The McEwen Investment Report
Professional Journalist Turned Investment Analyst
After writing for The Financial Times, Reuters News Service, National Business Review David turned his talents towards investment analysing. Over 30 years of watching the markets David offers timely and easy-to-understand commentary on shares that he classifies through the use of 9 unique key criteria.
The McEwen Investment Report
Decades of success
The McEwen Investment Report was established in New Zealand in 1998, and has since provided readers with accurate, timely and effective guidance to the share market. Growing to become a global title, offering fresh thinking and analysis of shares on the NZ, Australian, UK, and US stock markets. The newsletter offers easy-to-understand commentary on shares to buy, hold and sell. Using David McEwen's unique 9 Key Criteria we find financially sound businesses that are temporarily undervalued by other investors.
This has proven to be a low-risk strategy that to date has delivered returns that are substantially above the overall market.
The report is refreshingly free of jargon and complicated calculations, making it easy to read and understand, while every company profiled comes with a firm trading recommendation.
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I recently noted Reliance Worldwide had fallen despite reasonable profit result. "I expect a sharp recovery once investors come to their senses but I'll be waiting for a change in trend before jumping in” I said. The share price was A$3.50 now it’s A$2.39 & that trend has changed https://t.co/UxZtCJPkRl
Some #shares in our recommended #strategies are showing impressive one-day gains as bargain hunters come into the #market. But I'm not convinced we have seen the bottom of the market yet. There will be plenty more #bargains to be had for those who are prepared to be patient https://t.co/Vi558gpsRk
An impressive bounce on the Dow today, based on hopes $2 trillion will be spent bailing out the US economy. I don’t think this is the final turning in market sentiment as a bailout can't replace wealth a normal economy creates. Dip your toes in but don’t jump in to the market yet https://t.co/CTheLMbzns
I understand why Vista Group (NZ:VGL) shares are down-its cinema management software isn’t likely to be in demand, but they have fallen a long way. If the price bounces back to $1.50 in a few days we might have a ‘double bottom’ formation that suggests a big recovery is imminent https://t.co/WNsNBU6SrI
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Great Info & Fantastic Insights
My average buy price for A2 Milk, which you recommended, is 66c compared with the current price of over $12.00. I still have 5715 shares and current gains total $87,500.00. Over 46 yrs of fiddling about on the NZ market this is by far the best return.
- A McCullough, Christchurch
I made 30% in two months from your pick of Evraz. I don’t know how you find such shares that others have never even heard of, but I am very pleased that you do.
- L Jollands, Auckland