Join Judith and Rosemary as they peel back the veil and share their guiding principles and experiences from careers spanning multiple decades in the finance industry as investment fund managers. In this first part of a six-part series, Judith, and Rosemary share how they got started in finance and some of their experiences as women in finance.This was a real insight into two seasoned fund managers and what it was like for them in their early careers during the late 80s and early 90s.
The Fund Your Retirement
The Fund Your Retirement podcast is designed to inspire you and educate you on funding your retirement. We will be sharing the best strategies, skills, tips and resources to grow your wealth. Lee will introduce you to highly successful investors, traders, entrepreneurs and experts who are passionate about sharing financial intelligence and solutions for income and capital growth.
Graham Neary is a full-time private investor, and an investment analyst for Stockopedia writing the Small Cap Value Report along with Paul Scott. Graham is also the founder of the Investors Institute where he helps private investors navigate the markets and upgrade their investing IQ. Graham began his career on the sell-side as a fixed-income analyst, before moving into the buy-side as an equity portfolio manager.
FYR073 | 303% Return vs FTSE All share of 125%, Dividends, Stop Losses & Getting Started with John Rosier
John Rosier is a former city fund manager turned esteemed financial writer who runs the model portfolio. The JIC Portfolio which John started in 2012 has returned 303% vs, the FTSE all share of 125% over the same period. During this episode, John shares his investment approach and the value of keeping a detailed investment diary. John discusses the importance of dividends, which have grown from £2,000 a year to a projected £29,000. Finally, John shares what he would say to those who are just getting started.
Rosemary Banyard is an award-winning fund manager specialising in UK medium and smaller companies with over 30 years of experience in understanding business models, industry structures, barriers to entry, and risks, on both the buy and sell side. Rosemary talks about her investing journey and how it has evolved over the years from investing in quality businesses to sharing some of her best investments, and some not so good. Rosemary shares her guiding principles, Investor red flags to look out for in company accounts and of course much, much more.
Neil was a fantastic guest sharing many valuable insights that would benefit the experienced investor and the new investor. During this conversation, Neil shares the macro view of the UK stock market, including insights from Neil’s extensive network of fund managers. Neil Shah is the director of research at Edison Group, an investment research and advisory company with over 80 investment analysts spanning the globe.
Mark Bentley has been a full-time stock market investor since 2004, having pursued investing as a rewarding hobby for 20 years previously. Some of the stand-out talking points were Mark shares in detail some of his best investments and how he came across them. Some of Mark’s worst investments and what he learnt from them. Two stocks Mark has high hopes for today and the reasons why and why does 60% of Mark’s portfolio consist of investment companies?
Chris shares some of his best investments in the last 20 years, which he still holds to this day, and weaved throughout the conversation a handful of companies he has high hopes for presently. Chris Boxall is the co-founder, and the director of Fundamental Asset Management with primary responsibility for equity research and management of client portfolios, including the high-performing AIM portfolio services. Chris specialises in UK small-cap investing with over 20 years of experience operating in this area as a fund manager and as a private investor.
Bruce Packard talks about the advantages amateur investors have over professionals and how he believes amateurs can outperform most Professional fund managers, he talks about his top five holdings, his latest current high-conviction positions, his biggest investing mistakes, and much more. Bruce regularly writes for share pad, money week and his blog site Bruce Packard.com.