Bonus Episode: Welcome to The Equity Investor Journey
I've partnered with the Australian Shareholders' Association to create a new podcast - The Equity Investor Journey. Here's an episode that I think you will enjoy by way of introduction. The ASA is a fantastic organisation that lobbies for the interests of shareholders as well as providing a wealth of investing education.
This episode features Steve Mabb, a successful businessman turned full-time investor and now an ASA company monitor. In this episode he talks about how he uses ASX-listed ETFs to gain exposure to companies that aren’t listed directly on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Our stock market is currently dominated by miners and banks. Great companies for sure — but unlikely to exceed the pace of growth of some of the “new economy” companies listed overseas in the years and decades ahead. As an Australian investor who wants exposure to international technology and real diversification, Steve describes the ETFs that he has invested in to widen his international exposure.
Here's a link to the blog post for this episode with some more insights into the ETFs that we discussed - https://www.sharesforbeginners.com/blog/equity and here's a link to The Equity Investor Journey Podcast - https://www.australianshareholders.com.au/podcasts
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