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Unpacking the findings of the SMSF Trading Trends Report

Marcus Evans CommSec

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Marcus Evans, CBA’s head of SMSF customers, speaks with host David Stratford about the results of the latest CommSec SMSF Trading Trends Report and evaluates the happenings of “a tough six-month period” on the stock market. 

Marcus will reveal how the report is generated, what fundamentals are analysed and compared, and how judgments and hypotheses are reached. He will also discuss some of the changes that have been observed surrounding particular stock popularity and performance, and address how growth in the ETF education sector may have impacted the SMSF market. 

Finally, Marcus will reflect on how a declining property sector has impacted the stock market, why any investment should always come back to the fundamentals, and how you can find out more about the CommSec SMSF Trading Trends Report.

You can source a copy of the report from https://bit.ly/2Cehlz8

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Thanks Marcus, for sharing your insights with the Nest Egg podcast team!

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Unpacking the findings of the SMSF Trading Trends Report
Marcus Evans CommSec
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