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5 stocks that issued or upgraded their FY24 guidance in recent weeks!

By Nick Sundich | April 22, 2024

We’re nearly at that time of year when companies upgrade or downgrade their FY24 guidance. It is called ‘confession season’. Why now? Because it is close to the end of the financial year, but also right before one of the most major equities conferences in Australia, run by Macquarie in early May. A downgrade to…

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Temple and Webster (ASX:TPW): Here’s why there’s still more growth to come from this ecommerce furniture outlet

By Nick Sundich | April 22, 2024

Temple and Webster (ASX:TPW) was one of several homewares and furniture companies to benefit from the pandemic as locked-down consumers spiced up their homes. Shares retreated as the country re-opened in 2022 and rising interest rates caused high-growth companies to be shunned by investors. But unlike many of its peers, Temple and Webster has undergone…

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Tigers Realm Coal (ASX:TIG): Its making an awkward exit from Siberian coking coal, but what’s next?

By Nick Sundich | April 19, 2024

Tigers Realm Coal (ASX:TIG) has been one of the few ASX stocks (if not the only ASX stock) with direct exposure to Russia, through coking coal operations in Siberia. The company has its principal office in Moscow, but a registered Australian office in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood. After listing in 2011 with a $37.5m…

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Is a soft landing still likely in Australia in 2024?

By Nick Sundich | April 19, 2024

Is Australia still set for a soft landing? For some months now, it was thought the answer was a firm yes. Some thought we were there already. But this week, there is less uncertainty as to this question, specifically in light of US retail sales growth figures released earlier this week. The impact of the…

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Johns Lyng Group (ASX:JLG): One of a few ways to profit from climate change

By Nick Sundich | April 18, 2024

Johns Lyng Group (ASX:JLG) is a restoration services company, repairing properties after damage by insured events, including weather and other impact incidents. This could be one of the few companies that may be a beneficiary of climate change.   Johns Lyng Group has bee around for a long time Johns Lyng Group was established in 1953…

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Hydrogen in Australia: Can we expect massive adoption in the next 10 years?

By Nick Sundich | April 18, 2024

When will we see hydrogen in Australia? Not as a fad, not as an idea, but as a widespread energy source as we are all being told it will be? It will be several years away, and it is anyone’s guess. Nonetheless, you have to start from somewhere, and there will be billions of dollars…

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Why is Gina Rinehart buying into Lynas? She’s accumulated a stake worth over $300m

By Nick Sundich | April 17, 2024

The big question on many investors’ minds this week is why is Gina Rinehart buying into Lynas Rare Earths (ASX:LYC)? A substantial notice lodged with the ASX last Tuesday (April 16) shows that she now owns 5.82% of Lynas Rare Earths, in a stake worth over $300m with over 54m shares at over $6 each.…

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What is a REIT’s Funds From Operations (FFO) and how can investors use this metric to their advantage

By Nick Sundich | April 17, 2024

ASX REITs often use the metric Funds From Operations (FFO). Investors new to investing in REITs may wonder what it is given that few non-property stocks use it on one hand, but just about all property stocks do on the other. And so it can raise quite a few eyebrows belonging to investors looking at…

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Here are 2 great ASX Electric Vehicle Stocks to Buy Now!

By Nick Sundich | April 17, 2024

The question of which ASX Electric Vehicle Stocks to Buy Now may not appear to be one worth asking at first glance. This is because there are no pureplay Electric Vehicle makers listed on the ASX. Investors wanting exposure to them will have to invest in overseas stock exchanges. There are also dozens of lithium…

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When will coal be phased out in Australia? And what will this mean for ASX coal and energy stocks?

By Nick Sundich | April 16, 2024

When will coal be phased out in Australia? It is inevitable that coal’s days are numbered, although the Russia-Ukraine war temporarily led to a new boom in the market given high prices. And Australia still has 21 gigawatts of energy produced by coal annually. On a production basis, Australian hard coal production grew from 348Mt…

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Sector Analysis

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The Best Mining Stocks

Mining and resources stocks have substantial potential given demand for all types of resources and metals from gold and iron ore to battery metals like lithium and graphite! There are over 700 stocks in this sector from big miners to small cap explorers.

The-Best-Tech-Stocks

The Best Tech Stocks

Tech stocks are appetising in the context of an increasingly digital world ranging from data centre builders, cloud services providers and cybersecurity companies. Many of the ASX's best performing stocks in the last decade have been tech stocks.

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The Best Uranium Stocks

Uranium stocks are in a good spot right now with rising demand for clean energy, nuclear energy making a comeback and yellowcake pricing reaching levels not seen since the GFC. This has enabled many companies with mothballed projects to bring them out of hibernation.

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The Best Healthcare Stocks

There are dozens of Healthcare stocks on the ASX ranging from big names like CSL and Cochlear with established products and markets, to small cap biotechs and medtechs hoping to follow in their footsteps and commercialise the next big innovation.

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The Best Mining Stocks

The-Best-Tech-Stocks

The Best Tech Stocks

The-Best-Uranium-Stocks

The Best Uranium Stocks

Share Type Analysis

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The quest for the best stocks to buy now is a never-ending one, but armed with a solid investment strategy, you can create a diversified portfolio that stands the test of time. We provide our Top 10 ASX stocks we think investors should consider right now. 

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Penny Stocks

Navigating ASX Penny stocks, can be complex, given the diversity of companies operating in various sectors and the high risk associated with them. But there is potential for impressive returns if investors can find the right company.

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

Investing in Dividend stocks can provide an additional source of income, and so are popular with a wide variety of investors. But only some companies pay dividends, and even consistent payers can fluctuate payouts year to year. We outline the Top Dividend Stocks for investors to consider.

The Top Dividend Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

Webinars and Interviews

Intelligent Monitoring Group (ASX:IMB): Interview with Executive Director Dennison Hambling

Intelligent Monitoring Group (ASX:IMB) We spoke with Dennison Hambling, Executive Director of Intelligent Monitoring Group (ASX:…

Future Battery Minerals (ASX:FBM) interview with CEO Nick Rathjen

Future Battery Minerals We spoke to Nick Rathjen, Managing Director of Future Battery Minerals (ASX: FBM),…

Black Rock Mining (ASX:BKT): Its graphite project is in a great position

Black Rock Mining (ASX:BKT) We talked with John de Vries, CEO of Black Rock Mining (ASX:BKT)…

Oceana Lithium (ASX:OCN) interview with CEO Caue Araujo

Oceana Lithium (ASX:OCN) We spoke to Caue Araujo, CEO of Oceana Lithium (ASX:OCN), about that company’s…

The Team Behind Stocks Down Under

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Stuart Roberts

Co-Founder

Stuart Roberts is the co-founder of Stocks Down Under. Previously, Stuart covered the healthcare and biotechnology sectors at NDF Research and at stockbroking firms Southern Cross Equities, Bell Potter and Baillieu Holst from 2002 to 2015, where he developed a reputation for detailed analysis on previously uncovered Life Science companies. In 2018, he co-founded Pitt Street Research

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Marc Kennis

Co-Founder

Marc is the co-founder of Stocks Down Under and has 25+ years experience analyzing companies in a range of sectors, including Food & Beverage, Industrials, Technology, Medical Equipment, Telecom and Media. Prior to moving to Australia in 2014, he worked for a number of brokers and banks in The Netherlands, including ING and Rabobank. In 2018, Marc co-founded Pitt Street Research,

The Team Behind Stocks Down Under

STUART ROBERTS

Stuart Roberts is the co-founder of Stocks Down Under. Previously, Stuart covered the healthcare and biotechnology sectors at NDF Research and at stockbroking firms Southern Cross Equities, Bell Potter and Baillieu Holst from 2002 to 2015, where he developed a reputation for detailed analysis on previously uncovered Life Science companies. In 2018, he co-founded Pitt Street Research together with Marc.

MARC KENNIS

Marc is the co-founder of Stocks Down Under and has 20+ years experience analyzing companies in a range of sectors, including Food & Beverage, Industrials, Technology, Medical Equipment, Telecom and Media. Prior to moving to Australia in 2014, he worked for a number of brokers and banks in The Netherlands, including ING and Rabobank. In 2018, Marc co-founded Pitt Street Research, Australia's preeminent issuer-sponsored equities research firm.

PETER KILBY

Pete is Stocks Down Under's head of customer service. He is an avid investor with a knack for deep-dive company research. Pete likes the more established companies on ASX, but doesn't shy away from the occasional risky play. At Stocks Down Under he gets to do the two things he loves most, investing and talking to like-minded people.

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