When the facts change, I change my mind…
I have had severe asthma since I was a child. I have been hospitalised perhaps twice prior to puberty when my chest muscles were weaker and unable to sustain the effort of breathe. I assume that there’s a good chance that one day, when I’m weakened by disease or old age, I may suffocate as … Continued
Gross profit was up but an increase in costs — largely for future growth — saw profit decline 8%…
In the last couple of weeks I’ve been catching up with Michael Frazis of Frazis Capital Partners to argue chat about stocks. In the episode below, recorded on Saturday morning, we discussed whether to sell some shares or ride out the coronavirus shares. I shared my pain with EML Payments (ASX: EML), and we talked … Continued
It’s steady as she goes for Nanosonics in the 1st half of FY 2020, but that won’t be enough for an optimistic market…
‘Matisse & Picasso’ at the National Gallery of Australia brings together the works of two of the world’s most celebrated modern artists. Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso felt they were each without peer – except for each other.
Audinate (ASX: AD8) reported its results for the first of FY20 yesterday and the share price flopped 14% in response. I must admit to clenching my butt cheeks slightly when I first saw the title of the results release (“Audinate remains well positioned to deliver long term growth”) – which I initially interpreted as slightly … Continued
Australian Galleries presents ‘Supermankind’ an exhibition of paintings by Dale Cox that continue to bring the artist’s interest in environmental and anthropological themes to the fore.
With the coronavirus pandemic looking ever more likely, I’ve sold down a fair few companies..
Audinate disappointed the market with its lacklustre revenue growth which was only 14% on the pcp in Australian dollars to $16.1 million.
The National Film and Sound Archive has transformed into Australia’s biggest video game arcade, offering more than 80 playable arcade games plus a look into 50 years of video game design and history.
New exhibitions at Beaver Galleries, Canberra, remind us that human perception is incredibly unique, but the urge to create meaning from our experiences is ultimately universal.
Bad news for everyone…