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Jeremy Medlin reviews the stocks that are moving the NZX, ASX and international markets. Listen in each week for a new episode on Friday. Find out more about the podcast by going to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz
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In episode 61 of the Stock Market Movers podcast Jeremy profiles the career of New Zealand’s most successful business person, Graeme Hart. Jeremy uses the presentation that Hart did to Otago University graduates (listed below) as the backdrop for the episode. Find out about Graeme Hart’s achievements and what character traits have made him so successful - https://youtu.be/9y0DvkS3FVs - University Presentationhttps://ourarchive.otago.ac.nz/handle/10523/2817 - University ThesisIf you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
In this weeks episode of the Stock Market Movers podcast Jeremy profiles in detail the move by Kathmandu to acquire Australian surfing and apparel brand Rip Curl.  If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
On this weeks edition of the Stock Market Movers Podcast Jeremy Medlin talks about guidance from two of the NZXs most interesting tech companies, Pushpay and Plexure. We also discuss Fonterra and Moa buying Non Solo Pizza.If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
In Episode 58 of the Stock Market Movers Podcast we talk about Comvita (CVT), Restaurant Brands (RBD), Kathmandu (KMD) and Briscoes (BGP).  But we also talk about the podcasts first ever sponsor.  Calimero is an established Pizza and Pasta takeaway that your host Jeremy Medlin bought last week.  Calimero is known for its high quality and reasonable prices.  Check out Calimero on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CalimeroPizza/You can place an order for pick up by calling 09 575 7787.  If you mention the podcast in the shop you will receive a 10% discount!If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
In Episode 57 of the Stock Market Movers podcast Jeremy starts off with a quick comparison between investing in the Stock and Property Markets.  He then has a rant about Uber Eats and its impact on the takeaway market.  Finally he finishes with a deep dive into Cannasouth and a discussion of their recent announcements.If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
In episode 56 of the Stock Market Movers podcast Jeremy talks about the pending takeover of New Zealand Oil and Gas and discusses the long term mediocrity that they have delivered shareholders.  He also discusses Solution Dynamics and Metlifecare.If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
In Episode 55 of the Stock Market Movers podcast we discuss a range of topics.  Starting with a quick discussion of the trade dispute between China and the United States.  We then discuss Jeremy's trip to Fiji and a brief overview of the South Pacific Stock Exchange based in Fiji.  We break down some of the numbers from the a2 Milk 2019 annual report and finally Jeremy gives his views on insider ownership with the case study example being Rural Funds Group that trades on the ASX under the ticket code RFFIf you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
This is part 2 of my conversation with Andrew Page the managing director and founder of Strawman.com.  In Part 1 we talk about some investing theory and Andrew discusses the right way to think about and deal with falling markets.  In Part 2 we pick up with a conversation about the ASX and breakdown its makeup, then we get right back into discussing some investing theory.What is Strawman?Strawman is Australia’s premier online investment club. Using exclusive research management and networking tools, our community of investors collaborate to deliver independent, accountable and actionable sharemarket research and recommendations.  Find out more about Strawman by going to www.strawman.com If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser. 
This is part 1 of my conversation with Andrew Page the managing director and founder of Strawman.com.  In Part 1 we talk about some investing theory and Andrew discusses the right way to think about and deal with falling markets.  What is Strawman?Strawman is Australia’s premier online investment club. Using exclusive research management and networking tools, our community of investors collaborate to deliver independent, accountable and actionable sharemarket research and recommendations.  Find out more about Strawman by going to www.strawman.com If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser. 
In the latest episode of the Stock Market Movers Podcast Jeremy interviews the CEO of EverEdge.About EverEdge:EverEdge is a global intangible asset advisory, valuation and transaction specialist. Intangible assets account for 87% of company value today. EverEdge helps companies and investors unlock the value of these intangible assets and reduce intangible asset risk by identifying, valuing and monetising intangible assetsAbout Paul Adams:Paul Adams is the CEO of EverEdge, a global advisory and transaction firm specialising in intangible assets. EverEdge helps companies and capital providers convert intangible assets (such as data, design, inventions, brands, software and content) into business impact: increased margins, market share and enterprise value.   Paul has been ranked as one of the top intellectual property strategists in the world for the last seven years consecutively, and was the recipient of the Global IP Leader Award in 2012.  Prior to EverEdge, Paul served as Intellectual Property Manager for the New York Stock Exchange listed Brunswick New Technologies. He was the founding incubator manager of The Icehouse Incubator, named one of the top 10 technology incubators in the world by Forbes magazine. He has served on the advisory board of the New Zealand government’s commercialisation vehicle Callaghan Innovation and on the Board of Lewis Holdings, a $350M private investment vehicle.If you want to find out more information about the podcast go to www.stockmarketmovers.co.nz, make sure that you also check out the blog posts. Disclaimer: As always, nothing that is discussed in the podcast is financial advice. If you are looking for financial advice please contact an authorised financial adviser.
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