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Henry Jennings on how to play this market

Persistently high inflation, decade high oil prices and the threat of rising interest rates are making investors nervous. But what if we’ve seen all these factors before, and it’s possible to imagine who might win and lose in the coming year?

Persistently high inflation, decade high oil prices and the threat of rising interest rates are making investors nervous. But what if we’ve seen all these factors before, and it’s possible to imagine who might win and lose in the coming year?

Veteran stockpicker Henry Jennings from Marcus Today shares his thoughts on:

  • Which sectors have strong tailwinds in the current environment
  • The milestones to look for when picking a potential mining multibagger
  • What to avoid in a high interest rate environment, and 
  • How he learned to trade in the ‘pit’ and what lessons can be learnt for today’s market.

You can access this and previous episodes of the Your Wealth podcast now on iTunesPodbeanSpotify or at nabtrade.com.au/yourwealth

If you’re short on time, consider listening at 1.5-2x speed, which should be shown on the screen of your device as you listen. This won’t just reduce your listening time; it has also been shown to improve knowledge retention.

 

    


About the Author
Gemma Dale , nabtrade

Gemma Dale is Director of SMSF and Investor Behaviour at nabtrade. She is the host of the Your Wealth podcast, a fortnightly podcast for investors, featuring insights and updates from markets and finance experts across a range of topics. She provides regular market and finance commentary on ausbiz and in other media including AFR, the Australian, ABC and commercial tv and radio. Gemma was previously the Head of SMSF Solutions for nab, and the Head of Technical Services for MLC, where she led a team of specialists providing advice to advisers and their clients on SMSF, super, tax, social security and aged care.