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Brian Kreft retires as Chairman of Hamilton Hindin Greene Ltd after 11 years.

After 11 years Brian Kreft has retired as Chairman of Hamilton Hindin Greene Limited (HHG). HHG is a boutique investment advisory firm in Christchurch, New Zealand. Brian remains a Director of that Company. Brian Kreft Brian’s career had extensive involvement in the providing of advice relating to company funding, business acquisitions, organisation structures, company floatation’s and prospectuses and has given governance advice to a wide range of clients across a broad spectrum of industries. He is a former director of one...
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Market Talk with Grant Davies & Andrew Patterson. Talking Fonterra, a2, Synlait, Kathmandu, Xero, and Market Sentiment

Grant Davies talks to Andrew Patterson from Sunday Business about general market sentiment, as well as Fonterra, and their recent result. He also looks at a2 Milk Limited and Synlait Limited, who are up 200% and 100% respectively on the back of infant formula exports to China. They also run the ruler over Kathmandu after their recent strong result.
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HHG Investor Presentation - Fletcher Building and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

HHG is hosting the Investor Relations team from Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Fletcher Building. The presentation which is to be held on the 4th of October 2017 at 9:30am through to 11:30am, at the recently completed function centre of the Sudima Hotel, Christchurch Airport and will be followed by refreshments. The invitation to attend the investor presentation is open to clients and friends of clients, so if you know someone who may be interested please let us know & feel...
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The Income Conundrum

It is almost 10 years since the beginning of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and most asset prices are now as high, if not higher, than before. Here in New Zealand, you would have to have been living under a rock not to be aware of what has happened to property prices over the last few years, and certainly since 2013. However there is one type of investor that has been left behind, and their plight to a certain degree has...

A Slice of the S&P500

The Select Sector SPDR Exchange Traded Funds divide the S&P 500 into ten sectors. Select Sector SPDRs let you achieve the security of investing in the well-known, large cap stocks of the S&P 500, with the ability to over-weight or under-weight particular sectors based on your own investment goals and strategies. Technology Select Sector SPDR XLK offers market- cap weighted exposure to the largest U.S. information technology and telecommunications sector stocks. This fund targets technology and telecom stocks in the S&P...
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Marlin - Fees the Catch, Time to Release

Marlin is one of three listed unit trusts managed by Fisher Funds. Marlin offers NZ retail investors managed international equity exposure with a regular income stream. FINANCIALS Since 2012, Marlin has underperformed the benchmark index in three out of five years, which equates to under performance of -1.06% p.a. In addition, Marlin are paying out 2.4x their cash income received from dividends and interest as dividends to unit holders, an unsustainable strategy during times of adverse market movement. Over the past...

HHG Adviser Grant Davies Discusses the Upcoming Election and the Pipeline Breach

New Zealand shares were little changed at the start of election week. New Zealand Refining and Air New Zealand dropped following a pipeline leak, while A2 Milk Co rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 3.95 points, or 0.05 per cent, to 7,758.71. Within the index, 17 stocks fell, 15 rose and 18 were unchanged. Turnover was $131 million. "People are a little more cautious and happy to wait for certainty," said Grant Davies, investment adviser at Hamilton Hindin Greene. "There...

How to Get Rich, Slowly.

I am often asked how best to make money and protect capital. Record low interest rates around the world are making it difficult for investors to attain an adequate return from bank deposits. Should you invest in Property, Shares, Cash or Fixed Interest? The short answer is yes, to all of them. Every asset class has their merits, and spreading your risk is the only free lunch you will get on the way to wealth creation. A rudimentary example of how...

The week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan & Grant Walker from the National Business Review (NBR) 3min audio feature

Fletcher Building, Sky City and the week ahead. Tune into market talk with Jeremy Sullivan and Grant Walker. 3min audio
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