QAV (The Australian Investing Podcast) 335

Questions this week about NWS; Buffett buying into Barrick Gold; what a stapled security is; what Tony’s worst returning year was; whether or not we can invest in Apollo (ATL) again; and Tony’s general process during the reporting period. Then we review Tony’s recent journal updates about BFG, ADH, 8IH, HJPN and MAH.

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