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  • Money News 01.10.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    October 2, 2019

    Roger joined Ross Greenwood on Money News to discuss the RBA’s decision to cut rates to 0.75 per cent. The reasons given for the cut included global issues and the US/ China trade dispute. So which stocks benefit from falling interest rates?

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  • Money News 24.09.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    September 25, 2019

    In this interview on Money News, Roger and Deborah Knight question whether anecdotal support for an investment case can be a good starting point? A few years ago, Warren Buffett doubled his stake in Apple after he spoke to his great grandchildren and their friends on how to use the IPhone.

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  • Money news 17.09.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    September 19, 2019

    In this interview on Money News, Roger and John Stanley question whether the unicorns are starting to unwind? Low interest rates are good for equities but they don’t seem to be good for companies that have no prospect of making money.

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    ABC Nightlife

    Roger Montgomery
    September 18, 2019

    In this radio program with Philip Clark, Roger discusses the latest shake up – the near 15 per cent increase in oil on Monday. The rise came after two attacks on Saudi Arabian facilities on Saturday knocked out about 5 per cent of global supply. They also discuss interest rates, rate cuts and endless amounts of cash that’s continuing to pour into the tech stocks in the US. Listen here.

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  • Money News 11.09.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    September 11, 2019

    In this interview on Money News, Roger and John Stanley discuss when to start investing in equities or property. Find out why we think the right time is yesterday, and always will be. If you’re looking for long term growth, the companies you want to look at should be demonstrating success in a global market or small Australian businesses.

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  • Money News 03.09.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    September 4, 2019

    In this interview on Money News, Roger and John Stanley question whether retailers are a bit too optimistic about the future. The thematic seen through reporting season seems to be retailers are putting on brave faces with a deteriorating picture through lower foot traffic and less discretionary consumer spending. Although, there are still some companies demonstrating their quality and performed well even in tough conditions.

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  • Money News 27.08.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    August 28, 2019

    In this interview on Money News Roger and Ross discuss the overall results from the reporting season. Even though there have been some disasters, it has been a fairly solid profit reporting season. Where we currently see danger, is the amount of stretched valuations. Will this create more volatility and potential opportunities for the next 12 months?

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  • Money News 20.08.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    August 21, 2019

    In this interview on Money News Roger and Ross discuss some of the recent reporting results. We’ve seen pockets of enthusiasm in some results although it’s important to keep in mind that these results are looking at the past. What does the future hold?

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  • Money News 13.08.2019

    Roger Montgomery
    August 14, 2019

    In this interview on Money News Roger and Ross discuss the current protests in Hong Kong, what will happen if Chinese troops step in? On a domestic note, with a rising population should you be looking for opportunities in the industrials sector?

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    ABC Nightlife: The black swan

    Roger Montgomery
    August 8, 2019

    In this radio program with Philip Clark, Roger discussestensions between the US and China shaking up the global share market and posing a threat to Australian trade and investment with nervous investors wiping off billions in value from shares. What does volatility mean for investors?  Which sectors have had the worst losses? Listen here.

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