I studied at Adelaide Boys' High School, and the University of Adelaide, Medical School. graduating in 1961. My field of specialisation was Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Prior to establishing my practice in Adelaide, I spent 5 years working in India, and Papua-New Guinea, in the field of reconstructive surgery for leprosy.
In retirement I joined the Australian Technical Analyst Association and passed the two examinations for a Diploma inTechnical Analysis, and the designation Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by the International Federation of Technical Analysts.
Admedus – SIO to the rescue?
For Admedus shareholders, the past year has been an investor’s nightmare with AHZ becoming a negative “ten-bagger”! Just nine months ago, on 27 April 2018 the share-price of AHZ reached a high of 40 cents per share, having rallied over… Read More ›
Do retirees need to adjust their investment strategy when cash Imputation Credits end?
Labor has given Australians ample notice of their intention in government to end cash imputation payments to those who are unable to take advantage of a credit offset on their tax bill. With Labor almost certain to win the upcoming… Read More ›
Australia’s Future Fund Achieves Stunning Investment Returns.
Australia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (future fund) 10 year investment results Portfolio update at 30 September 2018 - Future Fund grows to $148.8bn - 10-year return of 9.2% pa exceeds benchmark target of 6.5% pa - Exceeds benchmark return across all… Read More ›
Is Telstra now a Buy for Retail Shareholders?
I wrote a post “Ten Years of Telstra” nine months ago, pointing out that the giant telco was hovering near historic lows, and had been a proverbial dog from a consumer’s perspective. https://technicality.me/2018/04/19/ten-years-of-telstra/ Little has changed for shareholders since then…. Read More ›
AHZ – Healthcare bargain?
10 year weekly candlestick chart for Admedus The chart above, supplied by Incredible Charts, shows an unrelenting decline in the share-price from a high of $1.80 soon after a 10 for 1 share consolidation, to a current wealth-destroying price of 6 cents for long-suffering shareholders. However,… Read More ›
A Promising Start to 2019 – XAO
We are only two trading weeks into the New Year, but it is worth noting that the 1000 point downturn of the XAO (from 6500 to 5500) is rebounding at present. The share index action has broken through the 6… Read More ›
Trading update for Boral Limited
I last reviewed Boral Limited six months ago on July 1 2018. A news release on 24/04/2018 reported that Earnings in the March Quarter had been below expectations in both Australia and the US, mostly due to adverse climatic conditions…. Read More ›
Zone trading and CSL
This post updates one written on April 26, 2018 that was bullish for its prospects. https://technicality.me/2018/04/26/csl-limited/ Some six months later, the 12 month daily candlestick chart shows that the optimism expressed was well justified. with the share-price not only reaching… Read More ›
I have been a long-term investor in Building Materials manufacturer Boral Limited and it is just over a year since my last review after the Headwaters acquisition. https://technicality.me/2017/05/30/boral-limited-completes-headwaters-acquisition-chart-review/ !2 month daily candlestick chart of Boral Limited This chart shows how… Read More ›
Capital gain for Admedus! Capital loss for shareholders participating in the SPP!
Just when Admedus shareholders were starting to smile again, the grin was wiped off their faces by the announcement of another capital raising on the 10th May 2018. The share price, after reaching an anticipated 38 cents, plummeted that day… Read More ›