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Welcome to our Q&A page. This is the best place to ask us questions that relate to stocks, recommendations and investing generally. Within those parameters, we'll try to answer any questions you might have, although at busy times it might take a few days for us to respond.


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Jon Mills Answered by Jon Mills 11h ago

A mistake to downgrade Reckon to Sell?

Was putting a sell on Reckon a mistake?

Mitchell Sneddon Answered by Mitchell Sneddon 3d ago

What is min amount to invest in LIC's to receive a monthly income of $5000

Hi I am 12 years from reaching my preservation age,what is min amount to invest in LIC's to receive a monthly income of $5000 after leaving the workforce between myself and wife?We do not live a extravagant lifestyle ,just comfortable,of course more would be better?

James Greenhalgh Answered by James Greenhalgh 4d ago

Reece's 5 for 1 share split

I noticed today Reece (REH) has announced a possible share split 5:1 and the share price has jumped quite a bit. To my way of thinking this is a pointless exercise and a waste of money. Is there any evidence that a share split does translate to an increase in liquidity? I am sure investors can get a suitable parcel size at circa $50 per share.

James Greenhalgh Answered by James Greenhalgh 4d ago

What Domain price should I buy at?

At what price should we be buying Domain .. when it floats today?

James Greenhalgh Answered by James Greenhalgh 5d ago

Buy opportunities: A bit scarce?

I get the impression that 'buy' opportunities have been scarce for the past few months. Your most recent 'buy' recommendation, VRT, I bought last time you had it as a 'buy' a few months ago, but I'm happy with the holding I have of VRT and don't wish to increase it. Are there any new 'buy' recommendations coming up?

James Greenhalgh Answered by James Greenhalgh 6h ago

Why does Cash Converters have a low PER?

Why is CCV trading on a low Price to earnings ratio? Regards Frank

James Carlisle Answered by James Carlisle 7h ago

What to do after a sharemarket correction

Stock Mark Correction - When it happens - Fully In, Partially In, Partially Out or Fully Out? I am just curious. When the stock market enters into a bear territory, some analysts recommend selling some stocks (depending on how much it falls) and going for cash. Everyone has a different view on this topic and I am interested to know your take on this.

Graham Witcomb Answered by Graham Witcomb 10h ago

Investing in medical marijuana companies

Hi , what is the best shares to invest for short term gain and long term gain? Is medical marijuana is a good investment for long terms gains or short term gains? I am very new to stock market but I am very interested in investing in medical cannabis. Could you please explain to me the minimum cost for investment and the risk of the market? 

Graham Witcomb Answered by Graham Witcomb 10h ago

What are your thoughts on SYD and rising rates?

Hi, Listened to a podcast from Charlie Aitken on Livewire today. Interested in your thoughts on Sydney Airport which is discussed briefly by Charlie. He’s concerned for the valuation in an environment of rising interest rates. We know about the monopolistic credentials of this asset, what are your thoughts on SYD and rising rates? Cheers, Shane

Alex Hughes Answered by Alex Hughes 12h ago

What about Fastbrick Robotics?

Hello team I am interested in your thoughts of a robotic technology company called Fastbrick Robotics, FBR. Their aim is to build a 3D robotic bricklaying system, called the Hadrian X, that builds houses layer by layer. It is basically a truck that drives to the location and prints out a house made of bricks with its 30 meter boom. It uses laser guided technology to accurately place the bricks and it is anticipated that the machine will be able to lay the equivalent of 1000 bricks per hour with minimal human involvement. Caterpillar have invested in the company and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have signed a non binding MOU for the Hadrian X robots to build 50,000 new homes by 2022. This would require the equivalent of 100 Hadrian X machines. The sale price is expected to be approximately $2M each. I am fascinated by the technology and the potential for this company. I would be greatly appreciate your views on this company as an investment. Thanks in anticipation Paul

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