Disclosure

Disclosure

As of 5th December 2016, employees of Mainview Securities Pty Ltd currently hold shares in:

ASX Codes

Hudson Financial Planning is not a stock broker. The research for our stock recommendations is collected from various sources: Intelligent Investor, Morning Star, Ord Minnett, ABN Amro Morgans and Citigroup. Employees of Mainview Securities Pty Ltd currently hold shares in the following ASX Codes: ASX Codes: CAJ, EWC, HSN, NAB, QBE, TLS, VRT, GXL, FLT, PDL - Managed Funds APIR Codes:- FSF0041AU, FSF0035AU, FSF0264AU, FSF0877AU, FSF0876AU, FSF0877AU, FSF0090AU, FSF0873AU, FSF0924AU, FSF0244AU, FSF0228AU, FSF0873AU, FSF0795AU, FSF0043AU, FSF0505AU, FSF0220AU, FSF0233AU, FSF0409AU, FSF0484AU, FSF0468AU, FSF0469AU, FSF0891AU, FSF0892AU, FSF1085AU, FSF0969AU

This list is for disclosure purposes and is not a recommendation.

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