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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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Bingo Industries (BIN)

Bingo Industries (BIN) made a favourable announcement that it has been granted consent to increase the processing capacity from its Mortdale NSW recycling plant from 30,000 tonnes to 220,000 tonnes per year... [optin-monster-shortcode id="ytmkrkkrivuqcwumwbid"] This material increase will add further capacity to the combined group and illustrates the ongoing strategy to build out capacity, generate cost savings from scale and further consolidate what is a fragmented industry. Development work will commence in February with the site expected to be fully operational by September. Tim Montague-Jones | Head of Australian Equity Research

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Shares to watch: Automotive Holdings Group (AHG)

The refrigeration logistics business has been a problem child for the company sucking away capital and management time to restructure and make it profitable. The company says it intends to explore capital management initiatives to maintain an efficient balance sheet and minimise its overall cost of capital. This implies a potential pay down in debt and a possible return of funds to shareholders, while no details are provided it could come in the form of a share buyback or a special dividend. This good news is however offset by a trading update. [optin-monster-shortcode id="ytmkrkkrivuqcwumwbid"]   AHG The company provides a trading update for fiscal 2018, which is disappointing, consensus is looking for the company to deliver NPAT growth of 4.2% for fiscal 2018, the company says “As expected, trading in the first four months of FY2018 has been impacted by the regulatory changes to insurance income and continued weakness in the Western Australian market, offset by the strong start in Refrigerated Logistics. Operating NPAT at the end of October was down 3.1%. “ The company’s prior guidance was for a modest uplift in earnings for FY18. They now say the consolidated outlook for FY18 is dependent on the timing and completion on the sale of the Refrigeration Logistics business. We expect this will lead analysts to downgrade their near-term earnings expectations from a modest uplift to flat earnings growth. Tim Montague-Jones | Head of Australian Equity Research

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Shares to buy: South 32 (S32)

South32 is a mining and metals company headquartered in Perth, Western Australia. It was spun out of BHP Billiton on 25 May 2015. The company is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange with secondary listings on the Johannesburg bourse and the London market. [optin-monster-shortcode id="ytmkrkkrivuqcwumwbid"] S32 Recent pullback provides opportunity to buy into uptrend. Often times at Australian Stock Report, we look to buy stocks or other instruments that are pulling back within a broader uptrend. And that is what we are seeing right now with S32. There is a well-defined uptrend in place but the recent pullback, from $3.70 into $3.40, offers the opportunity to be a buyer from a point of value. Price Target: $3.80

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Drawdowns

A drawdown is the reduction of one’s capital after a series of losing trades. A drawdown is quoted as the percentage between the peak and the subsequent trough.

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DISCLAIMER: *Performance is derived from recommendations provided by Australian Stock Report’s Trading 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.
*Returns are calculated based on a $50,000 hypothetical portfolio, risking 2% of the overall portfolio balance ($1,000) as a starting point for each trade.
*Due to slippage and gapping, losses can sometimes exceed $1,000 on an individual trade.
*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.

Hit rate

Also known as batting average. It’s the number of winning trades divided by the number of total trades. If one had 6 winning trades out of 10, the hit rate, or batting average, would be 60% (6/10).

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DISCLAIMER: *Performance is derived from recommendations provided by Australian Stock Report’s Trading 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.
*Returns are calculated based on a $50,000 hypothetical portfolio, risking 2% of the overall portfolio balance ($1,000) as a starting point for each trade.
*Due to slippage and gapping, losses can sometimes exceed $1,000 on an individual trade.
*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.

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