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Too Late to Buy Dividends?

A big driver of share market gains since the middle of last year is the theme of dividend yields. This is a return to investment basics – real assets produce returns, either income or capital. Investors with long time frames … Continue reading

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CBA Dividend – trading implications

In recent days I’ve posted a couple of blogs covering a chart based strategy that involved selling the Commonwealth Bank. A reader posted a comment yesterday raising the interesting question of whether it may be better to delay this strategy considering CBA will go ex-dividend in a … Continue reading

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Commonwealth Bank – A chartist’s strategy for tommorow’s results announcement.

I posted a sell set up on CBA last Thursday. Depending on how you handle it, this position is a work in progress. With CBA’s results due tomorrow, I thought readers following this trade may be interested in a discussion on stop loss settings and profit … Continue reading

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Commonwealth Bank – a chartist’s point of view.

CBA will announce its results next week, having rallied 19.5% from the low in late May. From a technical analyst’s point of view, the CBA chart caught my eye as one showing the early signs of a potential reversal set up.  This situation … Continue reading

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Australian banks – Candlestick formations a pointer to early entry on reversal set ups

Westpac and CBA both finished with candlestick reversal patterns yesterday. In the case of CBA, this coincides with a test of the 200 day moving average. At this stage, Westpac has the distinct look of a chart that could provied … Continue reading

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Buy CBA, Sell WBC

The Australian banking industry is dominated by the “Big Four” banks – ANZ, Commonwealth (CBA), National Australia (NAB) and Westpac (WBC).  Broader economic factors move the sector as a whole, but company specific factors can drive outperformance and underperformance. One … Continue reading

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Dividend Yields – Telstra and the Big Four Banks

The Australian share market index broke through the level that has acted as a ceiling for the last eight months. Investors who see this as a signal to increase share holdings may be considering major companies with strong and sustainable dividend … Continue reading

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Investor Alert – Bank Dividend Yields Update

The share market argument continues – analysis at the company level (at least in Australia) shows balance sheets in good order and solid earnings momentum. However, share prices are depressed by concerns about global growth, with many commentators suggesting the … Continue reading

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