You may be convinced you need to invest more offshore, but how do you do it in a way best suited to your particular needs and dilemmas? Discovery Invest presents a podcast series that focuses on how to get it right – from timing it well to asking the right questions and making smart decisions.
Don’t miss out on the world of opportunities that offshore investing has to offer: empower yourself by learning why – and how – global investing done right can help you achieve the financial future you dream of.
#1 Global investing: Start by asking the right questions
“The extent to which you ask the right questions and implement the right solutions will determine the amount of financial freedom you have in your life,” says independent wealth specialist David Joshua. The author of The South African’s Guide to Global Investing joins Bruce Whitfield in Episode 1 to discuss how you can harness the key principles of global investing.
#2 Increasing your global exposure: Get your timing right
“When people decide to invest offshore, they’re often torn about when to make the move.” Time and timing are powerful variables in the world of investing, so in Episode 2, we focus on getting them right. Our guests are Steven Amey, Head of Specialist Invest Services at Discovery, and Lindsay Bateman, Director of Business Development at Brooks MacDonald International.
#3 Global investing dilemmas: Make the right decisions
“A few key decisions when investing offshore can have a significant impact on your returns. Some choices may not weigh as much as you think, while others can come back to bite you!” Talking through some of the most common investing dilemmas is Craig Sher, Head of Research and Development at Discovery Invest and Discovery’s Head of Legal Services, Harry Joffe.
#4 Global investing perspectives to stay on the right track
“One thing’s for sure: there are compelling reasons for the majority of investors to invest more offshore.” To wrap up this series, we turn to industry leaders Kenny Rabson, the CEO of Discovery Invest, and Nazmeera Moola, Head of SA investments at Ninety One for their perspectives on what South Africans should prioritise to get global investing right.