The Best Shares to Buy

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 Metcash Limited (MTS)

Metcash (MTS) is a wholesale distributor of grocery, fresh produce, liquor, hardware, automotive parts and other consumer goods. It has three major divisions: Metcash Food & Grocery, comprising IGA supermarket and Campbells Wholesale Australian Liquor Marketers (ALM) Metcash Hardware and Automotive, comprising Mitre 10 and the Automotive Brands Group (83.1%-owned) 1H14 results MTS’ 1H14 results

Share to Buy: Wesfarmers Limited (WES)

Wesfarmers (WES) is a diversified group with operations in hardware retailing, supermarkets, liquor and petrol, discount department stores, industrial supplies, coal mining, gas, fertilisers and chemicals. Its portfolio comprises of some of Australia’s biggest and well-known brands like Coles, Target, Kmart and Bunnings. Insurance sale Last month, Insurance Australia Group (IAG) agreed to buy WES’

Buy, Sell, Hold Recommendations – Herald Sun 29/9/2013

As featured in the Herald Sun on September 29th 2013, here are the latest buy, sell and hold recommendations from Geoff Saffer Equity Analyst & Educational Facilitator at the Australian Stock Report. Geoff has over 10 years’ experience researching and analysing Australian shares, with a passion for fundamental analysis and specialty in identifying undervalued companies – particularly at

Share Tip: Woolworths Limited (WOW)

Woolworths Limited (WOW) operates supermarkets, specialty and discount department stores, a liquor business and electronics stores throughout Australia. The company manufactures processed foods, exports and wholesales food and offers petrol retailing. WOW’s hotel operations include pubs, food, accommodation, and gaming. 1Q13 Sales WOW’s 1Q13 sales continued to show an improving sales trend. Sales from continuing

Stock To Watch JB Hi-Fi (JBH)

JB Hi-Fi (JBH) is a chain of electrical stores, selling leading brands of hi-fi, speakers, televisions, DVDs, cameras, car sound, home theatre, computers, white goods, portable audio and a variety of music, games and movies. The company has been able to grow its sales over the last 5 years in what can only be described

Metcash: Stocks To Watch

Metcash Limited (MTS) is a marketing and distribution company operating in the food and other consumer goods sectors. MTS is divided into four business units: IGA Distribution, Campbell’s Wholesale, Australian Liquor Marketers and Mitre 10. All of the business units are full owned by MTS with the exception of Mitre 10, which is 50.1% owned.

ASX Blue Chip Stocks News: Woolworths (WOW)

Woolworths (ASX:WOW) operates supermarkets, specialty and discount department stores, liquor and electronics stores throughout Australia. Woolworths also manufactures processed foods, exports and wholesales food and offers petrol retailing.  The Company also operates hotels which includes pubs, food, accommodation, and gaming operations. ASX Blue chip supermarket giant Woolworths today announced 2Q sales growth of 5.1% to

Shares to Buy Wesfarmers (WES)

Wesfarmers (WES) is Australia’s leading conglomerate, headquartered in Perth, Western Australia. Since listing on the ASX in 1984, the company has recorded strong growth in assets and profits. Wesfarmers owns several iconic Australian businesses, including supermarket chain Coles, hardware retailer Bunning’s Warehouse, discount department stores Target and K-Mart, and office supplies provider Officeworks. WES also

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