Investment talks 2013
View presentations from industry experts on issues related to sharemarket investing
These presentations are suitable for people of all ages and across all levels of investor experience.
Below you will find audio, video and slides from ASX 2013 events.
Kevin Lewis, Chief Compliance Officer, ASX
Continuous disclosure, trading halts and speeding tickets. It may seem like another language but it is all about making sure that listed companies release information to the market promptly.
Recorded - Tue 7 May 2013.
Stuart Roberts, Bell Potter
Demand for biotechs continues to grow and Australian commerce is catching up with our scientific expertise. Industry expert Stuart Roberts explains the biotech sector, provides two interesting case studies and gives some tips on what you should do when evaluating biotech companies.
Recorded - Thu 28 March 2013.
Julia Lee, Bell Direct
“Buy low, sell high”, sounds easy doesn’t it? Julia Lee explains how our emotions can hijack our investment decisions. Learn how to match the right strategy to the right stage of the market cycle.
Recorded - Thu 28 March 2013.
Alan Hull, educator
Popular and well regarded investment educator Alan Hull gives us some theory and practical advice. Alan talks to an audience about classic market cycles, the depression, the bear market of the seventies and the '87 crash. He argues that the pattern of these cycles is fairly predictable and that we can use this knowledge to assist in our investing strategy. Alan then has a look at the current markets giving us his view on the likely short-term trends.
Recorded - Tue 5 March 2013.
Steven Wright, RBS Morgans
Australians love their shares but investing in bonds has never been a big part of their portfolios. The new Exchange-traded Australian Government Bond market makes investing in bonds as easy as buying and selling shares. Director of fixed interest at RBS Morgans, Steven Wright explains how AGBs work and some of the things you need to look out for.
Recorded - Wed 20 February 2013.
Damian Moran, JBWere
Damian Moran explains the difference between strategic and tactical asset as well as JBWere's four models for client asset allocation strategies. He may surprise you on which were the best performing assets in recent times and concludes with JBWere's view on the outlook for asset classes for 2013 and their preferred tactical tilt.
Recorded - Tue 5 February 2013.
Roger Montgomery and Michael Glennon
What makes a successful value investor? Can value investors get it wrong? Tony Hunter of ASX explores these questions with fund managers and value investors Roger Montgomery of Montgomery Investment Management and Michael Glennon of Glennon Capital.
Recorded - Thu 3 January 2013.
Janu Chan, St George Bank
What are they key themes for the global economy in 2013? Tony Hunter from ASX, talks to Janu Chan about the debt in USA, the debt in Europe and China’s growth prospects. Closer to home, the yield curve is showing some signs of a slowdown however there are positive signs for our sharemarket.
Recorded - Mon 17 December 2012.
Juliana Roadley, CommSec
What is the Santa Claus effect? What is the outlook for commodity prices and how might the next Federal election affect next year’s market? Juliana Roadley talks about these things as well as discussing 6 stocks that CommSec believe will be good stocks for your Christmas stocking.
Recorded - Thu 13 December 2012.
Nerida Cole, Dixon Advisory
By the end of Nerida Cole's presentation you should have a good idea of whether you would like to set up an SMSF, how to go about setting one up and what you need to be careful about.
Recorded - Tue 4 December 2012.
Jeremy Hook, TMS Capital
As a regular presenter, Jeremy reflects on his track record of stock reviews. In this session he also introduces a couple of interesting mid-cap stocks for you to research this festive season.
Recorded - Fri 23 November 2012.
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