Investment videos 2017

Ethical investing – our boom sector

Phil Vernon, Australian Ethical

Australian Ethical’s Superannuation fund was the fastest growing fund in Australia last year. Learn what positive and negative screens are and how they are used to achieve investment performance.

Recorded - Fri 27 October 2017.

Richard Murphy, XTBs

In this interview Richard Murphy of XTBs explains how the corporate bond market works, how they can be used to generate stable income and predictable capital returns. He also looks at what the Telstra dividend cut meant for the Telstra bond.

Recorded - Thu 21 September 2017.

Karl Siegling, Cadence Capital

Hope, fear, greed – how do you hold the course during periods of volatility? Karl shares with us how an active fund manager invests through the cycles and explains the dangers of that ‘comfortable feeling’ of holding too much cash.

Recorded - Thu 3 August 2017.

Andrew Macken, CIO Montgomery Global

Andrew shares with us opportunities in the technology sector, with companies that can generate super-normal returns from their advantages in scale, data and network effects.

Recorded - Thu 27 July 2017.

Jeremy Hook, TMS Capital

Jeremy takes us through three picks in his annual review of companies he thinks present value on ASX.

Recorded - Thu 15 June 2017.

Rebecca Pritchard, Wealth Enhancers

How do I start? Do I have enough? Rebecca from Wealth Enhancers helps answer these key questions for Millennials who know they need to invest, but need help getting started.

Recorded - Thu 18 May 2017.

ASX talks to its largest LIC – why is it so popular?

AFIC is the largest LIC by market capitalisation on ASX - why do so many Australian investors choose this company as a place to invest their money? Geoff Driver from AFIC takes us through the pros and cons of the Listed Investment Company structure, why they are popular with SMSFs, self-directed investors and even those looking to get started in the market.

Recorded - Wed 5 April 2017.

Jeff Glosick, Kaplan Professional

Our step by step guide to using the Game to learn about the sharemarket. We cover; how to plan, what to buy and why a league is important to keep you motivated.

Recorded - Fri 10 March 2017.

Michael McCarthy, CMC Markets

Michael explains how he helps clients get the best price on their trade using Centre Point Sweep.

Recorded - Fri 20 January 2017.

Craig James, Commsec

Craig shares his market outlook for 2017

Recorded - Fri 16 December 2016.

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