Top ASX Stocks for 2019

After a dismal end to 2018, we start 2019 with a renewed hope. However, I cannot tell you if 2019 with be positive or negative, but I can tell you that over the long term average gains are around 10%, so its worth taking the risk. There a number of great companies on the ASX

Diversification isn’t always the best thing

Diversification is extremely important for many investors, however Warren Buffett tends to disagree with the idea. According to Buffett, diversification is for people who don’t know much about investing. An experienced investor should be able to choose stocks on a long-term basis and should have faith on these investments. Investors choose to diversify their portfolios

Telstra 2019 outlook

Purchasing Telstra (ASX:TLS) now will mean you can receive a fully franked 7% dividend, however this is unlikely to be sustainable in the short term. But with the Telstra stock price falling over 23% since the start of the year, is now the time to buy? Telstra has made considerable progress into it’s 5G expansion,

Collins Foods CEO Sells

Collins Foods (ASX:CKF) has dropped 15% from its record high last month, as the latest announcement released explains the CEO, Graham Maxwell, has started selling his shares to fund a tax liability. But does this mean you should sell too? Collins Foods has seen strong growth on the back of KFC store acquisitions and the

9% Gross Dividend for ANZ

Watch Here ANZ CEO Shayne Elliot commenting on the full year result says “Retail banking in Australia faced strong headwinds with housing growth slowing and borrowing capacity reducing.” The short term outlook expects these challenges are likely to continue. However, compared to Commonwealth Bank, NAB, and Westpac, ANZ appears to be in a comparably good

Afterpay for Christmas

In last Fridays trade the payments company’s shares closed down almost 5.75% to $12.30. This latest decline means that Afterpay Touch’s shares have fallen over 40% since peaking at $23.00 in August. Does this represent good value, or have investors irrationally overpriced this stock? If you can tolerate volatility, then Afterpay Touch could be a

Qantas stock now 20% off

Qantas stock has fallen 20% from it’s high of $6.92 only 3 months ago to trading at $5.50 now, does this mean Qantas stock represents good value? Qantas recently logged a new record financial quarter ending September 30 2018, and with oil prices falling recently this could help see the airlines bottom line increase well