Hamilton Hindin Greene - . Investment Advisors. Portfolio Managers & Sharebrokers Hamilton Hindin Greene is a Investment Advisory Firm based in Christchurch, NZ.
Its team of authorised financial advisers and portfolio investment managers, advise retail, corporate and institutional clients on how to invest and increase their wealth based on their individual circumstances. Disclosure of Interest: The Directors and staff of Hamilton Hindin Greene Limited may have a professional interest and/or hold shares in any or all of the companies recommended. A Disclosure Statement is available on request and free of charge.
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“A slight improvement in the market today, on the back of Wall Street overnight,” said Hamilton Hindin Greene director Grant Williamson.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare's 4 per cent jump a bright spot on NZX The NZ sharemarket notched up a small gain, thanks to top stock Fisher & Paykel Healthcare.
Asian stocks were edging higher early after big tech rallied on Wall Street and as President Joe Biden announced a multi-trillion-dollar infrastructure investment plan.
7news.com.au Australian S&P/ASX 200 futures rose 0.28 per cent in early trading, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng index futures rose 0.81 per cent.
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"Looking at data going back to 1930, the firm found that if an investor missed the S&P 500′s 10 best days each decade, the total return would stand at 28%. If, on the other hand, the investor held steady through the ups and downs, the return would have been 17,715%."
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Wondered why share markets have been falling while economies are improving? Mark Hampton gives us a bit of insight as part of our Quarterly Newsletter.
hhg.co.nz When markets fell in February and March last year, it was crystal clear to everyone why this was happening. We had been plunged into lockdown, economists were expecting house price falls of at least 10% and toilet paper seemed to have suddenly become much more valuable. It certainly wasn’t fun wat...
“It looks a very good result,” said Grant Williamson, an Investment Adviser at Hamilton Hindin Greene.
stuff.co.nz The Warehouse will pay a first-half dividend of 13 cents a share, after cancelling its dividend payments last year. It announced a special 5 cent dividend in February after buoyant Christmas trading.
Should you invest in the upcoming My Food Bag IPO? Jeremy Sullivan shares his thoughts.
Mark Hampton speaks to Stuff about yesterday's market sell off
stuff.co.nz Wall Street drama contributed to a sell-off on the New Zealand sharemarket.
Jeremy Sullivan speaks with Bloomberg about the NZX50's best performing stock this year, Pacific Edge.
“Social distancing, stretched hospitals and those with cancer being specifically susceptible to the virus have underpinned Pacific Edge’s rally" said Jeremy Sullivan, an investment adviser at brokerage Hamilton Hindin Greene in Christchurch.
bloomberg.com The biggest gainer on New Zealand’s benchmark index follows familiar themes for successful stocks on the gauge: a strong focus on the U.S. and an ability to tap the stay-at-home thematic.
Another record high for the NZX50!
stuff.co.nz The benchmark NZX50 advanced 1.02 per cent, or 128.693 points, to close at an all-time high of 12,768.52.
Mark Hampton talks to Stuff about the strong Fisher and Paykel Healthcare and Fletcher Building results, as well as the continuation of this incredible bull market.
"Hampton said since the beginning of the current bull market, which has been running since March 23 until now, the S&P500 is up 62.1 per cent, an annualised return of 109.8 per cent."
stuff.co.nz An eventful day on the NZX follows Wall Street’s record breaking overnight session.
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Stuff speaks to Mark Hampton about the day's events
stuff.co.nz The prospect of international flights opening up again has boosted Air New Zealand's stock.
Jeremy Sullivan, investment adviser with Hamilton Hindin Greene, said it was another positive day and the large cap stocks have returned doing the heavy lifting.
nzherald.co.nz The New Zealand sharemarket continued its merry way.
Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Jeremy Sullivan said the NZX had strong blue chip companies that had been performing well and were more attractive to investors due to the low interest rates.
stuff.co.nz The sharemarket hit another all-time high at midday but cooled to close up 35 per cent or 44 points.
Hamilton Hindin Greene director Grant Williamson said it was unusual for a company to make such sudden and sweeping changes to senior management.
stuff.co.nz The casino operator has announced the departure of three top executives, including its chief executive.
“The share price has rallied strongly on the news that the legal disputes are now settled,” said Hamilton Hindin Greene director Grant Williamson.
stuff.co.nz Synlait shares last traded up 7.8 per cent at $5.93 before being halted pending an announcement by the company.
Market close: F&P Healthcare lifts NZX into positive territory
nzherald.co.nz The S&P/NZX 50 Index rose 12.61 points or 0.10 per cent to 12,264.52.
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Mark Hampton speaks to Stuff about the latest Infratil news
stuff.co.nz The NZ sharemarket ended the week with a star turn from top-10 infrastructure investor Infratil.
Mark Hampton speaks to Stuff about Mainfreight, Michael Hill and another record close on the NZX
stuff.co.nz Michael Hill Jeweller's share price gained just over 12 per cent on the back of stronger than expected trading conditions.
Market close: Ebos strikes new high as NZX keeps climbing
nzherald.co.nz Outlook for lower interest rates the market theme
Sullivan said major electricity players Meridian (5.50), Mercury and Contact had all closed up around 3 per cent up, with greater certainty around the smelter at Tiwai Point and lower interest rates giving the sector a boost.
stuff.co.nz But the sharemarket is about due for a correction, says expert.
Mark Hampton talks to Stuff about a new record high for the NZ share market!
stuff.co.nz The country is back in level 1 together and the markets are doing better than before Covid-19 restrictions came into effect in February.
Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Jeremy Sullivan said greater certainty around the future of the Tiwai smelter and expectations for lower interest rates had helped the electricity sector.
Mark Hampton speaks with Stuff about yesterday's strong performance
stuff.co.nz The New Zealand stock market closed up 0.64 per cent on Monday as optimism grew around US President Donald Trump’s health.
hhg.co.nz Conventional wisdom says that those liberal Dems are generally bad for the economy and the stock market because of their big government tendencies, while fiscally conservative Republicans are good. This widely accepted belief is actually fake news if you look at data going back to the end of World W...
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hhg.co.nz COVID-19 has had many ramifications, including an increase in the number and size of the government’s debt programmes. While these programmes assist people and businesses that are struggling, they also need to be funded – and this is where bonds come in.
hhg.co.nz The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is an internal committee of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) and is responsible for formulating monetary policy in New Zealand, directed towards the economic objectives of achieving and maintaining stability in the general level of prices over the medium ter...
“Whilst revenues are growing year on year, a trend I think will continue, this miss is material and the market is acting in kind,” Sullivan said.
hhg.co.nz (Reuters) - New Zealand's a2 Milk Co Ltd ATM.NZ forecast lower first-half revenue on Monday as lockdown measures in Australia's Victoria state hurt its informal Chinese sales channel more than expected, sending its shares down more than 14%.
Jeremy Sullivan, an investment adviser with Hamilton Hindin Greene, said Pushpay has had some favourable broker reports which pushed the stock another 4.5 per cent higher to $8.57.
stuff.co.nz A late stage recovery helped the NZX claw back some ground.
Stuff talks to Grant Davies about the day's trading and Katmandu result
stuff.co.nz Growth stocks, Kathmandu hog limelight on broadly positive day.
Hamilton Hindin Greene adviser Grant Davies said the result was in line with forecasts, albeit with a slightly lower dividend payout than expected.🥛🐮
stuff.co.nz The dairy co-operative's after tax profit increased by $1.3 billion on the previous year.
Grant Williamson shares his insight on what stocks moved the market
stuff.co.nz A rebound by NZ’s most valuable stock, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, breathes some life into the sharemarket on Wednesday.
Hamilton Hindin Greene is a Investment Advisory Firm based in Christchurch, NZ. Its team of authorised financial advisers and portfolio investment managers, advise retail, corporate and institutional clients on how to invest and increase their wealth based on their individual circumstances.
Disclosure of Interest: The Directors and staff of Hamilton Hindin Greene Limited may have a professional interest and/or hold shares in any or all of the companies recommended. A Disclosure Statement is available on request and free of charge.
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