Videos: Fund Manager Q&A’s

Australian Equities Video update June 2017


Martin Conlon

Martin Conlon

Head of Australian Equities

Martin Conlon, Schroders' Head of Australian Equities, keeps it real by sticking to the fundamental factors underpinning a business’ future cash flows and what the reasonable price is to pay for those future cash flows.
In the following videos Martin shares his views on what you need to know and why.

Video 1: Martin discusses the impact interest rates have on the Australian equity market

Video 2: Martin gives his views on financial stability and the impact it has on the stock market

Video 3: Martin examines the Resource sector and why we remain favourable to the sector

Video 4: Listen to Martin’s tips for investing

Video 5: Martin shares what to consider when comparing passive and active investing

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