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      [Rewards] What impact will climate change have on you?

      Hey Aussie,I would like to invite you to take part in a discussion about the impacts that climate change will have on you. You will win Tiger coins for your participation.Parts of Australia’s east coast could be hit by ongoing flooding within days, just a week after the official declaration of a rare third La Niña.A low-pressure system is forecast to cause widespread rain and storms across much of the inland south-east from Wednesday and possible major flooding from already full waterways across southern Queensland, inland New South Wales and northern Victoria.Climate change has severely impacted Australia in recent years, resulting in floods, searing temperatures, changes in fire and rainfall patterns, sea level rise, and ocean acidification.Climate issues are becoming increasingly important to Australians, with topics such as decarbonization, renewable energy, and electric vehicles becoming common topics of conversation.I would like to invite you to take part in a discussion about the impacts that climate change will have on you. You will win Tiger coins for your participation.💡Share Your InsightsPlease leave a message in the comments section of this post, and share your insights about climate change 💸💸💸How does climate change affect you?Are you concerned about electric vehicles and renewable energy?Would you recommend any stocks that are related to climate change?🎁PrizesAll Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.⏰Activity Duration22 september, 2022-29 september, 2022
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      Woolworths vs Coles: which do you prefer?

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      Hey Aussie, When doing your weekly shop, you've likely noticed that your dollarydoos just aren't stretching as far as they used to.The price of everyday food items has soared in recent weeks with farmers passing on rising production costs to consumers.Due to high inflation and successive interest rate increases by the Australian Federal Reserve, consumers' enthusiasm for retaliatory spending has waned this year, as they have reduced recreational spending as well as spending less on non-essential consumer goods. Since Coles and Woolworths are belong to the essential consumer goods sector, which has been less affected by the rally over the past two months, the essential consumer goods sector has clearly outperformed than others. However, both stocks have declined recently. What has happened?$Coles Group(COL.AU)$ $WOOLWORTHS GROUP LTD(WOW.AU)$ Woolworths posts tepid annual profit, weak start to 2023 $WOOLWORTHS GROUP LTD(WOW.AU)$currently has four major business segments: Australian food retail, Australian food wholesale, New Zealand food and Big W business. It posted a nearly flat annual profit last week.Total sales at Australian Food segment for the first eight weeks of fiscal 2023 were down 0.5% from last year. Sales in its New Zealand Food segment were down 1% during the same period. This was mainly due to supply chain snarls have dented sales of its key Australian Food business at the start of the new fiscal year.Bad weather and floods have blocked roads and wiped out crops, increasing wholesale costs. The cost of doing business, excluding one-off expenses, increased 96 basis points (bps) to 25.1% for Australian Food in the reported period. Coles warns of cost pressures Since its spin-off from Westfarmers,$Coles Group(COL.AU)$ has maintained a relatively simple business structure, with three divisions - supermarkets, liquor, and express. There was a 2.2 percent increase in supermarket revenue, accounting for 87 percent of total revenue, and a 2.5 percent increase in liquor business. The express division, however, saw a five percent decrease in sales as a result of reduced traffic flow caused by theOmicron virus in the first half of the year, as well as flooding in the second half of the year, leading to the closure of 30 gas stations and an increase in oil and fuel prices. However, the company achieved a 4.3% increase in net profit after tax to $1,048 million, exceeding analysts' expectations of $1,006 million. Coles vs Woolworths price war Price wars also affect the share price movements of the two supermarkets in addition to the earnings report. While consumer discretionary is a defensive and anti-cyclical sector, the supermarket and grocery sector is one of the most competitive in Australia. Woolworths & Coles have released price reductions in an attempt to expand market share. Woolworths has announced price drops for over 400 essential items. Coles supermarket has “locked” the price of 1,168 products across its range until early 2023 - and has already begun lowering the price of an additional 500 buys After  the two supermarkets are currently engaged in a price war, which is expected to adversely affect the company's gross profit in the coming six months, which will in turn affect its stock price. Finally, we would like to ask Woolworths vs Coles: which  do you prefer? 🎁Prizes Feel free to leave your comments in the comment section. All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins. In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins. ⏰Activity Duration 31 Aug, 2022-7 Sept, 2022
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      Woolworths vs Coles: which do you prefer?

      Hey Aussie,When doing your weekly shop, you've likely noticed that your dollarydoos just aren't stretching as far as they used to.The price of everyday food items has soared in recent weeks with farmers passing on rising production costs to consumers.Due to high inflation and successive interest rate increases by the Australian Federal Reserve, consumers' enthusiasm for retaliatory spending has waned this year, as they have reduced recreational spending as well as spending less on non-essential consumer goods. Since Coles and Woolworths are belong to the essential consumer goods sector, which has been less affected by the rally over the past two months, the essential consumer goods sector has clearly outperformed than others. However, both stocks have declined recently. What has happened?$Coles Group(COL.AU)$ $WOOLWORTHS GROUP LTD(WOW.AU)$ Woolworths posts tepid annual profit, weak start to 2023$WOOLWORTHS GROUP LTD(WOW.AU)$currently has four major business segments: Australian food retail, Australian food wholesale, New Zealand food and Big W business.It posted a nearly flat annual profit last week.Total sales at Australian Food segment for the first eight weeks of fiscal 2023 were down 0.5% from last year. Sales in its New Zealand Food segment were down 1% during the same period.This was mainly due to supply chain snarls have dented sales of its key Australian Food business at the start of the new fiscal year.Bad weather and floods have blocked roads and wiped out crops, increasing wholesale costs. The cost of doing business, excluding one-off expenses, increased 96 basis points (bps) to 25.1% for Australian Food in the reported period.Coles warns of cost pressuresSince its spin-off from Westfarmers,$Coles Group(COL.AU)$ has maintained a relatively simple business structure, with three divisions - supermarkets, liquor, and express.There was a 2.2 percent increase in supermarket revenue, accounting for 87 percent of total revenue, and a 2.5 percent increase in liquor business. The express division, however, saw a five percent decrease in sales as a result of reduced traffic flow caused by theOmicron virus in the first half of the year, as well as flooding in the second half of the year, leading to the closure of 30 gas stations and an increase in oil and fuel prices.However, the company achieved a 4.3% increase in net profit after tax to $1,048 million, exceeding analysts' expectations of $1,006 million.Coles vs Woolworths price warPrice wars also affect the share price movements of the two supermarkets in addition to the earnings report. While consumer discretionary is a defensive and anti-cyclical sector, the supermarket and grocery sector is one of the most competitive in Australia.Woolworths & Coles have released price reductions in an attempt to expand market share. Woolworths has announced price drops for over 400 essential items. Coles supermarket has “locked” the price of 1,168 products across its range until early 2023 - and has already begun lowering the price of an additional 500 buysAfter  the two supermarkets are currently engaged in a price war, which is expected to adversely affect the company's gross profit in the coming six months, which will in turn affect its stock price.Finally, we would like to askWoolworths vs Coles: which  do you prefer?🎁PrizesFeel free to leave your comments in the comment section.All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.⏰Activity Duration31 Aug, 2022-7 Sept, 2022
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      ASX-Annual profit season calendar-August

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      Hey Aussie, 2022 financial year earnings season is set to begin in earnest during the second full week of August, led by banking giants $NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK LIMITED(NAB.AU)$ and $COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRAL(CBA.AU)$.The calendar below, which we will update throughout, shows the AU companies most held and actively traded by Tigers that report results in the period. Finally, we would like to ask Which company is your favorite? What company's earnings report do you most anticipate? 🎁Prizes Feel free to leave your comments in the comment section. All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins. In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins. ⏰Activity Duration 10 Aug, 2022-30 August, 2022
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    • Tiger_AU·08-31Tiger_AU
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      [Reward] Is cryptocurrency a good investment?

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      Hey Aussie, Cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm, especially during the last few years. Do you have any experience investing in cryptocurrencies? Can you share your thoughts on the topic of Is cryptocurrency a good investment?ASIC research found that 44 per cent of Australian investors they surveyed held cryptocurrencies. A quarter of participants said crypto was their only investment. For some investors, one of the biggest appeals of cryptocurrencies is its decentralized nature. It’s not controlled by central banks or governments who like to print money and generate inflation in fiat currencies such as the U.S. dollar or the euro. Buying cryptocurrencies also creates the potential for large gains on your investment. However,Cryptocurrencies have been extremely volatile so far in their relatively young existence. They aren’t backed by anything, so the price they trade at is determined by the whims of traders. There are also security issues with cryptocurrencies,there have been notable hacks involving cryptocurrencies. It is often difficult to recover stolen funds. On Monday, the federal government announced Australia would become the first country to chart the number, type and underlying code of available cryptocurrencies. It will “token map” the Australian crypto asset sector as a first step towards fresh regulation in the area, which the tax office estimates more than one million people have “interacted” with since 2018. What's your opinion about cryptocurrency? 💡Share Your Insights Please leave a message in the comments section of this post, and share your insights about cryptocurrency. 💸💸💸 Is cryptocurrency a good investment? Have you ever invested in cryptocurrency? What is your opinion about the future of cryptocurrency? 🎁Prizes All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins. In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins. ⏰Activity Duration 24 Aug, 2022-31 August, 2022
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      [Rewards] How Interest Rate Hikes Affect Real Estate?

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      Hey Aussie, After a period of silence from the big four banks since the central bank’s rate rise on Tuesday, $澳洲联邦银行(CBA.AU)$ is raising mortgage rates by 0.5 percentage points, and it will raise rates on a key savings product by the same amount.The change will take effect from August 12. Property prices are going down marginally as cost of living pressures bite but they still remain high levels compared to pre-pandemic levels. House prices are just 1.66 per cent below their peak in the later half of last year. According to PropTrack’s Home Price Index, released on Monday, home prices dropped 0.43 per cent nationally in July. Would you like to share your opinion regarding How interest rates affect the Housing Market? 💡Share Your Insights Please leave a message in the comments section of this post, and share your insights about Australian real estate. 💸💸💸 How interest rates affect the Housing Market? What is your opinion about the future of Australian real estate 🎁Prizes All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins. In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins. ⏰Activity Duration 4 Aug, 2022-11 August, 2022
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    • Tiger_AU·08-24Tiger_AU

      [Reward] Is cryptocurrency a good investment?

      Hey Aussie,Cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm, especially during the last few years. Do you have any experience investing in cryptocurrencies? Can you share your thoughts on the topic of Is cryptocurrency a good investment?ASIC research found that 44 per cent of Australian investors they surveyed held cryptocurrencies. A quarter of participants said crypto was their only investment. For some investors, one of the biggest appeals of cryptocurrencies is its decentralized nature. It’s not controlled by central banks or governments who like to print money and generate inflation in fiat currencies such as the U.S. dollar or the euro. Buying cryptocurrencies also creates the potential for large gains on your investment.However,Cryptocurrencies have been extremely volatile so far in their relatively young existence. They aren’t backed by anything, so the price they trade at is determined by the whims of traders. There are also security issues with cryptocurrencies,there have been notable hacks involving cryptocurrencies. It is often difficult to recover stolen funds.On Monday, the federal government announced Australia would become the first country to chart the number, type and underlying code of available cryptocurrencies. It will “token map” the Australian crypto asset sector as a first step towards fresh regulation in the area, which the tax office estimates more than one million people have “interacted” with since 2018.What's your opinion about cryptocurrency?💡Share Your InsightsPlease leave a message in the comments section of this post, and share your insights about cryptocurrency. 💸💸💸Is cryptocurrency a good investment?Have you ever invested in cryptocurrency?What is your opinion about the future of cryptocurrency?🎁PrizesAll Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.⏰Activity Duration24 Aug, 2022-31 August, 2022
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    • Tiger_AU·08-17Tiger_AU

      [Earnings Season] Share Your Opinion & Win Tiger Coins

      Hey Aussie,2022 financial year earnings season is set to begin. I would like to invite you to write a review or a preview of your favorite company's financial reports. You will win Tiger Coins, and you will also have the opportunity to win a Tiger GIFT.The calendar below, which we will update throughout, shows the AU companies most held and actively traded by Tigers that report results in the period.☀️Here is what you need to doShare your thoughts on the financial reports of your favorite company in AU  market only – here are some ideas to help you along:Discuss some of the key points covered in the earnings report (e.g. revenue, net income, cash flow, etc.)Discuss What're your thoughts on your favorite company's Earnings?Share how you feel about the earnings report – is it a good time to buy, sell or hold?🎁 RewardsAll Tigers who share your opinions in the comment section of this post will receive 10 Tiger Coins. The Tigers with the hottest comments(most likes)will receive 100 Tiger Coins.All Tigers who write posts containing more than 100 characters will receive 50 Tiger Coins. Tigers who write posts of the highest quality will receive 1,000 Tiger Coins. Make a post on the TOPIC page >>​You will also have the opportunity to win a Tiger GIFT.📢Rules & CriteriaThe objective scoring (weight 50%) is based on the originality and quality of the content.The subjective scoring (weighted 50%) is based on the number of views, comments, likes, as well as the length of the content.⏰ Campaign Duration16:00 17 August-16:00 31 August AEST
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    • Tiger_AU·08-10Tiger_AU

      ASX-Annual profit season calendar-August

      Hey Aussie,2022 financial year earnings season is set to begin in earnest during the second full week of August, led by banking giants $NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK LIMITED(NAB.AU)$ and $COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRAL(CBA.AU)$.The calendar below, which we will update throughout, shows the AU companies most held and actively traded by Tigers that report results in the period.Finally, we would like to askWhich company is your favorite?What company's earnings report do you most anticipate?🎁PrizesFeel free to leave your comments in the comment section.All Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.⏰Activity Duration10 Aug, 2022-30 August, 2022
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      [Rewards] How Interest Rate Hikes Affect Real Estate?

      Hey Aussie,After a period of silence from the big four banks since the central bank’s rate rise on Tuesday, $澳洲联邦银行(CBA.AU)$ is raising mortgage rates by 0.5 percentage points, and it will raise rates on a key savings product by the same amount.The change will take effect from August 12.Property prices are going down marginally as cost of living pressures bite but they still remain high levels compared to pre-pandemic levels. House prices are just 1.66 per cent below their peak in the later half of last year.According to PropTrack’s Home Price Index, released on Monday, home prices dropped 0.43 per cent nationally in July. Would you like to share your opinion regarding How interest rates affect the Housing Market?💡Share Your InsightsPlease leave a message in the comments section of this post, and share your insights about Australian real estate. 💸💸💸How interest rates affect the Housing Market?What is your opinion about the future of Australian real estate🎁PrizesAll Tigers who comment on the following post will receive 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.⏰Activity Duration4 Aug, 2022-11 August, 2022
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