Computershare: The ducks start to line up

Two years ago we set out four things that could provide a kicker to Computershare’s profits. Three of them might be falling into place.

For several years we’ve been banging on about the potential for Computershare’s earnings to rocket, but it’s always been in the abstract. Finally, three of the four potential profit boosters we wrote about in Computershare takes the lion’s share on 22 Jun 11 (Long Term Buy – $9.19) look like they might be falling into place.

With Australia accounting for just 15% of Computershare’s earnings, there aren’t many local companies that will benefit more from the fall in the Australian dollar.

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