Articles On Kogan.com (ASX:KGN)

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Can you still count on Telstra as a dividend share?

Is Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) one of the best dividend shares on the ASX? In the decade between the GFC and 2007 Telstra probably was one of the best dividend shares on the ASX. It paid a consistent dividend with a grossed-up yiel...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
With November retail sales smashing expectations, is the ASX retail sector set for a turnaround?

Retail sales rebounded strongly in November 2019, with retail turnover lifting by 0.9%. The rise in sales was well ahead of economists’ expectations of 0.4% growth, and the strongest growth recorded in 2 years, according to the Australian...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
These mid cap ASX shares could deliver strong returns for investors in the 2020s

One side of the share market which I think is a great place to look for investment ideas is the mid cap space. I like this side of the market as it offers stronger potential returns than the large cap side of the market, but carries less r...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Why I think Wesfarmers shares are a buy

The Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX: WES) share price has increased by more than 35% in the past year. This exceeds the return of the S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX: XJO), which has returned 19%. Wesfarmers controls well known household names including Bun...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
3 mid cap ASX shares that could be destined for a big 2020

In the mid cap side of the Australian share market I think there are a number of companies with the potential to grow materially in the future. Three that I feel could be destined for a big 2020 are listed below. Here’s why I like them: Br...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
How will the Telstra share price perform in the 2020s?

The Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) share price has been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride in the 2010s. Since starting the decade at around $3.38, the telco giant’s shares have been as high as ~$6.60 and as low as ~$2.50. It now looks s...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
These All Ords shares have doubled in value in 2019

Since the start of the year the All Ordinaries index has generated a return of 22.8% excluding dividends. Whilst this is a fantastic return, some shares on the index have performed even better. Here’s why these 3 All Ords shares have doubl...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
10 top ASX shares to buy in 2020

With a new year upon us, I’m sure many investors will be planning to make some additions to their portfolio in the near future. But which shares should you buy? To help you narrow things down, I’ve picked out 10 shares that I would buy in...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Can Zip and Afterpay shares double again in 2020?

Afterpay Ltd (ASX: APT) shares have been on fire once again in 2019. The Aussie buy now, pay later (BNPL) group is up 139.83% this year to be one of the top performers on the ASX 200. While you’d think it rules the roost in the BNPL secto...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Nigeria wants to produce its own steel and this small cap is planning to cash in on that

The most prominent market for iron ore and steel for Australia is China, which takes 80 per cent of our iron ore exports. But there are other market opportunities, and one that may not be front of mind is Nigeria. One small cap focused on t...

Stockhead KGN 1 year ago
How to build a diverse ASX portfolio

Diversification is a buzz word in investing, but not without good reason. There is sound theory behind it – investing across a range of companies and sectors can help lower the overall risk of your portfolio. The ASX can be divided accord...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Retail Sector, the unforgiving yet growth-driven space – JBH, WOW, WES, KMD, KGN and SUL

According to the National Retail Association (NRA), Australians are poised to spend $14 billion in the seven days to Christmas. It was said that the consumers would start shopping for Christmas early as compared to the previous years. The f...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
Why I would buy Kogan and these mid cap ASX shares in 2020

If you’re looking for strong returns in 2020, then I think the mid cap space is a great place to start. At this side of the market there are a good number of shares which I believe have the potential to generate outsized returns for invest...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Why I would buy Zip Co and these mid cap ASX shares in 2020

One side of the share market which I think is a great place to look for investment ideas is the mid cap space. In this area I believe there are a good number of shares that have the potential to grow strongly over the next decade, potentia...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Harris Scarfe enters administration, is the ASX retail sector in recession?

It seems yet another Australian retailer has entered administration, does this mean that the ASX retail sector is in recession? Harris Scarfe wasn’t actually a listed retailer, but it has joined the list of many other retailers that have h...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
2 sides of the ASX retail coin: consumer discretionary vs consumer staples shares

Consumer staples shares and consumer discretionary shares are 2 of the mainstays of the ASX. Below, we take a look at 2 consumer staples and 2 consumer discretionary shares, all operating in the retail sector, to understand how the sectors...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
The flat retail sales growth: How are these ASX retailers performing-KGN, SUL, KMD?

The retail sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in Australia which is growing at a mid-double-digit growth rate in percentage terms. The demographic profile and economic growth drive the global retailers to plan an international ven...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
Should you buy Harvey Norman shares for its dividend in 2020?

Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd (ASX: HVN) has established itself as a top ASX dividend stock in 2019. The Aussie retailer has been a blue-chip staple for mum and dad investors across Australia for decades. However, it has been somewhat of a su...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Optimism in US-China Trade Talks Revives ASX, S&P/ASX 200 Inches Up 1.1%

In line with the market expectations, the Australian share market’s benchmark index- S&P/ASX 200 rebounded on Thursday (5th December 2019) after observing a steep fall in the last two days of trade, driven by overnight gains on Wall Str...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
Has the outlook improved for our embattled ASX retailers?

The tide may have turned for struggling Australian retailers with Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales delivering promising results. Consumer confidence is edging upwards as the housing recovery gathers force, potentially spurring an uplift...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Black Friday and Cyber Monday break retail sales records

One of the biggest online sales weekends has just finished and it has been a big one for some of Australia’s biggest retail websites. It was also a big weekend for bricks and mortar retailers. According to reporting by the Australian Finan...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Is a strong Santa Rally on the cards for ASX: 10 Stocks on an uptrend

S&P/ASX 200 closed at $6712.30 down by 2.2% on December 3, 2019. The index is on uptrend since the start of the year 2016 on a weekly timeframe chart. It is presently finding a hindrance at a resistance level of $6712.30, breaking on wh...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
‘Greedy bankers’ and other useful tautologies

Well, blow me down. Dye my hair red and call me Blue. Apparently — and you won’t believe this — apparently, Westpac execs were (are?) driven by ‘status, money and power’, according to this morning’s Fin. The story quoted Amanda Wood, who w...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Should you be buying REIT shares in December?

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) could be a great investment in December if you’re looking to boost portfolio income. December can be an especially good time to buy ahead of the Christmas spending season in Aussie stores. Retail REIT...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Why I want these ASX mid cap shares in my portfolio

One side of the share market which I think is a great place to look for investment ideas is the mid cap space. This is because in this area I believe there are a good number of shares that have the potential to grow strongly over the next...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
5 Trending Consumer Discretionary Stocks – KGN, BGP, SLK, PBH, RDC

Companies that offer products and services like durable goods, apparel, entertainment and leisure, and automobiles belong to the Consumer Discretionary sector. Few interesting examples may include Apple Inc., McDonalds, Walt Disney and Amaz...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
3 ASX retail shares to put on your Christmas watchlist

The retail sector has experienced difficult trading conditions in 2019. Sales volume growth has been in decline as consumers rein in discretionary spending. There are however, reasons for cautious optimism. As the Christmas season brings f...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Retail Sector Changes for Better: Woolworths, Myer, Kogan, Super Retail, Kathmandu

Retail sector is said to be sensitive to the economic booms and busts due to its very nature of consumer-focused offerings and services. It is also one of the most dynamic and constantly evolving sectors, credited to the fast-changing consu...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
3 ASX 200 events you missed on Tuesday

It was another big day of ASX 200 trade on Tuesday as the S&P/ASX 200 Index (INDEXASX: XJO) added 47.40 points (+0.70%) to finish at 6,814.20 points. There were a number of announcements and events as some of the biggest names on the A...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Changing trends for Consumer Discretionary stocks – PBH, KGN, RDC, ALG

By the end of the trading session, on 19th November 2019, the benchmark index, i.e. S&P/ASX200 was at 6814.2 with a rise of 47.4 points compared to its last close. On the same day, index of Consumer Discretionary (Sector) managed to clo...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
Kogan shares are up 157% over the past year

Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) shares have swung wildly over the past year but the trend has generally been higher. In fact the stock is up from $2.77 this time last year to $7.07 today. So what’s happened? Not much has changed in Kogan’s underl...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
ALL ORDINARIES finishes higher Tuesday: 8 ASX shares you missed

Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO)(ASX: XJO) and ALL ORDINARIES (Index: ^AXAO) (ASX: XAO) indices finished higher on Tuesday. Here’s a short recap of the Australian market: S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) higher 0.49% t...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Kogan (ASX:KGN) gross sales exceed half a billion dollars

19 Nov 2019 - Kogan (ASX:KGN) has kicked off its AGM in Melbourne with Chairman Greg Ridder hi lighting the company’s accelerated growth of the exclusive brands product division, a…

FNN KGN 1 year ago
Why BWX, Coca-Cola Amatil, and Kogan shares just hit 52-week highs

With the market close to its all-time high, it will come as no surprise to learn that a number of shares are making new highs of their own. Three shares that managed to climb to 52-week highs or better are listed below. Here’s why they are...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Small-Cap IT Stocks Under Discussion – DUB, CL1, SPT, LVT

We will be discussing four IT enabled payment companies which have modern business models and operate through electronic payment networks. Let’s look at the operating highlights as well as the stock piece movements of these four stocks whic...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
Will Christmas shopping rescue Australia’s retailers?

You can’t underestimate the importance of retail spending. When nations open their wallets, it stimulates the economy. So, it’s worrying that the latest ABS data show retail spending is weak and getting weaker. But not all our retailers are...

Montgomery KGN 1 year ago
Why the Kogan share price can beat weak Aussie retail data

The Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) share price has been surging higher in 2019 towards its current $7.11 per share level. Making the company’s success even more impressive has been the difficult environment facing Aussie retail in the last 12 to...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
A Look at IT Stocks – Dicker Data and Splitit Payments

Technology can be defined as the application of science used to solve problems. In our day to day life, we apply technology to accomplish various tasks and boost our abilities. Technology is used at work, for communication, scaling business...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
The Splitit (ASX:SPT) Share Price Is Going Nuts

The Splitit (ASX: SPT) share price is going nuts today after providing its September 2019 quarter update. Splitit offers consumers the ability to split the purchase price of basic products (e.g. lemons, toilet paper or both). Shoppers can s...

Rask Media KGN 1 year ago
Why the JB Hi-Fi share price just hit a 52-week high

The JB Hi-Fi Ltd (ASX: JBH) share price hit a 52-week high of $37.67 per share during yesterday’s trade.  The Aussie electronics company’s shares are up more than 72% so far this year – but is there still time to buy? Why the JB Hi-Fi shar...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
5 ASX small caps I’d buy for 2020

ASX small caps could outperform their large blue chip counterparts because of how much long-term growth potential they have. But you’ve got to be careful about the growth shares you pick, there are some real bad ones in there as well. Here...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Is JB Hi-Fi the worst short on the S&P/ ASX 200?

The JB Hi-Fi Limited (ASX: JBH) share price is hurting short sellers again today after the electronic goods retailer posted another strong trading update. It delivered group same-store sales growth of 3.7% for the quarter ending September...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Splitit shares are up 120% in 2 months: too late to buy?

The Splitit Ltd (ASX: SPT) share price has been on an absolute tear since late August, rising from around 40 cents per share today’s levels of 90 cents per share – a rise of more than 120% in just two months. Although APT shares are still...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
ASX Stocks Making Strong Operational Progress – EVS, PRZ, BUB, KGN

Strategic initiatives help companies in achieving strong operational progress. Lately, we have seen that firms go for various strategic options like Board change, strategic investments, acquisitions etc. to achieve their operational objecti...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago
ALL ORDINARIES finishes lower Wednesday: 8 ASX shares you missed

Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO)(ASX: XJO) and ALL ORDINARIES (Index: ^AXAO) (ASX: XAO) indices finished lower on Wednesday. Here’s a short recap of the Australian market: S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) higher 0.01%...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
Kogan.com shares volatile despite solid update

Stock Kogan.com (KGN) $6.93 as at 23/10/2019 Event Online retailer Kogan is currently trading slightly lower today, despite being as high as $7.50 earlier in the session, 7.5% better than yesterday’s close. The retailer was out with a busin...

MarketMatters KGN 1 year ago
Kogan (ASX:KGN) Reports Q1 Results – Time To Buy?

Kogan.com Ltd (ASX: KGN) has released a business update for Q1 FY20 showing some impressive growth. Is it time to buy Kogan shares? About Kogan.com Kogan.Com is an online business that was set up by Ruslan Kogan in 2006 in his parent’s gara...

Rask Media KGN 1 year ago
ASX 200 (XJO) To Open Lower, 3 ASX Shares To Watch

The ASX 200 (INDEXASX: XJO)(^AXJO) is expected to open lower today, the USA’s S&P 500 Index (.INX) fell by 0.36% on Tuesday. Australian Dollar ($A) (AUDUSD): 68.53US cents Dow Jones (DJI): down 0.15% Oil (WTI): $US54.16 per barrel Gold:...

Rask Media KGN 1 year ago
Why the Baby Bunting Group share price has exploded recently

Shares of Australian infant products retailer Baby Bunting Group Ltd (ASX: BBN) have been on a tear recently. Since the beginning of August, Baby Bunting’s share price has soared almost 50% higher to $3.47 as at the time of writing, even...

Motley Fool KGN 1 year ago
A Guide to Retail Stocks

Retail Sector is that part of economy where businesses sells their goods through stores or through internet to the public. The one way this sector is different from the other sectors is that the retail sector does not create its own product...

Kalkine Media KGN 1 year ago