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You're In Good Company

The expert curated portfolio: a check-in on our watchlist

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Throughout season one, we had our guests pick a stock, ETF, news trend, industry or anything of interest to them, to add to the YIGC Watchlist! The purpose of this was to get us thinking outside the box and broaden our perspective on what we can invest in. Last season we covered topics from car cooling technology, to the Amazon of Russia, to companies tackling climate change. Today, we build up a ‘pretend’ portfolio where we invest $1,000 (monopoly money) into the stocks and themes that each expert picked and discuss the background behind movement in the share price over the past 6 months. We end up with a very well diversified portfolio that is tracking nicely… can you guess the returns so far? Listen to find out!


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