On the couch - September
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On the Couch with Henry Jennings and Danielle Ecuyer

This week Henry is on the virtual couch with author and founder of ‘Shareplicity’, Danielle Ecuyer. Danielle has had a long career in broking having worked for some of the big names in investment banks both here in Australia and London. She has recently written a book ‘Shareplicity’ which aims to make share investing as simple as possible. Danielle brings a no-nonsense approach to the business of investing on the stock market and offers some great advice for both beginners and experienced investors alike. We are all learning and all on a journey. It never ends. Investing truly is a work in progress. Click here to go to Danielle’s website and buy her book. Meanwhile – Enjoy!

On the Couch with Henry Jennings and Vlado Bosanac CEO of Myfiziq

Vlado Bosanac the CEO has been kind enough to spend an hour with Henry chatting about the opportunities of this $100m ASX listed company that is starting to make waves. In fact, Vlado is proof of its impact having ‘dechunked’ during CV19 and losing 14kg with the help of the new technology. An unexpected consequence of using the technology. Vlado speaks to us from Perth. He is the CEO at Myfiziq Limited & Body Composition Technologies – Accurate body measurements from your phone. (ASX: MYQ) – Enjoy!

On the Couch with Henry Jennings and Rock Legend Paul Christie from Mondo Rock

You cannot keep a good man down and this weekend in a departure from the usual Financial Education we indulge Henry as he indulges you with a chat on the Couch with Rock Legend Paul Christie from Mondo Rock. I could explain why, what its about and disclaim any advice but there is none, I don’t know why and I suggest you just sit back and you’ll find out what its about – Enjoy!

On the Couch with Henry Jennings and Stockbroker Adam Dawes

After last week’s technology SNAFU and the end of the reporting season Henry is on the virtual couch again with stock broker Adam Dawes from Shaw and Partners talking through reporting season, the winners and losers, their top picks in the small-cap space for the next quarter and what just happened in the technology sector.