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Archive for November, 2018


Christmas closure dates

28
Nov 2018

Our office will be closed from midday Friday 21st December 2018 and re-open Monday 7th January 2019. From all the team at Fiducia, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May your holiday season and the new year be filled with much joy, happiness and success. We look forward to speaking […]

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20 lessons in 20 years – Part 14

28
Nov 2018

The power and benefits of compounding over time in equity portfolios By Anton Tagliaferro and Michael O’Neill |  21 November 2018   Most people are familiar with the concept of compound interest when it comes to term deposits where one can earn interest on interest by continuing to roll over a term deposit several times. However, […]

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20 lessons in 20 years – Part 13

16
Nov 2018

Good quality REITs can add income and relative stability to investors’ portfolios By Anton Tagliaferro and Nigel Hale |  15 November 2018 The Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) sector – previously called the Listed Property Trust sector – has always been a popular sector with Australian retail investors and currently comprises 7% of the S&P/ASX 300 […]

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20 lessons in 20 years – Part 12

16
Nov 2018

Always use the appropriate valuation tool By Michael O’Neill and Anton Tagliaferro |  06 November 2018   As a value manager buying companies at a reasonable price is one of the most important aspects of IML’s approach to investing. There is no single valuation method that fits all sectors and companies and there are many valuations […]

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20 lessons in 20 years – Part 11

6
Nov 2018

The lowest PE stocks are not always the most attractive By Anton Tagliaferro and Michael O’Neill |  26 October 2018 IML’s philosophy has always been to buy stocks with competitive advantage, recurring earnings, capable management at a reasonable price. There are several methods that can be used by investors to assess the attractiveness a company’s share […]

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