Three rules of investing with Morphic Asset Management

Wilson Asset Management

Wilson Asset Management

Chad Slater, joint CIO of Morphic Asset Management, shares three rules of investing that he says help him achieve better results as an investor. “The three I have chosen are actually from a world series poker champion called Puggy Pearson. There a little bit different and not your average Warren Buffett ones.” Slater’s three rules are 1) 'Know the right side of a 60:40 bet' - a subtle difference can make a big impact over the long term 2) ‘Know thyself’ - in essence understand your strengths as an investor 3) ‘Money Management’ – a less talked about nuance that can see investors amplify the returns on their successful investments. In the full video Chad expands on these rules of investing and explains why he chose to be involved in Future Generation Global Company (FGG) (VIEW LINK) . FGG is Australia’s first internationally focused list investment company (LIC) with the dual objectives of providing shareholders with diversified exposure to selected global fund managers and changing the lives of young Australians affected by mental illness. Click the image below to watch the video

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Wilson Asset Management

Wilson Asset Management has a track record of making a difference for shareholders and the community for more than 20 years. As the investment manager for eight leading LICs – WAM Capital (ASX: WAM), WAM Leaders (ASX: WLE), WAM Global (ASX: WGB),...

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