In this episode, I’m joined by Scott Phillips. You may know Scott as the Chief Investment Officer for The Motley Fool Australia. This podcast was recorded in both audio and video form, so you can watch it on the Rask YouTube page. Scott is one of Australia’s leading voices on investing, but also personal finances and shareholder advocacy. Closer to home, Scott has been instrumental in my development. During my time with The Motley Fool Australia I was privileged to be mentored by Scott and see him develop his own craft up close. It might seem odd for me, and Scott, to do a podcast together given he runs the Motley Fool Money podcast, which sits in iTunes alongside some of Rask’s shows. And because The Motley Fool is a competitor. However, I think Scott’s generosity and willingness to come on the program shows his true character. An honest, humble, straight shooter. In this episode, we talk about Scott’s journey to becoming an investor. His passion started early. He would request annual reports in the mail and crunch his own ratios. We talk about Scott’s true passions, his lessons learned and more. I hope you enjoy this episode with Scott Phillps, Chief Investment Officer of The Motley Fool Australia. In this episode, I’m joined by Scott Phillips. You may know Scott as the Chief Investment Officer for The Motley Fool Australia. This podcast was recorded in both audio and video form, so you can watch it on the Rask YouTube page. Scott is one of Australia’s leading voices on investing, but also personal finances and shareholder advocacy. Closer to home, Scott has been instrumental in my development. During my time with The Motley Fool Australia I was privileged to be mentored by Scott and see him develop his own craft up close. It might seem odd for me, and Scott, to do a podcast together given he runs the Motley Fool Money podcast, which sits in iTunes alongside some of Rask’s shows. And because The Motley Fool is a competitor. However, I think Scott’s generosity and willingness to come on the program shows his true character. An honest, humble, straight shooter. In this episode, we talk about Scott’s journey to becoming an investor. His passion started early. He would request annual reports in the mail and crunch his own ratios. We talk about Scott’s true passions, his lessons learned and more. I hope you enjoy this episode with Scott Phillps, Chief Investment Officer of The Motley Fool Australia. ***Join Owen's Rask Invest - A $100 off Owen's ASX research for Investors Podcast listeners*** To get 6 months of Owen and the Rask analyst team's ASX research, join Rask Invest: https://bit.ly/aip-discount Listeners who want access to high conviction ASX share research, plus ETF models can get $100 off a Rask Invest membership using the discount code "investpod". Join today and access exclusive insights. Date recorded: July 14th, 2021 Motley Fool website: https://www.fool.com.au Disclosure & Disclaimer: at the time of recording, Owen Raszkiewicz may own shares in some of the companies mentioned. Please refer to the Fool.com website for a full list of Scott's disclosures. This podcast contains general financial advice only, issued by The Rask Group Pty Ltd. This information does not take into account your needs, goals, or objectives. So please consult a licensed and trusted financial adviser before acting on the information. Investing in risky and can result in capital loss. Nothing in this podcast should be considered as a forecast or guarantee of future returns. Please read Rask Australia's Financial Services Guide (FSG) available on our website to learn more about us, what we offer and our podcasts.
Expert Investor: Scott Phillips from the Motley Fool on sensible investing and sensationalist advertising
Equity Mates Investing Podcast
Scott is the Chief Investment Officer at Motley Fool Australia and the advisor of the Motley Fool Share Advisor and portfolio manager of Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio and Motley Fool Everlasting Income. Scott has been a member of the Motley Fool since 1998 and an employee for the last 10 years. In today's episode he talks about his own personal investing philosophy, his thoughts on short-sellers, and then Scott answers a whole stack of questions from the Equity Mates community. If you want to let Alec or Bryce know what you think of an episode, contact them here. Some of our favourite resources and offers to help you during your journey: $50-$200 OFF some amazing investing courses by our friend-of-the-show, OwenTrack your investment portfolio with Sharesight.Get a free stock when you sign-up to Stake, using the code EQUITYMATESGet exclusive access to our favourite data and insights platform, TIKRTake the emotion out of investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Gold and Silver with micro-investing app, Bamboo. Use EQUITY MATES for $10 when you sign-upGet $15 of Bitcoin, using one of our favourite crypto-currency exchanges, SwyftxGet free trades if you plan to use the broker SelfWealth Make sure you don't miss anything Equity Mates related by signing up to our email list. And visit this page if you love everything Equity Mates and want to support our work. *Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of Equity Mates Media or any other employer or associated organisation.Always remember, all information contained in this podcast is for education and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, legal or tax advice. The hosts of Equity Mates are not financial professionals and are not aware of your personal financial circumstances. Before making any financial decisions you should read the Produce Disclosure Statement (PDS) and, if necessary, consult a licensed financial professional.For more information head to our Disclaimer Page, where you can find resources to search for a registered financial professional near you.***Have you just started your investing journey? Head over to Get Started Investing – Equity Mates 12-part series with all the fundamentals you need to feel confident to start your investing journey.Want more Equity Mates? Come to our See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode marks a special point for Brew Chatt and the world. The last “regular pre-pandemic episode” we recorded in the before times was with the dynamic duo of brewers Brian Bender and Scott Phillips of The Barley Mob Brewers Association. They were the last episode we recorded in studio before all of this Covid nonsense. We’re all vaxxed up, and we’re ready to taste some beers with the boys. We’ve got a great docket, and it’s great to catch up in person.
Interview: Scott Phillips on Directing Assassin's Creed games and Immortals Fenyx Rising
In this episode, I celebrate the career of a veteran in the video game industry. Scott Phillips is the director of many great games such as Immortals Fenyx Rising, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Saints Row The Third and Saints Row 4.We talk about his background, techniques and behind the scene of many great games.Please consider supporting "Wassup Conversations" to help us continue:https://www.nikoofarmusic.com/support...Watch or listen to this conversation from this link:https://www.nikoofarmusic.com/wassupHamidreza Nikoofar's Twitter:https://twitter.com/HRNikoofarThe video is done by:https://twitter.com/itsemadameriTo get more info about Immortals Fenyx Rising and the games Scott is working on, follow these Twitter accounts:https://twitter.com/UbisoftQuebechttps://twitter.com/FenyxRisinghttps://twitter.com/Ubisoft
The Art of Making Things Happen (Bluefishing) Steve Sims
Scott Phillips - I spent most of my life as a career criminal and drug dealer and through a weird coincidence I became one of the first adult internet entrepreneurs in 1996. - I'd been using the web since the first beta version of Mosaic, and I remember when there was 8 websites on the whole internet. I think I'm one of a handful of people who can claim to have seen "the whole internet". - My very first day of operation in May 1996 I made 1000 sales off organic traffic, and did even more the second day. 4 months after starting I was a millionaire at age 21. - Was the 25th adult website on the internet, the 4th affiliate program of any sort, and eventually became the 3rd largest adult internet business (before I ruined my life, which I'll get to) - By 1998 was using 90% of Australia's whole internet bandwidth - 33 violent felony convictions, 2x FTC investigations, 18 million dollars worth of lifetime fines - From 1994-2007 there was not one single day I was not either in jail, out on bail, on parole, or on suspended sentence. - Still listed on the spamhaus/rokso (register of known spam operations) worst 200 spammers of all time list https://dokumen.tips/documents/rokso-200-worst-spammers.html - As internet porn became saturated I switched verticals into online pharmacies and SMS dating products. In 2006 I went back to prison (for kidnapping and torturing some people who I caught breaking into my house) and I became determined to change my life. I got off crystal meth (which I'd been injecting daily for years) by going to narcotics anonymous meetings inside. I'd naturally assumed that when I got clean, I'd go back to making even more money than before, but my whole personality had changed, and my mindset was wrong for making money. Also, it was post 2008 and I never realized how much a boom economy made me look better than I was. The next 10 years were extremely frustrating. I was finally, a person I wasn't ashamed to be. I was clean, happy, helping people, but my earning capacity seemed to be capped at around $200K/year. Along the way I had several failed businesses, and I had attracted and accepted mediocrity in every area of my life. I'd spent my time since getting out of prison learning everything I could about trading and investing. But it wasn't making me rich. I'd been selling my trading systems, and I thought I "knew marketing". But if I was so good, how come I wasn't making millions of dollars a year like good marketers do? I'd gone from being a truly exceptional (if amoral, ruthless and dangerous) young man, to a truly medicore middle aged man. It was clear that the difference between then-me and now-me was all in my mindset. So I started a journey of systematically addressing my fundamental beliefs around who I am and my capacity for growth. I got a mindset coach, a therapist, started meditating several hours a day, joined copy accelerator, launched a new product, and I'm in the process of dialing in a new funnel, which is fascinating, incredibly scary, and extremely difficult. http://www.scottphillipstrading.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/scott.phillips.3323457/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/scottphillipsau/
Scott Phillips | Gamestop, interest rates & investing
The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
Welcoming back Scott Phillips, Chief Investment Officer of the Motley Fool. In this episode he details the current investment market, where people are putting their money and who is winning big and who are losing it all. We expand the chat discussing how interest rates are playing into the overall picture of Australian property, shares and cryptocurrency.Here’s what we covered: Why are buyers so confident investing into bricks and mortar? What other investments are going off? How did the craze of Gamestop happen and what will be the after effects? What is happening in the share market? What are the kinds of people investing and will they continue to invest? Will bitcoin continue to boom or bust? Will the TechReck happen? Have Australian saved or spent more during Covid? What is better to invest into super or property? Should you upgrade your house or invest? RELEVANT EPISODES:Episode 159 | Eliza Owen Episode 152 | Saul Eslake Episode 69 | Scott Phillips GUEST LINKS:https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-rba-takes-three-years-off-what-does-it-mean-for-us/id1118867383?i=1000507802202 HOST LINKS: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.auWork with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.auWork with Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org Send in your questions to: email@example.com EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Please note that this has been transcribed by half-human-half-robot, so brace yourself for typos and the odd bit of weirdness…This episode was recorded in March.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
53: Scott Phillips from The Motley Fool talks about share investing
The Joyful Frugalista
Have you ever wondered if you should borrow to invest? Or whether there was a place for investing in direct shares rather than Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)? I had a good chat with Scott Phillips, Chief Investment Officer at The Motley Fool, about how to get started and how to succeed in investing.
Scott Phillips is The Motley Fool’s Chief Investment Officer in Australia, and runs the Motley Fool Share Advisor, Million Dollar Portfolio and Everlasting Income services. He's also all over the media, social AND traditional. And a Roosters tragic. He's joined us to talk about his 5 investing 'don'ts':Don't trade too often.Don't sell too quickly.Don't give in to envy or greed.Don't buy the hot new thing.Don't let the 'story' overwhelm the fundamentals."...it's so easy to get caught up with the media. And frankly, the brokerage ads and there's very much a sense that if you can be active, you'll do well. In my experience, and most people's experienced exactly the opposite. If you keep your brokerage and your taxes down, you find good businesses and you hang on, let them do their thing. That tends to be where success comes from. My biggest mistakes have been actually things like selling too early, rather than selling too late, or selling too frequently. And so that idea of just be sensible, be slow, I tend to like to say, buy slow, and sell even slower."Link to the blog post: https://www.sharesforbeginners.com/blog/motleyGuest Website: https://www.fool.com.au/Guest Twitter: @TMFScottPGuestFacebook: @scottphillipsmoneyGuest Instagram: tmfscottpHere are some resources that will help you on your investing path: When you’re ready to go beyond ETFs, learn from the master - Tony Kynaston’s Quality at Value. Sign up with code SFB for 20% discount. https://qavpodcast.com.au/register-3/ Track your portfolio & save heaps on accounting fees with Sharesight. https://www.sharesight.com/au/sharesforbeginners Get your first trade free at Boring but Beautiful investing platform Pearler. Sign up with this link: https://pearler.com/home?deal=sharesforbeginners Interested in US stocks? I subscribe to 7investing to see their favourite stock market opportunities. Save $10 off your first month with this promotional offer or enter the coupon code stocksforbeginners when you sign up I use Aussie Broadband for my NBN. They’re great! Especially their local Aussie support and reasonable rates. Receive $50 off your first bill when you sign up with this referral code: 952465 Disclosure: The links provided are affiliate links. I will be paid a commission if you use this link to make a purchase. You will also usually receive a discount by using these links/coupon codes. I only... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We’ve got award winning local homebrewers and BJCP Judges Brian Bender and Scott Phillips of The Barley Mob with us via the Internet this week to talk about Mainx24 being cancelled, Alex Trebek’s possible replacement, and what positivity is coming from Coronavirus while on the very precipice of a vaccine.