Windlab (ASX:WND) Building A Business: HY 2018 Results

As a developer, operator and owner of wind farms, Windlab Ltd (ASX:WND) is at the forefront of the transition towards renewable energy. So how does Windlab stack up as an investment?

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Kip McGrath Education Centres (ASX:KME) FY 2018 Annual Results

The tutoring company Kip McGrath (ASX: KME) released its results on Friday showing a continuing implementation of its long term strategy. It’s steady as she goes.

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Catapult International (ASX:CAT) FY 2018 Results

Athlete performance monitoring company Catapult International (ASX:CAT) today released its annual report for FY 2018 -- with little for shareholders to smile about.

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Pro Medicus (ASX:PME) Keeps Growing: FY 2018 Annual Results

Radiology imaging company Pro Medicus (ASX:PME) released its results for the 2018 financial year this morning. These results provide further evidence that this truly is a hidden gem of a company.

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Nanosonics (ASX:NAN) Share Price Popping On Short Squeeze

A major reason to study short-sellers is that a weak short thesis can create opportunities to buy underpriced equity.

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1300 Smiles (ASX:ONT) Stays Steady: FY 2018 Annual Results

Dental aggregator 1300 Smiles announced a decent set of results today. Here are the highlights:

  • Over-the-counter revenue up 9.6% to $55.8 million (this includes revenue earned by the self employed dentists that 1300 Smiles provides services to).

  • Statutory revenue up 8.8% to $39.3 million

  • Dividends up 4.3% to 24 cents or a trailing twelve month yield of 3.6% based on the current share price.

  • Earnings-per-share (EPS) up 5% to 32.2 cents

  • Net profit after tax (NPAT) up 5% to $7.6 million

  • Free cash flow was $0.2 million compared to $3.6 million last year as the company ramped up its acquisition activity.

  • Operating cash flow was up 18.2% to $10.4 million

  • Net cash of $0.3 million

The following chart shows the relatively steady upward trajectory of the company over recent years barring the blip in 2013/2014 which was impacted by the withdrawal of the Chronic Disease Dental Scheme (CDDS). Note there is also a clear seasonality to the business with H1 typically stronger than H2. (Click image to view).

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