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Purchasing shares in a company buys you part ownership of that company. You're given the right to vote on who manages the company and receive a portion of company profits through the distribution of dividends.

Example: If a share price quote is $25, then that means one share is valued at $25.

Note: Shares are also referred to as stocks, equities and securities.


Is an abbreviation for "Contract for Difference". A CFD is a 'derivative' that is derived from the underlying value of the share price. A CFD’s allow you to go long (buy the CFD) or go short (sell the CFD).

CFD's give you leverage.

Example: Buying a CFD in XYZ provides you with an opportunity to purchase the shares at a variable rates such as 10 to 1 ratio instead of the full upfront share value cost i.e. paying $1,000 instead of $10,000.

Because CFDs are traded on margin, you must maintain the minimum margin level at all times.

Note: CFD’s are not recommended for novice traders.

Order Type

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Select your type of market order

Market Order

This is a type of order that instructs to buy or sell immediately at the best price available.

Limit Order

An order placed to buy or sell a set number of shares at a specified price or better.

Stop Order

This is an order that is executable once a set price has been reached. Once the order surpasses a particular point the order becomes a market order.

Stop Limit Order

An order placed that will be executed at a specific price or better after a given stop price has been reached. Therefore it combines the feature of a stop order with those of a limit order.

Order Period

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Select the time period that you want your trade to be live/active for.


Stands for good till cancelled. This means once the order is placed, the order will remain in place until someone cancels the order.

Day order

An order that if not executed, will stand until the end of the trading day.

One week

An order that will stand for a full week from the time it is placed, and then be automatically cancelled at the end of this period if it has not been executed.

One month

An order that if not executed, will stand for a full month.

End of week

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the trading week.

End of month

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the trading month.

End of year

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the year.


Step 5

Select the value or quantity of how many shares you want to buy


Brokerage Fee: Please select broker first to calculate brokerage*.

Nominal Value:
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Risk Management

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Select what alarms (automatic exits) you want to protect both your investments and your profits.

Take Profit
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Take Profit

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Stop Loss

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Metcash Limited (MTS)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).



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General Overview

About Metcash

From its origins in 1920 as a family owned corner store, Metcash has evolved, uniting Australia’s independent grocers and diversifying its portfolio of businesses to become an ASX Top 100 Company. Headquartered in Sydney, its diverse business operations range from servicing its customers in supermarket and convenience businesses through to hardware; and automotive parts.

Metcash’s customers are, predominantly, independently owned grocery and liquor stores, but also include hardware and automotive part stores, which operate under their portfolio of brands including: IGA, Mitre 10, Cellarbrations and Autobarn.

Metcash champions the interests of the independent grocery, liquor, hardware and automotive parts sectors through its core competencies of buying, merchandising, marketing, brand building, distribution logistics and warehousing.


MTSFor a large part of its history, Metcash carried the name of the founder of its predecessor business, Davids.

Founder Joe David, was the second son of Lebanese migrants; a visionary and entrepreneurial thinker. In May 1927, at the age of 24, he opened his first ‘food’ store at Woolloomooloo, NSW; closely followed by six others. As the businesses prospered, Davids continued to expand and in 1935 opened a wholesale warehouse in Surry Hills, NSW.

The Davids business identified a niche market with great opportunity; supporting and wholesaling to independent retailers. The company formed the first professionally organised voluntary retail group in NSW and also established the industry’s first Retail Services Program for independent retailers. In 1980 the company acquired AG Campbells wholesale business.

To improve efficiency and drive value in the business, Davids pioneered technological improvements in their wholesale and retail operations, introducing a number of innovations to Australia: electronic data interface for retailer ordering; case labels; retail shelf labels; scanners and other systems followed over the years. Today Metcash continues the traditions established by its founder; and is acknowledged as a pioneer in distribution; warehousing expertise and; a leader in supply chain and operational logistics.

In 1988, the global retail banner IGA (Independent Grocers Alliance)was introduced to Australia. IGA has remained a flagship retail banner for independent retailers and is one of the company’s most recognised brands.

On 4 September 2000, Metcash Trading Limited (Metcash) became the official company name replacing Davids Limited. The name acknowledges the pivotal role South African owned Metro Cash & Carry (a majority shareholder from 2000-2004) in the strategic direction of the company.

In November 2005, Metcash made the significant acquisition of Foodland Associated Limited (FAL); all former FAL stores (Action, Dewson and Supa Valu stores), that met IGA specifications were rebranded under IGA.

In March 2010, Metcash acquired 50.1% of Mitre 10, the iconic hardware business with over 400 independently owned Mitre 10 stores and over 400 non-branded independent customers. Mitre 10 joined the Metcash group with a fifty year history of supporting independent home improvement and hardware retailers, who are an integral part of local communities around Australia. The focus for Mitre 10 is to generate supply chain improvements and build a strong merchandise and marketing model.

On 1 July 2010, Metcash announced it would acquire Interfrank Group Holdings Pty Ltd, the owner of the Franklins chain of 85 supermarkets, comprising 77 corporate stores and supply to 8 franchised stores. The transaction was completed in November 2011 with all viable Franklins stores converted to the IGA banner.

In 2012 Metcash entered into an agreement to acquire a 75.1% stake in Automotive Brands Group (ABG) for $53.8m on 2 July 2012. ABG is Australia’s largest distributor and franchise operator in the automotive parts and aftermarket sector.

On 14 May 2015, Metcash announced that as a result of a strategic review that it was to investigate an IPO of the Automotive Division. On 15 June, 2015 Burson Group Limited entered a binding agreement to acquire 100% of MAH, and the sale was completed on 31 July 2015, with Metcash receiving net proceeds of $225m (before tax).


Integrity is the foundation of their values:

  • Supporting their customers and suppliers
  • Their people are empowered and accountable
  • Adding value in their community


  • Growing their markets and delivering value to their stakeholders
  • Distribution and merchandising excellence
  • Retailer and consumer champions
  • Successful and passionate independents
  • Great place to work




MTSThey understand that today they are a culturally diverse nation of more that 23 million people with different likes and dislikes.

That’s why, through their network of independently owned stores (all 1,400 of them) they tailor their ranges and brands to give their local customers more of what they like it. This includes many of your favourite brands, the ones you may no longer find on shelves in other supermarkets.

They proudly support Aussie producers too by stocking ranges of locally made products.

They actively participate in the communities around their stores doing whatever they can to help local schools, surf clubs or hospitals whether it’s footie balls for the under 14’s or life-saving equipment.

Though IGA Community Chest they continually raise funds to support local communities, charities and other worthwhile causes, to date they've put well over $60 million back into communities across the country.

But at the beginning of each day, they open their doors for one reason and one reason only, to deliver a shopping experience how the locals like it.


Foodland stores are local, independently owned supermarkets so when you shop with them you help support your local community. Foodland are indeed "The Mighty South Aussies".

So how does shopping at Foodland support their community?

Foodland retailers have been supporting South Aussie sporting and community clubs, charities and schools for 50 years. Their retailers donate to over 200 sporting clubs, 100 schools and kindergartens and over 250 other charities and community groups every year.

Donations include $370,000 for the Little Heroes Foundation along with $32,000 for the Cancer Council and $23,000 for the Flinders Medical Foundation. These donations would not have been possible without the the great support of their loyal customers along with the many valued suppliers to Foodland. They are continuing to support many worthwhile charities in 2012 and remain committed to the communities of SA.

In addition they regularly support the Cancer Council, Odd Socks Day and Breast Cancer research every year.

At Foodland they remain passionate about their community and about providing their customers with fresh local produce and a full range of groceries along with personalised service.

Local products that are being discontinued by the national supermarket chains are still available at Foodland because they believe strongly in supporting local producers and they are an active foundation member of Advantage SA to prove it!

So if you cannot find what you are looking for don’t forget to ask one of their friendly staff members.

They also carry an extensive range of products under the Foodland Brand. Over 200 in fact and over 50% of these are from SA manufacturers with the balance of the range sourced only from Australian manufacturers.

They will always endeavor to have the Foodland branded product range produced in their home state as they are committed to South Australia. This will guarantee that the Foodland branded range does not include imports, unlike some of the house brand products available from their competitors.

Their prices are competitive and they have a new catalogue out every week that is filled with hundreds of great specials from all departments. As well as the Foodland group specials, their stores regularly have their own exclusive specials so you can save even more by shopping at Foodland. Don’t forget to check your letterbox every week for our catalogues.

They now have 115 stores located in South Australia with many more to open in the future. There are an additional 2 Foodland stores operating outside of SA (NT and Broken Hill)

So when making a decision of where to shop, it makes great sense to support their great state of South Australia and shop at your local Foodland, "The Mighty South Aussies".

Friendly Grocer

Friendly Grocer (formerly known as Four Square) has been operating for over 50 years in Australia. They are part of a buying group acting on behalf of all their members to provide very competitive prices to all their customers. With over 240 stores in QLD, NSW and ACT, with all stores owned, run and managed by local people.



MTSCampbells is committed to being a responsible member of the communities in which they live and work. They endeavour to achieve high standards of workplace health and safety, fair and equitable conditions of employment, environmental protection and product safety by striving to always conduct our business on a safe, environmentally sustainable and socially responsible manner.

Lucky 7

Lucky 7 is a banner group supporting the independent convenience channel. All of their members are locally owned and operated, and with over 350 sites nationally, Lucky 7 is providing a full formatted style retail operation and program for independents.

As a Lucky 7 branded offer, their members enjoy the benefit of looking and operating like a major banner group, while maintaining their local independence. This is the best of both worlds for their members and is the main reason why Lucky 7 continues to grow.

Over the past 7 years the Lucky 7 banner has expanded into new markets like WA, and has continued to re-invest in their network with branding, field support, structured monthly promotional programs and incentives to help their retailers to remain competitive in a tough retail market.

Their brand marketing and consumer promotions continue to raise their brand awareness with consumers and drive new customers into their members business.


At C-Store Distribution they're committed to being the convenience store and route trade marketing and distribution leader. In order to achieve this they aim to provide the one stop shop and total supply solution to the convenience and route trade channel.

C-Store distribution targets the customers who have larger stores and place orders electronically and require regular scheduled deliveries. At C-Store they take the routine and mundane out of your ordering with prompt delivery of your on-line purchases when you want them and critical purchase reports to help you identify your buying trends.

They recognise the challenges and ongoing need for additional support services to assist you in not only maintaining your current business portfolio but also helping you to identify ways of where they may assist you in growing your business. This is evident with our focused group of Petrol and C-Store Industry Specialists and our range of services, which currently include.

Cash and Carry

Cash and Carry is committed to being a responsible member of the communities in which they live and work. They endeavour to achieve high standards of workplace health and safety, fair and equitable conditions of employment, environmental protection and product safety by striving to always conduct our business on a safe, environmentally sustainable and socially responsible manner.

Liquor - Retail


MTSCellarbrations has grown to be one of the largest independent retail liquor brands in the country, with over 500 local outlets in every state and territory in Australia. It has a reputation as one of the best independent liquor brands in the marketplace, and with such fantastic national coverage, there is bound to be an outlet somewhere near you.

Cellarbrations has been awarded the retail banner group of the year four times in seven years (2004, 2006, 2009 & 2013) at the prestigious Australian Liquor Industry Awards, and is the only independent group to be awarded the honour Four times. Now that is something to celebrate.

People often ask "what makes a Cellarbrations outlet special?" They believe it is their commitment to delivering a quality liquor offer that focuses on personalised service for every customer. They really care about their customers and what they want. Their owners understand that everyone is different, and value getting to know each customer to ensure they get the help they really want every time they visit. Because over 70% of their outlets are owner operated, the person that runs the store, owns the store, so that's why Cellarbrations is committed to "getting to know you", so they can always help you get what you want.

The Bottle-O

The Bottle-O is a true independent Australian bottle-shop with a mission to make you feel welcome every time you step through their doors.

As part of their brand promise The Bottle-O is committed to delivering you their local customer genuine value with every purchase.

They pride themselves on supporting their local community from local sponsorships to simply just knowing the right product for every person.

The Bottle-O has over 200 outlets nationwide and is continually growing. Their brand has a continual presence nationally through their naming rights partnership with Rod Nash Racing (RNR) of The Bottle-O Racing #55 FPR Falcon in the V8 Supercar Championship.

At The Bottle-O their store owners are Real Locals, providing you Real Value!

Liquor - Wholesale


They have the IT solution in place and are starting to assemble orders today for NSW customers from Queensland and Victoria. On-premise customers are already receiving deliveries from their ACT warehouse.

As current loads are planned you will be contacted regarding delivery times. Future ongoing order days and lead times will be communicated in advance to assist with your order cycle planning. All invoices will be as per normal with NSW pricing.

I want to thank you all for your patience and understanding - they will now have consistent supply on an ongoing basis to all customers.



MTSMitre 10, formed in 1959, is the second largest player in the Australian home improvement and hardware industry. The Mitre 10 group comprises:

  • Australia's only independent home improvement and hardware wholesaler to the industry.
  • An iconic independent and local retail network of over 400 Mitre 10 and True Value Hardware stores.

Supported by the wholesaling part of the business, their network of over 400 Mitre 10 and True Value Hardware stores are privately owned, passionately operated and committed to helping every customer with expert advice. Their stores have been providing millions of homeowners with solutions to their home improvement projects for over 50 years. They are part of local communities throughout the country with 70 percent of their stores located in regional Australia.



MTSAt Autobarn, whatever your automotive need or dream is…”We know how to get you there.”

With 111 stores across all states in Australia the team at your local Autobarn can help you get exactly what it is you want from your car.

For them, it’s not just about selling products; Autobarn staff want to know what it is you’re trying to achieve, what type of car you have, do you plan to do the work yourself or do you need a hand from us?

Come in and have a chat to their team; whether it’s about the latest in car audio, keeping your car looking show room new, making sure your engine gets the care it needs or finding just the right parts and tools to do it yourself, they can help you.

And if you’re not so great on the tools, they can find and fit exactly what you need; wiper blades and light globes, car audio, batteries, roof racks & storage pods and seat covers. They even have Australian Child Restraint Initiative Resource accredited baby seat fitting specialists in many stores.


Established in 1982, Autopro is Australia’s oldest and largest independent automotive aftermarket parts and accessories retailer, that began as a marketing group to support independent automotive aftermarket retailers namely to consolidate their buying power.

The first retail catalogue was produced in 1984 and today Autopro distributes millions of catalogues per year to all corners of mainland Australia.

Autopro stores are mainly locally owned and operated and form a major part of the local community. As local businesses, Autopro stores specialise in their local communities unique needs by adding specialised ranges to their product offers.

Autopro dealers are very knowledgeable about all things auto and can provide you with the right information and advice to keep you out on the road.

ABS Auto

ABS Auto is a group of Automotive Specialists starting out in 1981 as a single parts remanufacturing business in Fitzroy. By 1984 business had quickly bloomed to a point where operations, systems and the ABS brand had developed into a fully functional Franchise System.

By 1990 ABS Auto opened their first interstate stores in Tasmania, closely followed by Perth in 1994 and Adelaide 1996. Today ABS Auto has grown to a total of 55 stores operating in every State and Territory across Australia.

ABS Auto have since re-established themselves in the market as a one stop shop for all your vehicle servicing needs ranging from minor, major and logbook services, brake and clutch, cooling system through to suspension and steering, clutch replacement and any other mechanical repairs or services that may be needed.

In May 2013 ABS Auto joined the Metcash Automotive Brands Group with household names like Autobarn and AutoPro. With the purchase in May, comes greater opportunity for growth and development to not only increase their nationwide footprint but to also become the leader in the Automotive Aftermarket Industry. Today Australian Automotive Distribution Pty Ltd trading as ABS is a fully fledged part of the group and continues to expand.

With years of experience and that personal touch they make sure you and your car always have a second home with them. The ABS Auto mission is to keep you and your family safe on the roads all year round.


Established in 1981 as a specialist auto parts remanufacturer in Fitzroy,Victoria. Its core business was brake shoe and industrial bonding and brakehose manufacturing.

During the 1990’s ATAP grew into a national brake and clutch wholesaler and opened its first interstate warehouse in Western Australia. This was followed by new branches in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland. In the late 1990’s the Protex brand was launched.

Throughout the 2000’s ATAP has secured distributorship agreements with some ofthe worlds leaders in the automotive sector and has experienced a significant expansion of product range.

They currently import, manufacture, remanufacture and wholesale quality brake, clutch, suspension, cooling and service products for both passenger and commercial vehicles. They aim to be the recognised leader in the supply and delivery of their products. Their range is the most comprehensive and current available and will remain so through dedicated product development and global sourcing.

Their affiliation with some of the world’s largest manufacturers underpins their position as Australia’s largest undercar supplier. Their national distribution network ensures prompt and reliable delivery Australia wide.

ATAP employs in excess of 200 people Australia wide. They have Quality Certified ISO 9002 warehouses/sales operations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

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Consistently ranked among the top ten web hosting providers worldwide, EasyCGI has demonstrated its ability to provide reliable and advanced hosting services.

EasyCGI has custom developed an infinitely-expandable shared web hosting platform, which allows for complete flexibility. This enhances their ability to offer new features and cutting edge technology upon availability. Their control panel allows their customers to administer every aspect of their account at any time, from any location. EasyCGI's three tiers of shared web hosting solutions make the company's services suitable for a wide range of individuals and companies looking to host web sites ranging from simple to complex.

EasyCGI Support Staff

The Internet and web hosting industries are built on new and constantly changing technologies. A web hosting company must have the experience and knowledge to help its customers through the process and eliminate confusion. their highly knowledgeable staff is trained to provide quick resolutions to technical problems, allowing the customer to focus on more important aspects of their business.

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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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Forecast Ratios

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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
  Sell Underperform Hold Buy Strong Buy Total
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Target Price

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Contact Info

Metcash Limited

1 Thomas Holt Drive
Macquarie Park, NSW
AU Australia, 2113

Phone: +61 2 9741 3000
Fax: +61 2 9741 3399

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Share Registry

Boardroom Pty Limited - Click here to view share registry profile

Phone: +61 2 9290 9600
Fax: +61 2 9279 0664

Level 12
225 George Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

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