Which are the best five shares in the world? Are they giant brand names like Facebook, Amazon, BP, Unilever or Tencent? Or are they likely to be smaller companies operating under the radar in the likes of India, South Korea or even Japan?
Is the best company in the world the same as the best share in the world? Would you pick Skechers (the second largest athletic footwear brand in the US) over Nike for instance? How on earth does one begin to quantify what the best share in the world should look like? Is the best share a mature company and fabulous dividend payer, or is it a fast growing company that reinvests its profits in growth? Perhaps the best shares are companies that are dominant in their markets and enjoy pricing power. Perhaps they are invested in fast growing markets.
Even once the investment criteria have been identified, how does one cover the entire global investment universe?
Perhaps this is an impossible task.
Join Moneyweb and the investment team from Anchor Capital as they debate what they believe are the best five shares in the world and why. Registered participants will be invited to pose questions to the panel.
Host: Hanna Barry – Moneyweb
- Peter Armitage – CEO, Anchor Capital
- Sean Ashton – CIO and fund manager, Anchor Capital
- Nick Dennis – founder, Southridge Global Capital & fund manager – Global Equities, Anchor Capital
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
- When: Tuesday December 8 at 13:00
- Where: To register, click on this link
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