Motel Industry Update – December 2019

Motel Industry Update – December 2019

Motel Industry Update – December 2019

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Could Bulk Amenities Be A Game Changer For The Industry?

The world’s fourth largest hotel group, Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) will replace their small amenities bottles for almost 843,000 guest rooms with Bulk amenities by 2021, in attempt to reduce plastic waste. There are growing concerns about the amount of plastic pollution the world is producing every year and the damaging impact this is having on the environment.

IGH alone sees 200 million miniature amenities in use across their hotels every year, leading to over 10 billion pieces of discarded products every year. CEO Keith Barr is very mindful of the impact it’s having, “It’s more important than ever that companies challenge themselves to operate responsibly – we know its what our guests, owners, colleagues, investors and suppliers rightly expect” CEO Keith Barr.

IGH is the first hotel group to commit to adopting bulk amenities and a greener future, which could be a game changer for the whole industry as other Hotels start to adopt the same practices.

Three Ways To Get Your Social Media To Stand Out From The Rest!

Social Media is becoming a very fast and cost effective method of adverting and here are three ways to boost your followers:

  1. Run a competition
    Competitions are often a quick and easy approach to increase followers. Offer guests the chance to go into a competition by having them like and share you post on social media. This not only reaches your direct audience but will quickly spread to larger audience from sharing the content to others
  2. Offer Incentives
    Encourage your guests to check in on social media or upload photos of their stay.  You might want to offer them a discount on their meals or minibar in return for uploading photos and promoting the Motel. Travellers prefer reviews and feedback from guests who have actually stayed, so this can be a useful way to boost followers and promoting what your Motel has to offer.
  3. Collaborate with local business
    Gather a group of local businesses where you agree to give each other a “shout out” on social media. This is a cost effective approach as there is no monetary exchange; you’re trading one social media post for another. For Example; “While staying at our Motel, don’t forget to check out Sizzlers Restaurant just two doors down, renowned for the best pizza in town!

Mental Health Essentials

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Improve mental health in your workplace

Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry workplace Mental Health Essentials program offers free mental health training and consulting to small and medium sized businesses who employ young workers and want to create mentally healthy workplaces.

Are You Paying Too Much For Your Mortgage?

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On the first Tuesday of October, the Reserve Bank of Australia officially announced another rate cut, taking the official cash rate to a record low 0.75%.

Great news for those who have borrowed money, not so good for savers.

Let’s take a look at two different mortgages and the impact of a slight change in interest rates.

Luke has a mortgage of $400,000 with a 25-year term. He has negotiated an interest rate of 4.00% with his bank that he has banked with for his entire life as he is a loyal customer.

Lost Superannuation Cash Returned

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Millions of Australians are set to benefit after the ATO announce they are returning cash from lost or inactive superannuation accounts.
The link below is to the 7 News article.

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Vanessa Lo Piccolo

Vanessa Lo Piccolo

Associate

Vanessa is a qualified CPA Accountant, has a Diploma in Financial Planning and specialises in the Motel Industry.

With over 15 years’ experience in the Accounting Public Practice and over 10 Years in the Motel Industry, through operating her family Motel, she understands the key issues affecting clients in the Industry and the challenges of an ever changing environment.

Vanessa’s main focus is assisting clients to grow their business, achieve their goals and reach their full potential.

Call Vanessa on 0408242395

Nick Kaiser

Nick Kaiser

Specialist Consultant

Nick has previously worked at the CBA Bank and has over 40 years of corporate banking experience; specialising in Hospitality, Transport, Packaging, and Property Development.

With over 25 years’ experience in dealing within the Motel and Accommodation industry, Nick has been engaged in lease renewals/extensions, leasehold and freehold changeovers and general advisory services.

Nick also has a well-established business, operating for over 11 years and has excellent business knowledge and experience.

Call Nick on 0428232549

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Market Insights – 16th December 2019

Market Insights – 16th December 2019

Market Insights

16th December 2019

Top Stocks

CODE

PRICE

MOVEMENT

 

CODE

PRICE

MOVEMENT

CBA

$80.06

0.81%

 

NAB

$25.15

-1.33%

BHP

$39.35

4.29%

 

TLS

$3.67

-1.34%

WBC

$24.48

0.70%

 

WES

$40.95

-0.12%

RIO

$100.60

4.48%

 

CSL

$278.12

-1.38%

ANZ

$24.71

0.41%

 

WOW

$37.42

-3.41%

Market and Exchange Rates

MAJOR FOREIGN MARKETS

 

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR IS BUYING

All Ords

6,844.60

0.50%

 

US Dollar

0.6881

Dow Jones

28,135.38

0.01%

 

Euro

0.6182

FTSE-100

7,353.44

1.10%

 

GB

0.5153

Nikkei 

24,023.10

2.55%

 

Yen

75.2698

Commodities

Oil (WTI)

59.750

0.95%

Gold

1,460.000

0.39%

Iron Ore

92.040

0.25%

Major Market Announcements

– The S&P 500 and the Dow industrials ended little changed on Friday, hitting record highs in the session, as the United States and China announced an initial trade agreement, cooling tensions that have rattled markets.

– After a year in which central banks won the tug of war between macroeconomic policy and political conflict, prospects look positive for a modest recovery in 2020. Yet with trade tensions still rife and valuations stretched, there are still plenty of economic, political and market challenges ahead.

– Just 11 days out from Christmas, department store chain Myer has suffered nationwide technical issues causing registers to restart in stores. Shoppers were left stranded on Saturday, unable to purchase Christmas gifts, and made to line up in store until systems fully resumed.

– Forget Santa’s helpers, it is the parcel delivery drivers doing the heavy lifting this year in the final weeks before Christmas. Australia Post and one of Australia’s top online sales sites are reporting a jump of nearly 40 per cent in pre-Christmas sales and parcel deliveries.

– Supermarket giant Woolworths is poised to take a significant step forward with plans to spin off its $10 billion-a-year Endeavour unit, which includes bottle shop retailer Dan Murphy’s and hundreds of pubs and pokie operators. Woolworths shareholders on Monday will vote on the first stage of the mammoth restructure-cum-demerger that will ultimately form a new listed entity known as Endeavour Group.

Market Update

Australian shares can expect to get off to a positive start to the week after two major uncertainties that have been undermining the global economy finally are lifted.

Heading into the week, phase one of the hotly disputed trade negotiations between the US and China appear to have been settled, suspending $US160 billion ($A233 billion) of damaging tariffs on Chinese goods that were due to have started on December 15.

At the same time, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was swept back to power in Thursday’s British election with a thumping majority, suggesting the country will finally be leaving the European Union on January 31 after years of political wrangling.

“Markets have the potential for a Santa Claus rally into Christmas with those two tail risks receding,” Commonwealth Securities senior economist Ryan Felsman told AAP on Sunday.

He said the fact that the tariffs are suspended, “will provide some positive momentum going into Monday’s trading here in Australia”.

US shares hit record highs at one stage on Friday on the announcement of the US-China trade deal before finishing steady.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 3.33 points, or 0.01 per cent, to 28,135.38, the S&P 500 gained 0.23 point, or 0.01 per cent, to 3,168.8 and the Nasdaq Composite added 17.56 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 8,734.88.

Australian share futures were trading 39 points higher at 6782.

The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed on Friday up 30.9 points, or 0.46 per cent, to 6,739.7 points, while the broader All Ordinaries was up 33.8 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 6,844.6 points.

Just before local trading gets under way, federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will hand down his mid-year budget review, which is expected to show the government remains on course for the first surplus in 12 years, but downgrades to economic growth forecasts.

The final major economic event of the year on the Australian calendar will be Thursday’s jobs figures for November, which are expected to show the unemployment rate unchanged at 5.3 per cent.

Investing Principals

Depending on your circumstances, you will have a unique set of objectives influenced by such factors as investment horizon, income and capital growth requirements, risk appetite, stage of life, estate planning and taxation. This is why it is important to identify these, set your objectives into place, and stick to them!  

GOALS: Having clear goals and being realistic about ways to achieve them can help protect from common mistakes that can detail their progress. 

BALANCE: A sound investment strategy starts with an asset allocation suitable for the portfolio’s objective. The allocation should be built on reasonable expectations for risk and returns, and should use diversified investments to avoid exposure to unnecessary risks.

COST: The lower your costs, the greater your share of an investment return. What is the fee i am paying actually getting me? You can’t control the markets, but you can control the bite of the costs and taxes. 

DISCIPLINE: Investing can provoke strong emotions. In the face of market turmoil, some investors may find themselves making impulsive decisions, or conversely, becoming paralysed, unable to implement an investment strategy or to rebalance a portfolio as needed.

Diversification is a powerful strategy for managing traditional risks. Diversifying across asset classes reduces a portfolio’s exposure to the risks common to an entire class. Diversifying within an asset class reduces exposure to risks associated with a particular company, sector, or segment.

In practice, diversification is a rigorously tested application of common sense. Markets will often behave differently from each other, sometimes marginally, sometimes greatly, at any given time. Owning a portfolio with at least some exposure to many or all key market components ensures you are exposed to participation in stronger areas while also mitigating the impact of weaker areas.

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Market Insights – 16th December 2019

Market Insights – 10th December 2019

Market Insights

9th December 2019

Top Stocks

CODE PRICE MOVEMENT   CODE PRICE MOVEMENT
CBA $78.99 -2.90%   NAB $25.41 -1.70%
BHP $37.36 -1.81%   TLS $3.70 -4.15%
WBC $24.27 -1.46%   WES $40.91 -3.29%
RIO $95.79 -1.09%   CSL $281.00 -0.78%
ANZ $24.59 -1.64%   WOW $38.36 -3.38%

Market and Exchange Rates

MAJOR FOREIGN MARKETS   AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR IS BUYING
All Ords 6,813.50 0.33%   US Dollar 0.6835
Dow Jones 28,015.06 1.22%   Euro 0.6181
FTSE-100 7,239.66 1.43%   GB 0.5202
Nikkei  23,354.40 0.23%   Yen 74.2606

Commodities

Oil (WTI) 59.040 1.27%
Gold 1,446.000 -1.12%
Iron Ore 88.340 0.25%

Major Market Announcements

– Wall Street ended solidly higher on Friday as a strong jobs report and optimism about U.S.-China trade negotiations ahead of an upcoming deadline helped stoke investor risk appetite.

– More than $300,000 has been returned to cafe and restaurant workers after a tactical Fair Work sting at four capital city food hotspots found 75 per cent of businesses were breaking the law. 

– Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and its joint venture partner Alcoa are quietly confident a new carbon-free aluminium product made using “breakthrough” technology is on track to be commercially available by 2024. 

– Health insurer NIB has entered a joint venture with US giant Cigna to create a data science and services company to help catch health issues earlier and cut down on costly hospitalisations.

– Construction sector jobs dwindled in November for the 16th month in a row, according to an industry survey that also showed a sharper drop in new orders for homes. The Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association Performance of Construction Index (PCI) report released on Friday said activity fell 3.9 points on the previous month to 40.0 – a decline that leaves the measure well below the 50-point mark separating expansion and contraction.

– Australia’s leading tech shares; Altium Limited and Appen Limited could be solid performers today after a strong finish to the week by their U.S. counterparts. The technology-focused Nasdaq index rose 1% on Friday.

Market Update

Australia’s share market is set for a positive start to the week, getting a bounce from strong US jobs data.

It comes after a rally on Wall Street and European markets in response to stronger than expected American payroll numbers and falling unemployment.

“That reduced some of the worries about the US economy and at the same time there was a more positive comment out of the US government regarding progress on trade talks with China,” AMP Capital’s chief economist Shane Oliver said on Sunday.

Following the global lead, ASX200 futures rose 35 points or 0.5 per cent, pointing to a positive start to trade for the Australian share market on Monday.

Investors will be looking closely at US-China trade negotiations ahead of a tariff hike scheduled for next Sunday.

“The question is whether China and the US will reach an agreement before then or whether the US will postpone those tariff hikes if the talks are still continuing,” Dr Oliver said.

Looking further into the week, polls predict a conservative victory in Thursday’s UK election, with incumbent Prime Minister Boris Johnson hoping voters will back his plan for a soft Brexit.

Back home, National Australia Bank’s latest business survey on Tuesday is set to show confidence edging down slightly for the month of October.

It’s a similar expectation for the Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index due out on Wednesday.

“Last month it showed a bit of a rise but (was) still fairly soft and I suspect it might fall back a bit this month,” Dr Oliver said.

“Economic data (has) generally been pretty weak. We’ve seen slow economic growth, weak retail sales figures, talk of more interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank.”

The Australian dollar is sitting at 68.38 US cents.

An EFT for Christmas!

Why Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) make great Christmas Presents.

Many gifts given are short term in nature and can often be forgotten about the following year. An ETF can be a gift that will continue to provide benefits for years to come. By giving the gift of an ETF, you give the recipient the opportunity to receive distributions indefinitely and to benefit from potential capital growth.

ETFs provide exposure to multiple securities which allows for inbuilt diversification in the one trade. This provides a degree of protection against unsystematic risks, by lowering volatility. ETFs can therefore provide a quick and easy method of portfolio diversification.

A broad range of ETFs are traded on the ASX that are designed to give exposure to everything from corporate bonds to technology shares. These can be used to complement existing portfolio holdings or align with personal values and interests.

ETFs can make a valuable gift for children where possible. They provide the opportunity to teach children about the time value of money and other fundamental investment tenants, and children also have a longer period to hold investments and thus ride out volatility in the market. For example, if a child is gifted $1,000 of ETFs each Christmas from age 1, which grow at 8% per annum, they will have $37,450 by age 18.

Given the broad range of available ETFs, an ETF can generally be found to fit the tastes and values of the recipient.

Consider this an option for your Christmas list this year!

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Cyber Security Tips Over The Holidays

Cyber Security Tips Over The Holidays

Cyber Security Tips Over The Holidays

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What should you be doing over the holiday period to keep yourself safe in cyber security? We outline a few simple tips to follow.

Shop smart with online purchases

  • Avoid purchasing from sites you don’t know; can you really trust that they aren’t selling your data elsewhere?
  • Avoid using links in emails to shopping sites advertising specials, instead navigate to main site yourself. These links could be redirects to dodgy versions which will harvest your passwords and other data.
  • Always relevant but particularly during the spending season; monitor your bank card statements for any suspicious activity (They might be easier to miss with all the spending for holidays).

Shared Wi-Fi networks

When travelling avoid using public Wi-Fi unless necessary. Free Public Wi-Fi is a particular problem for travellers as attackers know they are likely to connect to anything that is available (as often there is no other option).

Downloading Unknown Apps

During the holidays you have plenty of free time, right? Well careful what apps you download and ensure you only download from official sites like Google Play Store and App Store. Avoid free hotel apps as these often just subscribe you to more spam emails or maybe worse.

Two Factor Authentication

Although this is a trend that should definitely be implemented all year round (it involves setting up your phone as a confirmation when logging into an online service) it’s particularly important if you are travelling on the holidays as you will be notified immediately by the two-factor app or any unexpected login. This allows you to quickly login to the account and change the password, if it’s been compromised.

Don’t post about holiday times or locations on social media

Attackers knowing where you are at any particular time is definitely not good thing, and although it might be very tempting to notify friends on where you are, this makes you an easy target for which the data can be used in many unexpected ways.

Phishing Email Scams

Again, this occurs all-year-round but during the holiday season crafty email phishers may be able to use your Out of Office reply message to their advantage. For instance, knowing when you’ll be out of the office until is valuable information that can be used in a phishing attack. For example – you’re not contactable so the attacker sends a ‘sense of urgency’ email asking a staff member to change payment details.

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Market Insights – 16th December 2019

Market Insights – 2nd December 2019

Market Insights

2nd December 2019

Top Stocks

CODE

PRICE

MOVEMENT

 

CODE

PRICE

MOVEMENT

CBA

$80.82

1.02%

 

NAB

$25.89

-1.48%

BHP

$38.23

1.76%

 

TLS

$3.86

8.12%

WBC

$24.52

0.08%

 

WES

$42.37

0.40%

RIO

$96.90

2.11%

 

CSL

$283.48

4.07%

ANZ

$24.84

-0.32%

 

WOW

$39.76

1.71%

Market and Exchange Rates

MAJOR FOREIGN MARKETS

 

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR IS BUYING

All Ords

6,948.00

-0.25%

 

US Dollar

0.6758

Dow Jones

28,051.41

-0.40%

 

Euro

0.6139

FTSE-100

7,346.53

-0.94%

 

GB

0.5234

Nikkei 

23,293.91

-0.49%

 

Yen

74.0767

Commodities

Oil (WTI)

55.400

-4.68%

Gold

1,458.400

0.63%

Iron Ore

84.420

0.31%

Major Market Announcements

– Wall Street’s major indexes ended Friday’s shorter session lower as U.S.-China discord over Hong Kong fueled investor anxiety about trade talks and retail stocks dipped as in-store Black Friday sales appeared to draw smaller crowds.

– Better-than-expected results in China’s manufacturing and services sector on Saturday are likely to result in a boost for the Australian markets.

– Individual investor demand for shares in Westpac faces a key test, as the bank closes a $500 million equity raising that has occurred while the lending giant has battled one of the toughest weeks in its 202-year history.

Market Update

The Australian sharemarket remains in positive territory after having reached a new high for the second day in a row.

The S&P/ASX200 index was up 17.8 points, or 0.26 per cent, to 6881.8 points at 9am on Friday, while the all ordinaries was up 17.9 points, or 0.26 per cent, to 6983.5.

The ASX200 peaked at 6893.7 points — a new record — at 7.14am and the all ords reached a new crest of 6995.9 at the same time.

Healthcare and property trusts had the largest gains at midday AEST, each adding 0.78 per cent while the consumer staples and tech sectors both climbed by 0.43 per cent.

Pharma giant CSL was up 0.89 per cent, ResMed was up 0.52 per cent and Cochlear was 0.8 per cent higher.

Vicinity CentresGPTMirvacScentre Group and Dexus rose between 0.56 per cent and 0.90 per cent while Goodman Group gained 1.12 per cent.

The energy sector pared back earlier gains but remained in positive territory, with SantosOrigin, Oil Search and Beach Energy up by between 0.2 per cent and 2.1 per cent.

The banks were mixed, with ANZ being the sole big four lender in the black, up 0.48 per cent to $24.99.

Commonwealth Bank shares were 0.54 per cent lower at $81.16, NAB was down 0.57 per cent to $26.03 and Westpac was down 0.4 per cent to $24.60.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank fell 0.83 per cent, Bank of Queensland was down 0.44 per cent and Macquarie Group was up 0.33 per cent.

Mining giant BHP rose 0.23 per cent to $38.59, Rio Tinto was marginally higher at $97.43 and Fortescue Metals was up 0.15 per cent to $9.805.

Shares in Select Harvests were 8.56 per cent higher at $7.86 after a successful year the nut grower attributes to a bigger than expected almond crop, firmer prices and the shrewd navigation of an expensive water market.

Wall Street was closed overnight for a US holiday while in the UK the FTSE 100 dipped 0.20 per cent after four straight sessions of gains although the broader FTSE 250 ended up 0.30 per cent for the day.

The Aussie dollar is buying 67.68 US cents from 67.67 US cents on Thursday.

A simple way to start an Investment Portfolio

When people consider the idea of investing into shares they usually think of Blue-Chip shares, like CBA, BHP, or Woolies for example.  

Many investors would be unaware that these types of shares are only one of many types of asset classes that you can use the ASX (Australian Securities Exchange) to invest in.

By having a spread of various asset classes, like property, bonds, international exposure and sector exposure this can somewhat create correlation with the performance of shares. For example, if the Australian share market goes down, some shares are likely to follow, but other asset classes are not correlated to shares, they can even be negatively correlated (meaning they often rise in value when shares fall).

Take the Vanguard Diversified Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) similar to what is known as a “Multi-Manager” funds, these diversified ETF’s offer exposure to Australian Shares, Global bonds, International shares, Australian Fixed Interest, International Small Companies and Emerging Markets, all in the one purchase. Offering 70% exposure to a broad range of both Australian and International Shares and 30% exposure to Fixed Interest and Bonds.

Depending on your appetite to risk, you can also purchase lower risk funds too, for example, you can purchase one that offers 50% growth and 50% defensive exposure.

The Vanguard ETF I am referring to today is the Vanguard Diversified Growth Index (ASX: VDGR) this ETF provides low-cost (0.27% pa) access to a range of sector funds, offering broad diversification across multiple asset classes.

It is suitable as a buy and hold type investment, for investors who are seeking long term capital growth via diversification and fixed income to help reduce volatility.

These low-cost ETF’s have not been around for long, although the companies they invest in have. The below table shows the returns of VDGR over the past 12 months;

In summary, the ASX offers much more than just Blue-Chip shares. Using ETF’s to gain exposure to all types of asset classes, is a good starting point as it allows you to establish a well-diversified portfolio which could potentially offer far less volatile returns than your typical Blue-Chip portfolio.

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