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Launch of the 'Wealth of Experience' podcast

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 1 of our new fortnightly podcast, Wealth of Experiencewith Peter Warnes.

Between the two of us, we have spent 99 years in financial markets. Peter started in stockbroking in 1968 and I started in banking in 1976. We considered the name '99 and Counting' for the podcast, but went with 'Wealth of Experience' as we hope to build your wealth through our experience. Our 99 years clearly differentiates us from the 'finfluencers' who have been around for five minutes. 

Peter is already well-known to many Firstlinks readers, as Head of Equities Research at Morningstar and Editor of Your Money Weekly. He originally joined Aspect Huntley as Head of Research in 1992 which was acquired by Morningstar in 2006, giving him 30 years in the Morningstar stable. He is widely quoted in the media for his stock calls and deep market analysis.

Peter and I will analyse, explain and have some fun talking about financial markets, stocks, products, trends and government policies. Each episode will cover highlights in both Firstlinks and Your Money Weekly, and in future we will invite guests from the market.  

The podcast is available via our dedicated website page, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and BuzzSprout.

Please share with friends and colleagues, and a favourable rating would also help spread the word. We also welcome questions and suggestions for upcoming episodes at firstlinks@morningstar.com.

Grab a cuppa and settle in for our chat.

 

Graham Hand

Managing Editor, Firstlinks

 

19 Comments
Lloyd
June 29, 2021

Thank you, excellent insights, looking forward to the next edition.

Stephen
June 29, 2021

Very relevant and easy to understand .

oliver
June 28, 2021

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Graham Hand
June 28, 2021

Hi Oliver, it's on https://www.buzzsprout.com/1803095

robert worrrall
June 28, 2021

good work, interesting, clear

Rod
June 28, 2021

Peter and Graham.

Excellent !

Regards, Rod.

Ken
June 28, 2021

Great podcast very well presented and extremely relevant to most investors.

Dieter
June 27, 2021

Thank you. Good return on investment of 29 min.
Dieter

Andy G
June 26, 2021

Nice work! Just FYI your definition of cap rate is close but not quite right. It’s actually the market rent of the property divided by the valuation. Not the passing rent (as was noted in the podcast).

An adviser with many grey hairs
June 26, 2021

Great podcast. At a time when older financial advisers are exiting the industry on mass, this is very timely. Looking forward to more of your productions.

Live on
June 26, 2021

Loved it! 5 stars. As always with PW, down to earth, well informed advice.

Tony
June 25, 2021

Enjoyed your first episode. Looking forward to more.
One devoted to “asset allocation for the prudent SMSF trustee” would be well received.
Regards,
Tony

Vic
June 24, 2021

Graham/Peter

Excellent podcast. There is no substitute for experience. Looking forward to the next one.

Cheers
Vic

Keith
June 24, 2021

Peter, Most enjoyed your podcast this morning with Graham Hand. I am with you re inflation it will hit all the millenial share traders who have never had to experience it in the past
Cheers Keith

Doug Wright
June 24, 2021

An excellent podcast. Looking forward to both your updates on a regular basis.
Regards,
Doug

John Mcintosh
June 24, 2021

My wife and I enjoyed your podcast and found the 99 years of experience very informative.
We are retired and have a SMSF and have an investment adviser with a national company that we are not happy with, there performance was mediocre at best.
Regards,
John.

Michael
June 24, 2021

I've always found the 'combined experience' calculation a bit dubious. Does it have any legitimacy if it means that KFC staff combined have over 805 trillion years in cooking (or maybe food preparation service) experience?

Ravi
June 24, 2021

Hi Peter,

I enjoyed Graham’s and your podcast. Well done!

Regards,
Ravi

Peter
June 24, 2021

Graham

I enjoyed the podcast and found the 99 years of experience very valuable.

Cheers

Peter

 

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