ASX Investor Update Podcast
Four strong biotechs in 2014
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.
It's not just about yield
Matthew Olsen, van Eyk Research - Is there a distinction between good and bad dividends? Learn more in this detailed interview between Matthew Olsen of van Eyk Research and Tony Hunter of Investor Education, ASX.
Stocks for your stocking
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.
How to preserve capital and profit from the sharemarket
Dale Gilham, Wealth Within - Fund manager Dale Gilham would rather be locked in a room with his charts than listen to the financial news. In this month's presentation he explains his simple and practical strategies for when to buy and when to sell.
Stocks and strategies for 2012
Julia Lee, Bell Direct - Different stocks behave differently when the market is in different stages of the cycle. So what stage of the cycle and what stocks are likely to benefit? In a typically clear and engaging presentation Julia Lee argues that we...
How to compound your wealth
Scott Pape and Michael Kemp - If you know little about the benefits of compounding in boosting your returns this is a great presentation. Scott Pape and Michael Kemp go back to the basics and provide real life practical examples of how compounding can...
Roger Montgomery, Skaffold - Whether you invest on the basis of fundamentals or technical analysis Roger Montgomery argues that your buying and selling decisions should always be made in the light of your valuation of the company. At Sydney Investor...
Price vs value - best focus on the latter
Mike Hawkins, Evans and Partners - Mike Hawkins had some forceful things to say in this stimulating presentation. Economies don't matter - companies do. The world continued without Japan, it can continue without Europe. American equities will be at an...
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