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Marcus Padley - About - Australian Columnist / finance writer

Marcus padley is a  australian finance columnist  and writer

After covering  one of my favorite  finance columnists David Haselhurst in this article   David Haselhurst has joined money magazine  on  Australian Stock Watch  i decided to do a write up on Marcus padley  who is also a  splendid finance writer  who writes a good yarn on finance  with his  own take on  aussie life blended in pretty well.

Marcus Padley has his own official  website  linked below

Marcus Today – Australian Stock Market & Investing Newsletter ...

Catch Marcus Padley. ABC TV's Inside Business - Sunday 10am View archive; ABC TV's Lateline - Tuesday 11:00pm View archive; The Age Newspaper - Melbourne, ...
www.marcustoday.com.au

A fine example of Markus  Writing skills for finance so nicely blended with daily aussie life 

  HERE "

Making money, losing money. All valuable experience "

Marcus is a stockbroker and has been advising institutional clients and a private client base for over 25 years.

Marcus is the “expert analyst” on ABC TV’s Inside Business program at 10am on Sunday mornings, as well as Lateline Business at around 11pm on Tuesday nights. He also features periodically on ABC Radio, Lateline, Sky News, 3AW and in the regular business press. 

Columnist Marcus Padley

Marcus Padley

 

Marcus Padley

 

Born a Yorkshireman he emigrated to Melbourne in 1994 as the souvenir of his Australian wife Emma's visit to London. He is 43 with three daughters and (finally) a son.

Marcus was advising institutional fund managers for sixteen years. Now as a proper authority holder at a licensed securities dealer (broker) he advises private clients from the "front line" - a dealing desk.

For the past nine years he has produced a Daily Newsletter for his clients. The newsletter is now read by thousands of subscribers and clients. It is the only publication offering the inside track on the stock market every day on the day. "Today".

Marcus used to write the newsletter exclusively for his clients. This Newsletter called “MARCUS TODAY” is now available to everyone.

Marcus also writes:

  • The Lookout column for the The Age on Saturday
  • The Daily Market Report for the Crikey.com daily newsletter
  • The Midday Market Report for Alan Kohler’s Eureka market report
  • Weekly column for the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday
  • Weekly column for the WA Business News on Thursday

 

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 David Haselhurst has joined money magazine

 

  

 

You can catch Marcus padley on these links too

Catch Marcus Padley

  • ABC TV's Inside Business - Sunday 10am View archive
  • ABC TV's Lateline - Tuesday 11:00pm View archive
  • The Age Newspaper - Melbourne, Saturday
  • WA News - Perth, Wednesday and Friday
  • Sydney Morning Herald - Sydney, Saturday
  • Yahoo! Personal Finance columnist

 

 

More australian finance blog writers

Finance Blog writers

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Justin Bown, Stern Stewart;
Michael Delaney, MTAA Superannuation Fund;
Jeremy Duffield, Vanguard Investments;
Peter Hall, Hunter Hall;
Anthony Starkins, First Samuel;
John Bugg, Small Equities, Macquarie Bank;
Roger Montgomery, Clime Capital;
Mark Delaney, Australian Super;
Don Williams, Platypus;
Kerr Neilson, Platinum;
Han Lee, Prime Value;
Peter Doherty, Capital Partners; and
David Haselhurst, The Bulletin.


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"The Warren Buffet Way". Many of you have read the book. It's the bible. It lays down the proven principles of successful long term investment.

When I first spoke to my brother-in-law about looking after his investments he told me he wanted to invest "The Warren Buffet Way".

"The Warren Buffet Way". Many of you have read the book. It's the bible. It lays down the proven principles of successful long term investment. Lets face it, you're not really a serious Mum and Dad investor unless you've read it. So let's look at the Warren Buffet Way. The core disciplines. Here they are:

* Go out into the world and identify value.
* Go into the market and acquire that value at a below value price.
* Hold on until that value is realised.

Wow. Impressive stuff. But let me tell you one thing about the Warren Buffet Way.

Its bollocks.  read more here Bollocks

 

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Bollocks

Apr 01 01:26pm

When I first spoke to my brother-in-law about looking after his investments he told me he wanted to invest "The Warren Buffet Way". "The Warren Buffet Way". Many of you have read the book. It's the bible. It lays down the

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Smack Down

Mar 20 10:50am

The traditional hedge funds work like this. You put up $20. Your hedge fund manager uses it to borrow $100 worth of stock (by putting up 20% of collateral). He then sells the stock. Now he uses the $100 he just raised to buy another stock. Net

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To be a Better Man

Mar 13 09:56am

The average home loan commitment for owner occupied dwellings in Australia is $240,300. That doesn't sound too scary but consider the possibility that you actually had to pay that off. That's a lot of cold hard cash to find that after tax. It

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Alloy Wheels - Dressed to Impress

Mar 05 01:03pm

Send a Martian to earth to make some objective observations and there are a few things he will simply not understand. On top of supreme beings picking up after dogs the next on the list would surely be alloy wheels. What's going on there? Not

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Alpha Male

Feb 22 10:08am

When you get older your parents become a bit like fish. They're great for a meal, OK for a day, but if they hang around much longer than that they go off. So it is with my Dad. As a father myself I can't imagine my kids thinking I've gone

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