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FYR065 Investing for Dividend Growth with Roland Head
Roland Head is a UK equity income analyst with a particular focus on investing for dividend growth. Roland is here to talk about his investment approach and some of the lessons he has learnt over the many years as a private investor and shares one of the strongest convictions in his portfolio.
Roland has been investing since 2007 and is an experienced investment writer and analyst writing for Stockopedia since 2015, and regularly contributes to Investors Champion and the Motley Fool as well as many other well-known investor websites.
0:00 to 0:50 Introduction.
0:51 to 2:38 The catalyst that inspired Roland Head to start his investing journey in 2007.
2:39 to 3:59 Roland’s investing style and strategy.
4:00 to 5:25 Why Roland focuses on dividend income.
5:26 to 9:29 What metrics does Roland focus on when investing in a company?
9:30 to 18:18 How does Roland find these winning companies?
18:19 to 21:15 Roland’s lessons from many years of being a private investor.
21:16 to 24:52 How Roland is managing his portfolio given the current economic situation.
24:53 28:40 Ronald’s view on AGMs, management and using data for his investment approach.
28:41 to 32:06 How does Roland know it’s time to sell or re-balance his portfolio?
33:00 to 36:00 Roland Heads biggest investing mistake and what you can learn from it?
36:01 37:43 How Roland manages the media and the latest media narrative.
37:45 to 39:00 Roland’s mentors when he started out investing and today.
39:01 to 40:18 Closing thoughts and wrap up.
Hope you enjoy this episode and have a wonderful day.
The FYR Team
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Disclaimer: This presentation is for educational purposes only. All opinions and information are for demonstrational purposes and do not constitute investment advice. Trading and investing carries a high level of risk and are not right for everyone. If you need financial advice, consult with a regulated financial adviser in your country before making any decisions.