Be a Better Investor

MONEYWEB RADIO  |  Podcast , ±17 min episodes every 2 weeks, 4 days  | 
Moneyweb editor Ryk van Niekerk hosts the weekly 'Be a Better Investor' podcast to give both amateur and established retail investors a peek at how professional investors invest.
He chats to professional investors about their experiences in selecting potential investments, as well as how successful these processes have been. They discuss their biggest hits and misses and other topics, which may offer a few golden nuggets for listeners ... to become better investors.

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Simon Brown: Where it began ...

MoneywebNOW's host is the interviewee in this episode of Be a Better Investor. He explains when his love for investing started and how he picks his top stocks.

'Treat your investments like relationships'

‘The more you read, each day you are learning a little more – and I think it's very important to do that kind of reading. You learn about companies as well’: Investment rockstar David Shapiro – deputy chair, Sasfin.

Dr Michael Jordaan steps out of the shadows

‘If you had to ask me to give one word of advice to all investors, it would be diversification...The worst thing that a tiny investor could do is put all their savings into just one counter’: Dr Michael Jordaan, former FNB CEO.

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