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Business Description: Hunter Hall International (HHL) is engaged in an investment management business operating through wholly owned subsidiaries. HHL currently manages four investment trusts and Australian Equities Fund, which applies an Ethical Investment Policy.
Strategy Analysis: HHL's objective is to develop a small premium quality investment and savings institution with a focus on international equities. The main challenge is to scale up a largely successful investment process which previously depended on the stockpicking talents of Executive Chairman Peter Hall. HHL has installed a more rigorous risk management and research process, has reduced portfolio concentration and has appointed a chief investment officer. The strategy is to increase FUM in the unlisted vehicles by using strong investment performance to attract net inflows. HHL's strategy for listed investment company Hunter Hall Global Value is to generate good investment returns and build assets so that HHV becomes the international equivalent of Argo Investments and Australian Foundation Investment Company. The company is working to improve the ratings of its products and to increase advertising, marketing and distribution activity.
Hunter Hall Int. reported NPAT of $12.34m for the year ended 30 June 2011. Revenue from ordinary activities were $41.9m. Diluted EPS was 45.55 cents compared to nil cents last year. The final dividend declared was 21.1 cents, taking the full year dividend to 44.9 cents compared with nil cents last year.
Nick Swales, Regional Director, Newcastle Office, Rathbones 27/10/2014 |
â€śIf you want to have a better performance than the crowd, you must do things differently from the crowd.â€ť Sir John Templeton.
Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets) 20/10/2014 |
Today, Australian investors will not have to go it alone buying stocks as they did for much of last week. Bargain hunters this morning will be supported by the morale boosting encouragement of a 3% turnaround in the German Dax and a 264 point rally in the Dow Jones.
Carl Richards, director of investor education at the BAM Alliance 17/10/2014 |
â€śAs odd as it may sound, the sooner you start treating your investments like you treat life, the happier youâ€™ll be with the outcome.â€ť
William H. Gross, Janus Capital Group 16/10/2014 |
â€śFinancial markets are artificially priced. In the bond market, there is nothing normal about a three year German Bund yielding â€śminusâ€ť 10 basis points.â€ť
CMC Markets 8/10/2014 |
Share market indices around the globe are breaking down. While analysts cast around for reasons, itâ€™s clear that a time factor is in play. Simply put, many investors â€śfeelâ€ť a correction is overdue. How low could it go?
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