Recent Awards

Platinum Asset Management

Morningstar Australian Fund Manager of the Year 2018.

Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year: International Equities Category Australia 2018

 

A$20,000 invested in the Platinum International Fund in 1995 would now be worth A$349,522 1, 2

Reflections on investing

Ever found yourself misjudging someone on first impressions?

Stocks are the same – take a careful look before you leap to a conclusion.

One of Australia’s most trusted international investment managers

Why invest in international equities

Why invest in international equities

Reasons to invest with Platinum

Reasons to invest with Platinum

Be an instinctively better investor

Be an instinctively better investor

"When you buy a stock, you become part-owner of a living organism. ‘Your’ company is a team of people with certain leadership, values, energy and personality. You need to understand what makes it tick, rather than focus on numbers alone."

Kerr Neilson

Founder & Director, Platinum Asset Management

"The significance of initial valuation to total return should not be underplayed. A higher valuation at the time of investment not only reduces the initial earnings and dividend yield the investor receives, but also reduces the margin of safety. The higher the starting valuation, the greater the risk that a downward ‘re-rating’ will overwhelm the company’s growth in earnings."

Andrew Clifford

Co-Founder, CEO & CIO, Platinum Asset Management

"The market is driven by fashion, fear and greed. These are deeply etched aspects of the human psyche and we try to control our own and exploit others'."

Kerr Neilson

Founder & Director, Platinum Asset Management

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LIXIL (5938:JP) AGM Vote

Platinum Asset Management urges LIXIL shareholders to vote AGAINST AGM Proposal 1 and FOR AGM Proposals 2 and 3 More

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Clay Smolinski provides an update on the growing valuation divergence between growth and value stocks – now at levels not seen since the tech bubble, including why this divergence exists and why he expects the value-based approach will return to favour. https://t.co/uTGGFFGbTD https://t.co/d7kDtZ3AmK
Andrew Clifford explains to a advisers today that very strong consensus on interest rates staying ultra-low indefinitely is critical to examine. An alternative path will shake up markets and cause chaos for those relying on it #investing #global #interestrates #thinkdifferently https://t.co/esjbpEiFqw