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Top 5 Best Shares To Buy Now On The ASX For 2019

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

The Australian stock market this year has experienced a lot more volatility than in 2017. However, with volatility, comes opportunity.

With the market in the depths of a correction towards the end of 2018, those who are brave enough to pick up a bargain have a wealth of opportunity with many stocks trading well below their fair value.

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Why People Infrastructure Shares (ASX PPE) Is A Stock To Buy

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People Infrastructure Ltd (ASX PPE), a workforce management company, provides contracted staffing and human resources outsourcing services in Australia and New Zealand. The company offers recruiting, on-boarding, rostering, timesheet management, payroll, and workplace health and safety management services. It serves community service, mining, general industrial, infrastructure, construction, food processing, childcare, government, landscaping, and hospitality sectors. Read more

Are Freedom Foods Shares (ASX FNP) A Stock To Buy?

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

Freedom Foods Group Ltd (ASX FNP) sources, manufactures, sells and distributes specialty cereal and snacks, plant and dairy-based beverages and nutritional products. Freedom Foods shares has a footprint in China, South East Asia FNP’s health-focused cereals and snacks are sales leaders on e-commerce site Tmall and JD.com, the two most significant online e-commerce websites in China. Freedom Foods have also entered North America since 2015. Read more

Why PWR Holdings (ASX PWH) Is A Stock To Buy

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PWR Holdings Limited (ASX PWH) is an Australia-based company which produces world-class cooling solutions for motorsports and automotive industry.

Apart from providing high-performance radiators, intercoolers and oil coolers for its elite customers such as Formula One, V8 Supercars, NASCAR and DTM, PWH also support customers by customising products to suit their specific cooling requirements. PWR holdings shares have seen stable growth in its sales revenue and accumulated the market capitalization of AU$314 million. Apart from its main business, PWH also generates revenue from automotive aftermarket, emerging technologies and OEM – original equipment manufacturers. Read more

AVZ Minerals Shares (ASX AVZ) – A Highly Speculative, China Backed Lithium Stock

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

AVZ Minerals Limited (ASX AVZ) is a mineral exploration company that acquires, develops, mines and produces lithium, tin, tantalum and other base metals.

AVZ Minerals shares floated at A$0.15 in 2007, fluctuated between A$0.10 and A$0.20 FY07-FY11, before declining sharply to A$0.01 in FY12 and stayed at that level for more than four years.

In FY16, AVZ Minerals completed the acquisition of the Manono Project in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the largest lithium deposit in the world. The acquisition pushed the AVZ Minerals share price up more than 3000% to A$0.34 within two years.

Since then the share price has declined to around A$0.10. At this point, AVZ Minerals is a play on the Manono project, of which only 50% has been explored.

AVZ Minerals shares is a typical high risk and high reward stock. Manono was recently confirmed to be the world No.1 lithium deposit in scale and No. 2 in grade. However, lots of risk and uncertainty exist in the short-to-medium term, as AVZ has not even begun commercial mining.

As illustrated in the table, AVZ is not profitable for five years as its activities were merely an initial investment in exploration. Read more

Are Medibank Shares (ASX MPL) A Good Dividend Stock To Buy?

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

Medibank Private (ASX MPL) is an Australian-based private health insurance provider. Medibank is in the business of underwriting and distribution of private health insurance policies through Medibank and ahm brands.

The company has two main segments, Health Insurance and Complementary Services. The Health Insurance segment offers private health insurance products, including hospital Cover and Extras Cover for Australia citizens and overseas visitors and students. MPL currently has 3.8 million members and has a 29.1 per cent market share in Australia.

The company is well known for its generous dividend payment. Since April 2018, the company’s share price has been in an uptrend and peaked at $3.3 on 15th August before falling back below $3.00 on soft results. Read more

Are Mirvac Shares (ASX MGR) A Stock To Buy?

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Mirvac Property Trust (ASX MGR) is a real estate group focusing on real estate development and investment in Australia. Mirvac shares have seen strong growth this year from is steadily increasing within last month, from 2.1 to 2.43 this year and now has a market cap of 9.03 billion. The company has been named as the world’s most sustainable real estate company by Dow Jones Sustainability Index, differentiating them from other real estate groups. Read more

Why Costa Shares (ASX CGC) Is A Long-Term Stock To Buy

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

Costa (ASX CGC) is Australia’s leading grower, packer and marketer of premium quality fresh fruit and vegetables. Most of its revenue is generated from five categories: mushrooms, berries, citrus, glasshouse tomatoes and avocados. It’s the number one blueberry grower in Australia, and it is aiming to bolster its avocado sector to be the market leader.

Costa shares listed in 2015 at A$2.25 and had a bumpy start, dipping to as low as A$1.84. However, Costa shares have more than tripled in three years, reaching A$8.5 in Jun 2018, before falling 10% to A$7.5 at the end of August 2018. Such growth over the years owes thanks to the shift in consumer taste to sugar-free superfood that it produces and its changes in technology that allows it to supply its key products all year round and realize extra profits in the shortage season. Read more