Meet your hosts
Alec RenehanAlec developed an interest in investing after realising he was spending all that he was earning. Investing became his form of 'forced saving'. While his first investment, Slater and Gordon (SGH), was a resounding failure, he learnt a lot from that experience. He hopes to share those lessons amongst others through the podcast and help people realise that if he can make money investing, anyone can.
Bryce LeskeBryce has had an interest in the stock market since his parents encouraged him to save 50c a fortnight from the age of 5. Once he had saved $500 he bought his first stock - BKI - a Listed Investment Company (LIC), and since then hasn't stopped. He hopes that Equity Mates can help make investing understandable and accessible. He loves the Essendon Football Club, and lives in Sydney.
Three fundamental rules of investing with Kyle Macintyre | ASX WeekThe theme of this episode is “Three Fundamental Rules Of Investing”withKyle Macintyre. Kyle is investment director at Firetrail Investments - the high conviction investment experts. In his presentation, he used QANTAS as a case study to explain his three fundamental rules, so we asked him to re-tread this path with us.
Fidelity's 6 favourite emerging market stocks with Anthony Doyle | ASX WeekAn epic episode, as Anthony walks us through the current context of the global economy, long term trends in emerging markets & the structural case for emerging markets for the long run, characteristics of emerging market stock market and finally, some of Anthony’s preferred companies in emerging markets.
4 megatrends that will define the coming decades with Kanish Chugh | ASX WeekKanish Chugh is the head of distribution at ETF securities and talked about how to define a megatrend, what exactly is thematic investing, using this in your own portfolio, and then went into detail with examples of thematic exposure.
7 highly disruptive stocks with Alex Pollak | ASX WeekThe theme of this episode is ‘Investing In Global Markets’ and we’re joined by CIO of Loftus Peak, Alex Pollak. Alex has 25 years experience specialising in investing in disruptive business models, and is now a Director of Loftus Peak and heads one of the best-performing teams in disruptive investment in Australia.
Buy, hold or sell with Adam Dawes | ASX WeekWe’re joined by Adam Dawes, Senior Investment Advisor of Shaw & Partners, who held a buy, hold and sell session for ASX Investor Day attendees. We wanted to replicate this session on the podcast, so we reached out to the Equity Mates community in the Equity Mates Facebook Discussion Group and they gave us a huge list of stocks to talk about. This is an epic episode, so we hope you enjoy it.