What’s on at Eureka Report this week

Don’t miss prominent investor and Thorney Opportunities chairman Alex Waislitz, while Milton Corporation managing director Frank Gooch will take your questions.

At Eureka Report we’re always keen for prominent investors to share their secrets. So this week we’re looking forward to having Thorney Opportunities chairman and billionaire investor Alex Waislitz in the studio with our listed investment company expert Mitchell Sneddon on Wednesday (September 16) at 12pm.

Waislitz is known for being an activist investor, as well as for turning a million of his late father-in-law Richard Pratt’s dollars into a billion, as Eureka Report editor-in-chief and Thorney Opportunities shareholder Alan Kohler has written (see Kohler’s Week, June 28, 2014).

Also on Wednesday, our international investing guru Clay Carter will be answering your questions about the performance of his International Model Portfolio from 1pm. He has previously told subscribers that the correction in global equities provides buying opportunities (Correction opportunities, August 31) so get ready to ask about his top picks.

On Thursday at 12.30pm, brightday’s Kirstie Spicer will speak to Bennelong Funds investment director Julian Beaumont about the group’s approach to selecting stocks outside the ASX top 20. After Australia’s largest stocks slid in the recent correction, it will be interesting to hear from a fund manager focused on the mid-cap space.

To finish the week, Mitchell Sneddon will interview Frank Gooch, managing director of established LIC Milton Corporation, on Friday at 12.30. Milton listed in 1958, so get ready to hear from an investment manager with a very long-term view.

As a Eureka Report subscriber, you have exclusive access to these investing experts. Watch the events live and do send in your questions. You can click here to register for any event and receive a reminder email when the event is getting close.

Managing editor James Kirby is on leave.

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