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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in February 19
BHP result does not look too exciting to me. Underlying profit down 8% and flat production guidance for the remainder of the year due to production outages across several mines. I think the market was pricing in a bit more than what BHP has just delivered so I’d expect BHP to cop some selling pressure in the short term. Their shares are trading down around 1% in early London trade tonight. FMG & RIO will need to deliver some upside when they report if they are to maintain the significant share price gains that we have seen in recent weeks. I don’t currently hold any of these stocks....Show more
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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in December 02
I am very bullish on a lot of the mid and large cap mining stocks at present simply due to the good health of their balance sheets and low forward earnings multiples. RIO, FMG, S32, WHC, RRL and CRN are all trading on modest PE’s with modest to no net debt levels and generating very strong cashflows. The whole trade war debate is potentially negative for commodities but despite all that concern, prices have held up reasonable well. We are also in a significantly weaker AUD/USD environment which adds further value to these mining companies and the dividends they are likely to payout. Most of these companies are also diverting capital to share buybacks at present which is a smart move in my opinion and a better move than overcapitalising on acquisitions and development with so much political instability happening around the world right now....Show more
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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in August 13
RIO weekly candle closed below trendline support last week after earnings slightly missed analyst forecasts. If RIO continues to trend lower from current levels I’d expect support to come in around the $68 area. I thought the RIO earnings result was pretty solid and the balance sheet is in very good shape. RIO are currently trading on a forward PE ratio of 11. (Not held)...Show more