Whilst I don’t label my investing style as one that specifically targets high dividends, I have noticed that SMSF investors in particular often embrace such a style. What I do sometimes blog about though is certain “special situations” or “hidden value” that lurks underneath the surface. I thought therefore I would discuss a few situations I have noticed and participated in recently that combine such strategies.Continue reading “ASX STOCKS THAT COULD PAY HIGH FULLY FRANKED DIVIDENDS IN 2021 & 2022”
I expect on balance discounts on LICs to continue to contract in 2021, mainly due to a lack of supply. It is therefore no surprise that I am not expecting a great deal of LIC IPO activity next year. There was controversy surrounding sales commissions and LIC IPOs that got plenty of attention in 2019. (This was after a flood of new issuance in the few years prior, with many poor performers). For this reason, I do not think financial planners and investors have great appetite yet to take the plunge into new closed end fund products.Continue reading “ASX LIC TRENDS FOR 2021 IN TERMS OF DISCOUNTS / PREMIUMS & POTENTIAL IPOs”
Despite Redbubble Ltd (ASX:RBL) being a “tenbagger” from the lows, and Shaver Shop Group Ltd (ASX:SSG) being a “fivebagger, these companies might even still be buys. This blog post is a bit of a follow up from my last post when I discussed my mistakes. I felt in hindsight I should have been buying more of these shares around May, when both had already provided fantastic trading updates.
Tikr Invest Review
I will also include a brief review later on about a new investment tool I like and relate it back to some analysis on Shaver Shop Group Ltd (ASX:SSG). Tikr Invest looks very promising to me to view companies historical financial market information and ratios, and be a great global stock screening tool.Continue reading “ARE REDBUBBLE (ASX: RBL) AND SHAVER SHOP (ASX:SSG) SHARES STILL A BUY?”
Like many in 2020, it has been a year I would prefer to forget. Hence I am reviewing things a bit earlier before the year has even finished.Continue reading “REVIEW OF MY INVESTING YEAR, ARE THERE UNDERVALUED ASX SHARES FOR 2021?”
The idea for this lazy portfolio experiment was for it to track a portfolio that required little thinking and tinkering. In keeping up with the lazy theme I shall try and make this post relatively brief (well only in comparison to my last blog post anyway), as it is nearing Christmas and time for a break! To those who are not familiar with this hypothetical portfolio experiment, here is a link to the background for how it started.Continue reading “LAZY 2020 ASX LIC BASED PORTFOLIO – & reflecting on 2019”