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Mr. Charlie Aitken

Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer

Aitken Investment Management Pty Ltd

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Email: c***@***.au

Aitken Investment Management Pty Ltd

Level 57 MLC Centre 19 Martin Place

Sydney, New South Wales 2000

Australia

Company Description

Aitken Investment Management is a leading Global High Conviction Fund based in Sydney. Contact us on +61 2 9236 7200 or info@aimfunds.com.au more

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Charlie Aitken
Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale
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Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment b...View more >
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment bank County Natwest, who in 1996 asked Charlie to join their Institutional Equities Dealing Desk in Sydney. Charlie worked with County Natwest and its future owners Salomon Smith Barney and Citigroup until joining Southern Cross Equities in 2003. When Bell Potter took over Southern Cross Equities in 2008, Charlie remained in his role as Head of Institutional Dealing until June 30, 2011.
His influential daily stock market newsletter 'Ringing the Bell,' formerly called 'Under the Southern Cross ,' is widely followed by institutional and private investors alike.
Over his 18 years working in financial markets, Charlie has experienced both bull and bear markets, including the Asian crash, the tech bubble and bust, 9/11, the resources boom, and the global financial crisis. He has met with hundreds of companies and investors all around the world. He has worked in both large and small firms, but has always been focused on the core business of finding undervalued stocks and investing with conviction.
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Charlie Aitken
Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale
You need to be a full subscriber to access this feature of the Switzer Super Report. Click here to upgrade your subscription or read recently answered questions below
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment b...View more >
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment bank County Natwest, who in 1996 asked Charlie to join their Institutional Equities Dealing Desk in Sydney. Charlie worked with County Natwest and its future owners Salomon Smith Barney and Citigroup until joining Southern Cross Equities in 2003. When Bell Potter took over Southern Cross Equities in 2008, Charlie remained in his role as Head of Institutional Dealing until June 30, 2011.
His influential daily stock market newsletter 'Ringing the Bell,' formerly called 'Under the Southern Cross ,' is widely followed by institutional and private investors alike.
Over his 18 years working in financial markets, Charlie has experienced both bull and bear markets, including the Asian crash, the tech bubble and bust, 9/11, the resources boom, and the global financial crisis. He has met with hundreds of companies and investors all around the world. He has worked in both large and small firms, but has always been focused on the core business of finding undervalued stocks and investing with conviction.
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As central banks around the world cut interest rates, Charlie Aitken argues we'll see further capital gains in the right equities, plus explains why he's bullish on Transurban.
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Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment bank County Natwest, who in 1996 asked Charlie to join their Institutional Equities Dealing Desk in Sydney. Charlie worked with County Natwest and its future owners Salomon Smith Barney and Citigroup until joining Southern Cross Equities in 2003. When Bell Potter took over Southern Cross Equities in 2008, Charlie remained in his role as Head of Institutional Dealing until June 30, 2011.
His influential daily stock market newsletter 'Ringing the Bell,' formerly called 'Under the Southern Cross ,' is widely followed by institutional and private investors alike.
Over his 18 years working in financial markets, Charlie has experienced both bull and bear markets, including the Asian crash, the tech bubble and bust, 9/11, the resources boom, and the global financial crisis. He has met with hundreds of companies and investors all around the world. He has worked in both large and small firms, but has always been focused on the core business of finding undervalued stocks and investing with conviction.
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Charlie Aitken
Switzer Expert
Read Charlie's Profile
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment bank County Natwest, who in 1996 asked Charlie to join their Institutional Equities Dealing Desk in Sydney. Charlie worked with County Natwest and its future owners Salomon Smith Barney and Citigroup until joining Southern Cross Equities in 2003. When Bell Potter took over Southern Cross Equities in 2008, Charlie remained in his role as Head of Institutional Dealing until June 30, 2011.
His influential daily stock market newsletter 'Ringing the Bell,' formerly called 'Under the Southern Cross ,' is widely followed by institutional and private investors alike.
Over his 18 years working in financial markets, Charlie has experienced both bull and bear markets, including the Asian crash, the tech bubble and bust, 9/11, the resources boom, and the global financial crisis. He has met with hundreds of companies and investors all around the world. He has worked in both large and small firms, but has always been focused on the core business of finding undervalued stocks and investing with conviction.
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Charlie Aitken

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Charlie Aitken
Switzer Expert
Read Charlie's Profile
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
Charlie started his financial markets career in 1993 on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange dealing SPI futures for clients of Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming.
One of his clients was investment bank County Natwest, who in 1996 asked Charlie to join their Institutional Equities Dealing Desk in Sydney. Charlie worked with County Natwest and its future owners Salomon Smith Barney and Citigroup until joining Southern Cross Equities in 2003. When Bell Potter took over Southern Cross Equities in 2008, Charlie remained in his role as Head of Institutional Dealing until June 30, 2011.
His influential daily stock market newsletter 'Ringing the Bell,' formerly called 'Under the Southern Cross ,' is widely followed by institutional and private investors alike.
Over his 18 years working in financial markets, Charlie has experienced both bull and bear markets, including the Asian crash, the tech bubble and bust, 9/11, the resources boom, and the global financial crisis. He has met with hundreds of companies and investors all around the world. He has worked in both large and small firms, but has always been focused on the core business of finding undervalued stocks and investing with conviction.
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