ASX Shares What's looking cheap on the ASX in 2019?

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  1. Alex Straker

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    {Note from mods - this thread continued from here: What's looking cheap on the ASX in 2018?}



    @devank Fantastic brother!! 16.7% in 2 days ain't too shabby ;)

    Plenty more potential in CUV too.

    Depending on your goals and how you like to think, here is one strategy option: When we get these rapid gains like off this entry I often take part profit and leave the remaining position in place with a stop loss set to protect profit but allow for further upside. Depending on how the patterns unfold and if the stock still qualifies as a buy with my system I will then aim to re-buy the stock I sold at a better price point again. With stocks that are on the shortlist for accumulating this is a great way to increase holdings rapidly called campaigning in to a stock. I have campaigned CUV successfully 3 times in the last 6 months, have taken part profit a few times with some monster sized gains already and all retained entries are also in profit.

    No advice
     
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  2. wombat777

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    Developer goldies GOR and EGA are worth a look for medium-term upside ( 12 to 36 months ) but do some research on these and producers with similar scale projects.

    Gold Road Resources (GOR) - For best understanding of current status, watch the video below but here is a quick summary:
    • Latest presentation: https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20181211/pdf/44145jktrp13sv.pdf
    • 50% : 50% JV with Gold Fields ( so a 50% share of revenue ), but exploration upside outside of the JV
    • Gold Road down to the last 10% of work for the construction of their mine.
    • Still on track for first gold production in Q2 of 2019.
    • Project updates in next couple of weeks.
    • Expect to be at nameplate production capacity by end of year.
    • Have a look at peer market caps for SAR, SBM and RRL ( MCAPs $2.3B to $2.4M ... GOR will have similar production capacity but 50% ownership of the project which implies significant upside from current MCAP of $610M


    Egan Street Resources (EGA)
    My general plan with these is to free carry and then roll profits into other growth stocks or LICs.
     
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    @wombat777 I have friends working at Gruyere Gold Mine construction link
     
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  5. almostthere

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    Had you kept for 2 more months, you would be sitting on a cool 55% profit Buy and hold always win
     
  6. inertia

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    Tell that to my portfolio!

    Cheers,
    Inertia
     
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    $AFG and $MOC Mortgage Choice: potentially...

    Not advice etc.!
     
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    True.. things can go the other way as well. I prefer to take smaller profits if I can avoid big drops. Still experimenting and playing the field. Not ready to settle down yet ;)
     
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    Ahh the benefit of hindsight! Good work @devank :)
     
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    Another goldie I'm tracking is EGA. Approvals and finance for their small underground gold mine need to be in the next 1-2 months for them to meet their planned construction timeline. See page 14 of the following link: https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20190212/pdf/442k4rbzs5hrzv.pdf

    I saw their presentation at an investment conference in Sydney last week. Also had a chance to speak to them. Have a good pipeline of drill targets to significantly expand their resource. Once they get into construction on the basis of their current resource cashflow will enable them to self-fund exploration to grow the resources/reserves and life of mine.

    https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20190212/pdf/442k7vvvsyw5w6.pdf

    On peer producer metrics their share price should progressively rerate as they construct and then commission the mine.

    Look at PNR for a gold producer with a similar level of production to EGA's planned level of production. MCAP $206M (but a bigger resource) on similar production levels. EGA MCAP $33M. Gives some perspective on potential scale of a rerate. Remember it is primarily EBITDA and NPAT that drive sentiment and share prices.

    Gold price is heading north. Goldies are attracting strong sentiment as the price of gold rises.
     
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    Is AFG or MOC still cheap? Anybody looking at or recently bought them what is the rationalebehind the purchase. I am only trying to understand the data available in comm Sec.
     
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    GOR has been running for days.

    Countdown to first gold production in Q2.
     
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    Call me crazy but as a buy and hold investor LLC in my opinion is looking like a good top up or buy target. Listed since the early 1960's, fallen out of favour with the engineering part of the company dropping the ball and now a potential class action due to misleading claims from management (apparently). I've bought afew more parcels over the last few months. As a long term play i rate Lend Lease.
    Thoughts?
     
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    Kicking myself for following some advice on last years' thread ... BKL down 30% on what I paid - which was still cheaper than the previous 12 months average.

    Wishing I'd bought more FMG instead
     
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    Well I followed some advise on MUS here and lost 99.9% of my investment. I learnt my lesson to do my own DD and not trust some anonymous advises online. In a matter of fact I just don't invest in individual stocks anymore because I'm too lazy to do my own DD.
     
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    My lesson was also to lock in profit! The mistake I was making was holding on too long. My recent activity has been much more successful.

    Cheers,
    Inertia.
     
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    Believe me I don't blame anyone but my own stupidity.
     
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    My poor working. It was a recommendation (not advice) ... I did do my own research and thought, being below the 12 months average they were a good buy and purchasing was no one's fault but my own.

    Just lamenting a little as hate to make a loss on anything