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.
Learning from bygone investment luminaries creates a solid foundation
Get rid of debt and, after your bond is paid, invest and save that amount: Abdul Davids – Camissa Asset Management.
'Start investing early, don't be scared to do the hard work'
Charl de Villiers from Ashburton Investments talks about his 'roundabout journey' from initially studying engineering to becoming an investment professional.
‘Huge gap’ for retail investors to get on JSE – Makwe Masilela
The founder and CIO of Makwe Fund Managers shares his insights into investing and lessons gleaned over the years, remarking that ‘you don’t need to be an investment professional to invest’.
'Steinhoff really shook me'
Nkareng Siwale, MD and founder of RainDance Asset Management, on her journey to becoming an investment professional, and the lessons learned along the way.
Jacques Conradie explores the power of emotions in investment choices
‘One simple rule of thumb is to always consider whether you should be doing the exact opposite of what you feel like doing.’
Asief Mohamed's investment journey: The good, the bad, and the best
Two initial personal heavy investment losses failed to deter Aeon founder and CIO from a career in managing other people's money.
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