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Inside Investing, Podcast Episode #2

Welcome to the second episode of Inside Investing.

Each week, James Marlay, co founder of Livewire Markets, and I will take you inside the investing world we experience each week. We will discuss interesting conversations or conferences we have enjoyed, highlight insightful articles from both our newsletters, and share some quirky moments in the markets.

This week, Inside Investing revisits an article by Paul Keating looking at challenges for retirement planning, highlights an optimistic fund manager and checks risks investing in long duration bonds. We review the numbers behind A2 Milk’s surging share price and we highlight two quirky money stories. Tune in!

Livewire Markets 

The content on Livewire complements Cuffelinks as it has a greater focus on stock picking, often sharing the ideas of prominent fund managers in an entertaining video format. Livewire publishes each day and for those of you managing your own portfolios, it can give new investment ideas and thoughts to start the day. For Cuffelinks readers not familiar with Livewire, I recommend visiting their website and registering for the daily newsletter.

Please click on the podcast below, and links to the articles are listed under the podcast. All Inside Investing podcasts are available on iTunes here.

Links to articles mentioned

How fixed interest is undergoing profound change

Paul Keating on living longer and superannuation

Three crucial mistakes about life expectancy

Can a2 Milk's earnings match the hype?

 

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