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Reliance Worldwide (ASX:RWC): Plumbing supplies as a 4-decade high inflation hedge

By Nick Sundich | February 23, 2024

Reliance Worldwide (ASX:RWC) is one of the best companies to hold amidst record-high inflation, in our view. As a plumbing supplies company, it can easily pass costs on to customers because emergency plumbing works typically can’t be put off. Although the company’s share price has not been immune from decline, as the pandemic-fuelled renovation boom ended,…

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Here are 6 ASX stocks that helped WAM Capital beat the market by more than 5%

By Nick Sundich | February 23, 2024

WAM Capital (ASX:WAM) is one of several Listed Investment Companies (LICs) operated by Wilson Asset Management. Wilson Asset Management is headed by one of Australia’s most successful investors in Geoff Wilson, and it has showed in its results. The fund made a pre-tax profit of $148.7m and a post-tax profit of $106.5m. It is paying…

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The NVIDIA share price in 2024 may have much further to run!

By Marc Kennis | February 22, 2024

The NVIDIA share price in 2024 … what’s  in store? NVIDIA reported stunning quarterly numbers on 22 February 2024 with revenues beating analysts forecasts by a wide margin. Additionally, the outlook for the current quarter was better than expected as well! The share price jumped by 10% in after hours trading on Wall Street almost…

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Sonic Healthcare (ASX:SHL): Australia’s biggest pathology stock is available at a bargain price

By Nick Sundich | February 22, 2024

It is not often that you can buy a blue-chip stock at a bargain price, but Sonic Healthcare (ASX:SHL) is such an opportunity. Yes, we all know its 1HY24 results didn’t look that good – at least not to the investors that sold it off – but hear us out here. Although COVID-19 was a…

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Albo’s labour hire laws: Here are 4 ASX stocks that could lose from Same Job, Same Pay

By Nick Sundich | February 22, 2024

One of the biggest gripes amongst the Australian business community has been the labour hire laws passed by the Albanese government that have been called ‘Same Job Same Pay’. In a nutshell, the law ensures that labour hire workers get the same rate of pay and conditions as those directly employed at a company. Argument…

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Australian uranium stocks: Here is why they are set for growth and our 4 favourites

By Nick Sundich | February 21, 2024

Investors should seriously look into Australian uranium stocks. And we’re not just talking all ASX stocks involved in yellowcake, we’re talking about those with projects in Australia.   The uranium pricing upswing is good news for all stocks… Uranium is a unique commodity with an eclectic range of applications and it seems marketplaces across the…

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Breville (ASX:BRG) is brewing up something blissful for 2024, so when should you buy the stock?

By Nick Sundich | February 21, 2024

Breville (ASX:BRG) is one of those consumer stocks that has been sold off over fears that it will be hit by inflation…well, it was until investors realised it was not. Despite its 26% gain in the last year, it remains below 2021 highs, and so we think this is a stock that represents an opportunity…

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The ANZ Suncorp deal was finally approved! Can this deal propel ANZ Bank’s growth over the next 2 years?

By Nick Sundich | February 20, 2024

Yesterday, ASX investors awoke to news that the proposed tie up between ANZ Suncorp deal (specifically Suncorp’s retail banking arm) – the biggest Australian banking deal in a decade – will be going ahead after all.  The deal, first proposed in July 2022, provided for ANZ to pay pay $4.9bn for Suncorp’s retail bank, $3.5bn…

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Beacon Lighting (ASX:BLX): One of our favourite ASX retailers with strong upside potential

By Nick Sundich | February 20, 2024

Beacon Lighting (ASX:BLX) flies under many investors’ radar, but it really shouldn’t. The family-owned company sells lights and fans to retail and trade consumers and is the largest company in its industry. It has a proven track record of growth and has more catalysts to come.   Beacon Lighting’s track record Beacon Lighting listed in…

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Consensus estimates: How accurate are they and why is it such bad news if companies miss them?

By Nick Sundich | February 20, 2024

If you’ve read some of our articles before, you might hear us talk a lot about consensus estimates. You may have heard the term ‘missed consensus’ when a stock reports results below that number. Just what is meant by this?   What are consensus estimates? Consensus estimates refer to the predicted future performance of a…

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Insights from our sector analysis

The-Best-Mining-Stocks

The Best Mining Stocks

Mining stocks have substantial potential given demand for all types of resources and metals. Chart your course through this volatile sector with our comprehensive report on the top Mining Stocks on ASX.

The-Best-Tech-Stocks

The Best Tech Stocks

Tech stocks present considerable opportunities against the backdrop of an increasingly digital world. Traverse the unpredictable terrain of this complicated sector with our detailed report on the top Tech Stocks on ASX.

The-Best-Uranium-Stocks

The Best Uranium Stocks

Uranium stocks offer substantial potential as demand for clean energy keeps rising and nuclear energy is making a comeback. Navigate this volatile, but exiting landscape with our report on the top Uranium Stocks on ASX.

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The Best Healthcare Stocks

Healthcare stocks harbor significant promise as the necessity for enhanced medical services and innovative healthcare solutions continues to escalate. Traverse this dynamic, yet rewarding terrain with our analysis on the top Healthcare Stocks on ASX.

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The Best Mining Stocks

The-Best-Tech-Stocks

The Best Tech Stocks

The-Best-Uranium-Stocks

The Best Uranium Stocks

Insights from our share type analysis

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

Navigating the Australian stock market can be tricky, especially when the market is marked by fluctuating commodity prices and lingering recession fears. 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.

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Best ASX Stocks Right Now

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Penny Stocks

Navigating the best ASX Penny stocks, can be complex, given the diversity of companies operating in various sectors. Moreover, with the varying market caps and the volatility associated with Penny stocks, investing in these stocks can be risky. But there is potential for impressive returns.

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Penny Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

Investing in Dividend stocks can be a sound investment strategy, depending on your risk profile, age and affinity with certain sectors. But what stocks to buy is another matter entirely. If done right, investing in Dividend stocks can set you up for retirement very nicely.

The Top Dividend Stocks

The Top Dividend Stocks

Webinars and Interviews

Dimerix (ASX:DXB) Phase 2 interim data reading should be out soon!

Dimerix (ASX:DXB)   We spoke with Dr Nina Webster, CEO of Dimerix (ASX: DXB), about the…

Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) looks like it may be hitting some very big milestones in 2024!

Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) We spoke again with Cony Hanoch, CEO of Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT), about recent…

Immuron (ASX:IMC): Clinical data imminent!

Immuron (ASX:IMC) We spoke to Immuron CEO Steve Lydeamore about the clinical work it is doing…

Dimerix’ (ASX:DXB) interim analysis imminent in 2024. Interview with CEO Dr. Nina Webster.

Dimerix (ASX:DXB) We spoke with Dr. Nina Webster, CEO of Dimerix (ASX: DXB) about the important…

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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