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Juno Magazine

Winter 2019

JUNO combines investment and lifestyle in a beautiful luxury magazine. It’s an ideal gift for a beginner in the investing world through to the sophisticated investor. This colourful, quality publication explains financial concepts in plain English and offers in-depth market commentary from a team of experts. It’s all about simplified investing. This spring, JUNO looks at KiwiSaver, the investment most Kiwis already have. It could cost you big bucks if you’re paying too much in fees. Investment expert Mary Holm suggests ways to improve KiwiSaver, starting with 1% contributions. JUNO tells you why your ex could get your KiwiSaver. JUNO also goes on safari in Africa, reviews the new Porsche Cayenne and offers market analysis for the sophisticated investor.

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you don’t own debt. debt owns you.

When we look at companies to invest in we don’t like to see too much debt. It can mean they’ve been doing some tricky things to look better short-term, but it certainly means they have fewer choices if the wind changes. We look for sustainable fundamentals like cash burn and growth rates, as we’ve seen high-debt companies end up distressed, diluted or missing their potential. Low debt can also mean better returns, as many of our clients have found in their personal finances; careful choices, like paying down the mortgage, have meant they’ve been well placed to now diversify and invest into our managed funds. This is one of five principles that have helped us achieve some of the best returns in the business. Find out the other four at piefunds.co.nz/five Do get in…

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an inspirational leader

As we celebrate, I’d like to honour Jacqueline Taylor, the visionary co-founder, publisher and editor-in-chief behind JUNO, as she steps away from the helm of the magazine. When the registered primary school teacher married fund manager Mike Taylor and worked alongside him at Pie Funds, she realised that the complex language of investing was stopping ordinary people taking steps towards financial freedom, and she decided to do something about it. With Mike, she co-founded Moneta magazine, to help people understand the basics of investing. Later, Moneta evolved into JUNO and launched into the retail market, where it’s been a big hit with Kiwis keen to learn more about investing. She says: “When I started this magazine in 2014, I spoke to many Kiwis who felt that investing was out of their reach and…

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juno magazine

Founder Jacqueline Taylor Editor Brenda Ward – brenda@junoinvesting.co.nz Deputy Editor Claire Connell – claire@junoinvesting.co.nz Senior Designer Rachel Lochhead Executive Chairman Mike Taylor Printer Crucial Colour Distribution Crucial Colour and Marketing Impact Limited Retail Distributors Gordon & Gotch Contributors Scott Alman, Cameron Bagrie, Diana Clement, Sarah Ell, Amy Hamilton Chadwick, Paul Gregory, Victoria Harris, Martin Hawes, Andrew Kenningham, Sharon McKendry, Jake Millar, Andrew Nicol, Steve Ruffley, Mark Russell, Chris Smith, Guy Thornewill and Dr Pushpa Wood. Published By: Brenda Ward…

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meet some of our contributors

SCOTT ALMAN Scott is the managing director of Consilium. He has built two adviser service businesses across Australia and New Zealand and is an advocate for the value of professional independent advice. MARTIN HAWES Martin is the chairman of the Summer KiwiSaver Investment Committee. He is an authorised financial adviser and offers his services throughout New Zealand. He also presents at seminars. CAMERON BAGRIE Cameron is the managing director of Bagrie Economics, a boutique research firm. He was previously Chief Economist at ANZ, a position he held for over 11 years. ANDREW KENNINGHAM Andrew has worked for Capital Economics since 2011. He was previously an economic adviser for the United Kingdom Foreign Office and worked for Merrill Lynch in the City of London. DIANA CLEMENT Diana is one of New Zealand's leading writers in personal finance, investment and related…

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early retirement

The Continental Cars Ferrari Showroom in Auckland was the perfect venue for the JUNO Exchange event on 21 March. There was lots of inspiration for people who want to retire early – especially those with a new Ferrari on their wish-list. JUNO editor Brenda Ward told the 90 people who attended that it’s many people’s dream to work their way through a bucket list. “Maybe it’s spending a year in Provence, maybe it’s spending every day on the golf course. Maybe it’s driving a Ferrari Portofino. Or maybe it’s as simple as spending more time with friends and family.” JUNO’s experts covered ways to invest, to help you give up the nine to five. Even those who’d already retired and were expanding their portfolio would have lots to think about, she said. Acting manager…

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subscribe to win

One of Eight WineFriend Cases Subscribe to JUNO for a year (four issues) for $35 and you’ll go into the draw to win one of eight WineFriend Treat Yourself cases (6 bottles), valued at NZ$159 each. Go to junoinvesting.co.nz/subscribe BONUS: All JUNO readers will receive $25 off their first subscription delivery. Just enter the code ‘JUNO’ at the checkout. winefriend.co.nz Terms and conditions: 1. The prize is as stated, one of eight WineFriend Treat Yourself case of wine (6 bottles). 2. Each case is valued at NZ$159. 3. Prize is not transferable and is not redeemable for cash. 4. Offer expires on 30 July, 2019. 5. The prize goes to the purchaser of the winning subscription, and not the recipient. 6. The prize draw applies to one-year $35 subscriptions only, and is not valid with any other…