Buy Hold Sell: Stocks for a stormy market

Buy Hold Sell

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It's been a dream run for equities recently, with indices steadily floating higher. This week, however, volatility returned and investors got a sniff of reality. With this in mind, we’ve asked our panel to focus on stocks that possess strong defensive characteristics.

The companies covered have predictable, annuity style earnings and in many cases are insensitive to economic cycles. We also ask each panelist to share their best defensive idea. While it's impossible to predict when markets will take a tumble at some stage you’ve got to be able to play defense.

Tune in as Matthew Kidman from Centennial Funds hosts Ben Mcgarry from Totus Capital and Rhett Kessler from Pengana in the latest exclusive brought to you by Livewire.

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