On the Couch with Julian McCormack – Platinum Asset Management
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Welcome to another episode of On the Couch from Marcus Today. And in this episode Henry Jennings is talking with Julian McCormack from Platinum Asset Management.
In this podcast, Julian and Henry talk about the outlook for global markets as we head towards a recession and a continuing realignment of asset prices. How bad will it get and what investors can do to protect themselves in these troubled times.
Julian joined Platinum Asset Management in 2001 as an investment analyst, but then left in 2002 to travel the world. Upon returning he spent eight years working in metals and mining equity research and investment banking at Credit Suisse before founding a company in minerals exploration.
Julian re-joined Platinum Asset Management in 2014 as an investment specialist and works to help clients stay informed, as well as working with the basic industries analytical team.
More about the author – Henry Jennings
Henry Jennings, Senior Market Analyst and Media Commentator atMarcus Today Stock Market Newsletter, has been involved in financial markets since the 80s in London before emigrating to Australia. He first joined Deutsche Bank and then Macquarie Bank as Head of Equity Trading in Sydney. Since leaving Macquarie, Henry has been both an institutional and private client adviser. For the last seven years, Henry has been writing strategy and insights daily and is a frequent media commentator on all things finance on ABC TV and Radio, SBS and Ausbiz. He also hosts a series of podcasts talking to industry experts and the popular live Ask the Analyst session for Marcus Today.
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