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Lincoln’s eight ‘star stocks’ for 2019 (article in November 2018 ASX Investor Update Newsletter)

In Lincoln’s contributing article to the November 2018 ASX Investor Update Newsletter, Elio D’Amato shares five key tips for investing in a market that is close to the top of the cycle. He also reveals eight Star Stocks to watch in 2019. Click here to read the full article. Buy, hold and sell recommendations: To the extent […]

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Your Money – 15 November 2018

Elio D’Amato, Lincoln Indicator’s Executive Director joined the Trading Day team and commented on the market’s recent performance, saying that despite the current volatility, the fundamentals of the Australian economy are sound. This leads us to believe this is a mild correction rather than anything more sinister. Click here to read the full article and view video.  […]

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Recent Australian Financial Review (AFR) article

Why Macquarie is the pick of the banks

In this AFR article, Lincoln Indicator’s Executive Director, Elio D’Amato discusses strengths and challenges that ANZ, NAB, Macquarie, Westpac and CBA face after their latest report and the impact of the Royal Commission. Click here to read the full article. Please note, this is a subscriber-based publication and therefore personal logins are required to access […]

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Recent Australian Financial Review (AFR) article

How to get used to volatility

In this AFR article, Lincoln Indicators’ Executive Director, Elio D’Amato explores how to manage periods of stock market volatility. Rather than worrying about timing the market, investors should check they’ve got the correct asset allocation. History tells us that investing in financially healthy, quality businesses is the best way to ride through volatile periods. Click […]

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Wall of worry for big bank shareholders

The latest bout of volatility on the Australian sharemarket continues to be led by a sell-off of stocks in the big banks. The share prices of the banks were already on the slide before sharemarkets were hit by a wave of selling that started last week and has continued into this week. Over the past […]

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Recent Australian Financial Review (AFR) article

Spike in M&A another sign of ‘frothy’ markets

Today’s headlines  cite rising global interest rates, looming trade wars, an impending property market implosion, tighter government controls, rising energy prices and lofty personal, corporate and government debt levels as reasons for an imminent correction. History shows that the behaviour of the market and businesses within it may give clues as to whether investors need […]

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