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RESEARCH, INTERVIEWS
& PRESS

 

 

 RESEARCH ON CURRENT INVESTMENTS

 
 
 

ANNUAL RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
 

Elevation Capital Research Annual 2016

Elevation Capital Research Annual 2015

Elevation Capital Research Annual 2014

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The inaugural Elevation Capital Research Annual is available for Hard Cover purchase or to Read Online free of charge.

The inaugural Elevation Capital Research Annual is available for Hard Cover purchase or to Read Online free of charge.

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The inaugural Elevation Capital Research Annual is available for Hard Cover purchase or to Read Online free of charge.

MANUAL OF IDEAS

 Elevation Capital's Investment Ideas and Interviews have featured on the Manual of Ideas
www.manualofideas.com

 

BEST IDEAS 2017
LUXOTTICA GROUP SPA (LUX:IM)

BEST IDEAS 2017
LUXOTTICA GROUP SPA (LUX:IM)

 

BEST IDEAS 2016
COACH (COH:US)

BEST IDEAS 2016
COACH (COH:US)

LATTICE WORK INTERVIEW 2016
CHRISTOPHER SWASBROOK

 

EUROPEAN INVESTING SUMMIT 2015
 DE LA RUE (DLAR:UK)

BEST IDEAS 2015
ADIDAS (ADS:GR)

THE MAGIC FORMULA 2015
ADIDAS (ADS:GR)

 
 
 

VALUE INVESTOR INSIGHT

The leading authority on Value Investing
www.valueinvestorinsight.com

 
 
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Value Investor Insight Bonus features Elevation Capital’s research report on underperforming Italian luxury-goods purveyor Tod’s.
Will Tod's remedy its company-specific problems in a sufficiently timely manner to pay off for shareholders?

 

 

Value Investor Insight features Elevation Capital’s Christopher Swasbrook Interviewed on JC Decaux

 

RADIO LIVE

Mitch Harris catches up with Christopher Swasbrook to talk about the latest business news.

 

Radio Live: 21.11.2017 - Chris Swasbrook from New York

  • How are the US markets going? Is there financial stability?
  • US communications company AT&T is looking at buying Time Warner (which includes HBO and CNN) - is US President Donald Trump trying to block the deal due to his feelings towards CNN?
  • Which media outlets need to look at a new business model?
  • There's been more criticism around how Facebook was used by Russians ahead of the 2016 US Presidential Election. 126 million Americans saw 'fake news' that was posted on Facebook by Russians before last year's US Election.
  • Are businesses who own a retail store suffering? A new story says 12% of retail shops in the United States are now closed.
  • Mitch and Chris talk about the price of Butter in NZ - why is it so expensive? Why are Fonterra making so much money and not helping out the consumer?

Radio Live: 31.10. 2017 - Chris Swasbrook from Auckland

  • Robert Mueller investigating money laundering and ties to Russia.
  • Indictment says that more than $75million US flowed through Paul Manafort's and Rick Gates' offshore accounts.
  • The discussion around news media, and what news outlets people choose to believe and choose not to believe.
  • An investigation finds Russia used millions of social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter to spread 'fake news' before the 2016 US Presidential Election.
  • 45% of Americans (that's over 140 million Americans) say they get their news from Facebook - the leading place to get 'fake news'.
  • The French are running out of butter - will they want to buy butter from New Zealand? Will they pay the prices we have to pay at the supermarket or will they get a nice deal?
  • Transport Investments Ltd in NZ sold for $200million.

 

    Radio Live: 14.11.2017 - Chris Swasbrook from Auckland

    • Telegraph writer Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has written a piece on inflation targeting, using New Zealand in the late 80's as an example.
    • Talk of tax cuts on the way in America - The CPTPP is to move ahead without the United States
    • Xero to delist from the NZX - what's behind this?
    • Facebook again under fire regarding Russia and 'fake news' before the 2016 US Presidential Election.
    • The Chinese government is reportedly telling their media outlets what to publish and what not to publish.
     

    Radio Live 24.10.2017 - Chris Swasbrook from Auckland

    • The 'bond bubble' - governments around the world are trying to solve debt problems by borrowing more money - when will the bubble burst?
    • Low productivity in Australia and New Zealand.
    • Was the current economic situation a main reason why NZ First chose to go with Labour over National?
    • Where will the NZ Dollar go under the new government?
    • Which sectors are the big winners financially under the new government? In what areas will we see the biggest growth?
    • Property prices are falling in Sydney, Hong Kong and London (due to Brexit) - when will it be Auckland's turn?
    • Mortgage rates going up - banks are under increasing pressure.
    • The future of banks, with increasing technological competition.
    • The "Green-ness" of today's coalition announcement, and how will raising the Minimum Wage to $20 an hour impact big businesses?

    COMMENTARIES & OTHER INSIGHTS

     

     

    HISTORICAL PRESS

    2007 - 2017

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