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Investment videos 2014

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Leading commentator talks about his own super fund

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Alan Kohler, Eureka Report

Alan Kohler talks to Tony Featherstone about his approach to investing, the strategy for his super fund and the companies he is investing in. Find out which long term themes Alan sees playing out over his 5 year investment horizon.

Recorded - Thu 3 July 2014.

Heading for a fall or steady as she goes?

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George Boubouras, Equity Trustees

Leading fund manager takes a top down look at the markets here and overseas. Although there are concerns, George Boubouras of Equity Trustees argues there are more reasons to be confident.

Recorded - Thu 3 July 2014.

How to construct your own growth or income fund

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George Boubouras, Equity Trustees

If you want to take the next step with your portfolio by structuring it as a growth or income fund, take the time to listen to professional fund manager George Boubouras' tips on how to construct them. He will also give you a look at the stocks Equity Trustees currently have in their funds.

Recorded - Thu 3 July 2014.

Stocks I like – a trader’s view

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Shawn Hickman, Shaw Stockbroking

Veteran adviser and trader Shawn Hickman shares the strategies he uses and the market positions both he and his clients are taking.

Recorded - Tue 24 June 2014.

Stocks to watch

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Jeremy Hook, TMS Capital

Some companies you may have heard of, others perhaps not. But according to Jeremy Hook of TMS Capital, all have a strong story to tell be it high returns, economic moats or growth markets.

Recorded - Tue 3 June 2014.

Four strong biotechs in 2014

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Stuart Roberts, Baillieu Holst

Australian life science stocks are well regarded but it’s a volatile sector. Biotech analyst Stuart Roberts explains why these four stocks have done well this year.

Recorded - Mon 19 May 2014.

Buying stocks everyone hates

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Simon Marais, Allan Gray Australia

Top turnaround stock ideas and strategies: how this leading contrarian investor picks companies that are badly out of favour - but have big potential upside - and manages the risks.

Recorded - Mon 14 April 2014.

Simple stock selection strategies

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Julia Lee, Bell Direct

Investors tend to over-buy or over-sell which creates opportunities. Julia explains three simple share selection tests and shows us the results of a recent scan for value in the market.

Recorded - Mon 24 March 2014.

Market expensive? Depends how you look at it

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Rudi Filapek-Vandyck, FNArena

PE ratios are a standard measure of whether companies are expensive or cheap. But there are traps. Rudi explains why you shouldn't compare all companies by their PE and he tells us which companies justify high PEs due to their all-weather performance.

Recorded - Wed 12 March 2014.

Rethinking self-managed super

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John Murray, Lonsec

SMSFs - whether you have one or are thinking of setting one up, you should watch this interview. Stockbroker John Murray raises some confronting issues about the suitability of SMSFs for most people, irrespective of how much you have to invest.

Recorded - Tue 18 February 2014.

Reporting season expectations

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Steven Daghlian, CommSec

Will earnings reports delight or disappoint? There have been some earnings surprises recently which makes this reporting season particularly interesting. CommSec share their view on what we can expect. With a positive view on China and the US, Steven Daghlian then focuses on the key sectors of mining, financials, insurance and retail.

Recorded - Fri 31 January 2014.

Top Stocks 2014

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Martin Roth, Author

Tony Featherstone interviews Martin Roth about the twentieth edition his best-selling book - “Top Stocks”. Learn how he chooses companies for the book and which high-profile companies did not make it this year. Tony and Martin also discuss, in some detail, 5 high-performing small and mid-cap companies.

Recorded - Mon 16 December 2013.

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