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Executive Director

Phone: +61 *********
Email: c***@***.au
Local Address: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Bell Potter Securities Limited
Level 29, 101 Collins Street
Melbourne , Victoria 3000
Australia

Company Description: Bell Potter is an Australian-owned stockbroker and financial services provider. With origins dating back to 1928, the company has grown to become one of the leading...   more
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Renowned Institutional Investor Charlie Aitken
www.fymfinancial.com.au, 29 Oct 2013 [cached]
Renowned Institutional Investor Charlie Aitken
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Renowned Institutional Investor Charlie Aitken
Attached is a link to an article by renowned Institutional Investor Charlie Aitken, Head of Wholesale dealing at Bell Potter. We feel this piece encapsulates some of the themes we have mentioned in our last few articles and lends credence to our view that at these depressed prices, high quality stocks offer exceptional long-term value. Some of the issues he discusses are:
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Charlie Aitken - ringing the bell
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switzersuperreport.com.au, 9 April 2015 [cached]
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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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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
Charlie Aitken & The Team - Under The Southern Cross
www.underthesoutherncross.com.au, 31 Mar 2011 [cached]
Charlie Aitken Charlie is a Southern Cross Equities' Executive Director and head of Dealing.
Southern Cross turns over in excess of $10 billion per annum for its long time institutional and professional investor client base.
Charlie and his team are therefore trusted by some of the country's most successful institutions and business people to handle their trading decisions His track record speaks for itself. He has been consistently ranked in the top three dealers in Australia.
Charlie has spent more than 15 years working in the equities market, more recently providing leadership and market commentary through Under the Southern Cross.
Originally only available to clients of Southern Cross Equities, Under The Southern Cross has grown organically as word of its insights have spread among the trading and investing community.
It's no small feat producing Under The Southern Cross everyday. Charlie is lent a hand by -
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Angus co-manages the Institutional Dealing Team with his brother Charlie.
Raging bull Charlie Aitken not ...
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Raging bull Charlie Aitken not tamed by bad bank call
Raging share market bull Charlie Aitken, head of institutional dealing at Southern Cross Equities, isn't backward in coming forward, writes Stephen Mayne.
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switzersuperreport.com.au, 9 April 2015 [cached]
Charlie Aitken Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale
Charlie Aitken is the Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale and the author of the daily equity market newsletter Ringing the Bell.
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