Gold price Gold has enjoyed a


Share to Buy: David Jones Limited (DJS)

David Jones Limited (DJS) is a high-end Australian department store chain. David Jones was founded in 1838 and is claimed to be the oldest continuously operating department store in the world still trading under its original name. DJS currently has 38 stores, located in most Australian states and territories. While its main business is retailing,


Share to Buy: Tassal Group Limited (TGR)

Tassal Group (TGR) is Australia’s largest Atlantic salmon producer. Tasmanian-based, it is involved in the hatching, farming, processing, sales and marketing of salmon. The group has supply agreements with the big supermarkets Coles and Woolworths, but also distributes to fresh fish shops. It also exports its salmon to overseas markets. TGR’s fresh water and seawater


Share to Sell: The Reject Shop Limited (TRS)

The Reject Shop (TRS) is a discount variety retail company, targeting Australian consumers through low price points, bargain-purchasing and convenient shopping locations. TRS offers a wide variety of general consumer merchandise, with a focus on everyday needs, such as toiletries, cosmetics, homewares, personal care products, hardware, basic furniture, household cleaning products, kitchenware, confectionery and snack