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Investing offshore: Some of the best global opportunities for 2017

Australians tend to have a home bias when investing in equities, but could this actually be hurting your returns?

Investing in global equities could be the key to unlocking higher returns. Losing a bit of that home bias and allocating some capital to companies that can generate better earnings growth, and therefore capital growth, may open the door to a better financial future.

So what kind of steps can you take to invest in some of the world’s best businesses?

Wayne Peters and Nathan Bell of Peters MacGregor join Switzer TV to discuss global financial markets and the economy and where they see value right now. They also reveal their investment process and their best investment ideas from around the globe - don’t miss it!

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