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The one thing all good businesses have

Ben Rundle

In this podcast, Andrew Pridham, CEO of Moelis Australia tells us: "The one thing that all good businesses have is good people, a really clear vision of what they want to achieve and they are not worried by short-term volatility. They have a plan and they stick to it." Show More

Fresh ideas from Future Generation

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This week on The Rules of Investing podcast, we've got a special episode featuring three guests from Future Generation (ASX:FGX & ASX:FGG). The Future Generation companies are set up to provide charities with an annual stream of donations, while providing shareholders with exposure to the best fund managers - free... Show More

The Rules of Investing: What makes a good business?

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After a chance meeting with legendary stock picker, David Paradice, today’s guest, Kevin Beck, joined Paradice Investment Management to head up their successful Global Small Mid Cap Fund in 2010. Shunning the traditional labels of ‘value’ and ‘growth’, their approach follows the ‘Growth at a Reasonable Price’ philosophy that draws... Show More

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The Rules of Investing: The virus that affects all assets

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When a young Charlie Jamieson arrived at work in London on September 11th, 2001, little did he know how much that day would affect his views on markets. At the time, he was trading US Dollar bonds from Merrill Lynch’s London office, having just left the New York office three... Show More

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The Rules of Investing: How Alex Waislitz uncovers hidden gems

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In the ‘go-go 80s’, a young Alex Waislitz worked for the legendary Australian entrepreneur, Robert Holmes á Court. Holmes á Court was Australia’s first billionaire, though he lost much of his fortune in the ’87 crash – a valuable lesson for the young Waislitz. Some 30 years later, Waislitz has... Show More

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The Rules of Investing: Is value dead?

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When Warren Buffett first started buying businesses with ‘moats’ in the 80s, such as Coca Cola, his disciples thought he was crazy. More than 30 years later, buying businesses with a moat is accepted wisdom. Morningstar even offers a 'moat rating' on thousands of stocks from around the world. Show More

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