It’s one thing to be searching for the next Afterpay, but the next Amazon or Google presents an even greater opportunity. So what differentiates a company that has the potential to dominate its market?
In this podcast, nabtrade interviews Hyperion Asset Management’s Chair Tim Samway on the key characteristics of a future winner, sectors and industries ripe for disruption, why 70% of Australia’s sharemarket is dominated by old world companies, and why Tesla is their biggest share holding.
Mark Arnold and Jason Orthman regularly host these investor sessions so keep an eye on your inbox for the next invitation. In the meantime you can read more insights from Mark and Jason in the savvy investors section of the website.
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