Tony is a former managing editor of BRW, Shares, Personal Investor, Asset and CFO magazines. He specialises in small listed companies, IPOs, entrepreneurship and innovation and writes a weekly blog for The Sydney Morning Herald/The Age on small companies and entrepreneurs.
I’ll start off my first Switzer Report column for 2020 with a sell idea: tourism, a sector I have long favoured. Here’s why I think it is a sell.
Here are three stocks to consider taking full or partial profits on in 2020. Sometimes it can make sense to take some profits when stars are shining.
My preference for 2020 is identifying beaten-up small-caps trading at almost Global Financial Crisis-like valuations and badly out of favour. Here are 9 I like.
3 contrarian ideas for experienced investors and my 7 rules for buying badly out-of-favour stocks.
8 Listed Investment Trusts (LITs) have floated in the past two years, and more are likely. There are opportunities in private debt but plenty of risks too. Here’s two I like.
There are opportunities to be found in stocks lost in the surge in ETF investing. Here are three small- or micro-cap stocks that have caught my eye recently.