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When you subscribe, you’ll receive access to our exclusive team of investment professionals

These professionals will share their investment expertise and advice to help you make the right decisions in order to grow your investments.

Peter Switzer

Founder and Publisher of the Switzer Report

Peter Switzer is one of Australia’s leading business and financial commentators, launching his own business more than 30 years ago. Today the Switzer Group is a diversified media, content and financial services firm.

Paul Rickard

Co-founder of the Switzer Report

Paul Rickard has more than 25 years experience in financial services and banking, including 20 years with the Commonwealth Bank Group, during which time he founded the online broker CommSec.

James Dunn

Financial journalist and commentator on 3AW and Sky Business

James Dunn is a freelance finance journalist and media consultant. James was founding editor of Shares magazine, and the former personal investment editor at The Australian.

Tony Featherstone

Financial Journalist

Tony is a former managing editor of BRW, Shares, Personal Investor, Asset and CFO magazines. He specialises in small listed companies, IPOs, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Charlie Aitken

Chief Investment Officer and founder of Aitken Investment Management

Charlie is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Aitken Investment Management. He is the former Managing Director of Bell Potter Wholesale.

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Our service in a nutshell

Our team of professionals will do the hard work for you and scour the myriad of stock research to narrow down your investment choices. We’ll steer you past the “dividend traps” and provide selections in an easy-to-follow format.

When you register for a 21 day free trial

You will receive expert guidance and actionable advice for managing and growing your wealth from some of the brightest business and investing minds in the country.

Each week we will

  • Tell you which shares to buy and sell and when
  • Give advice on share buybacks and other opportunities
  • Help you maximise your after tax investment returns
  • Analyse alternative investments – from property to artwork
  • Help you put your cash to work by sourcing the best fixed-interest rates

And for SMSF Trustees

  • Show you strategies you can use in your SMSF
  • Simplify ATO rulings to make your life as a trustee easier

What you receive when you subscribe

Three weekly newsletters

Three weekly newsletters emailed to you – containing educational articles, stock market and investment information, analysis and advice to help you make investment decisions for your SMSF.

Sector allocation table

You’ll be able to view the sector allocation table, so you can see which sectors the experts currently favour, as well as our term deposit comparison table, which is updated weekly with the best interest rates.

Income & growth stock portfolios

You’ll have access to the Switzer Report’s income and growth stock portfolios. Designed by Paul Rickard, these portfolios are updated regularly and have consistently outperformed the market.

Question & answer forum

You’ll be able to view the question and answer forum where subscribers ask the experts questions about what to invest in, how to invest and how to run their SMSF.

Monthly interactive webinars

You can attend our monthly interactive subscriber webinars, where Peter Switzer and Paul Rickard discuss the outlook for the market and address live questions from the audience.

Resource centre

You’ll have access to our subscriber resource centre, where It has information you’ll need about setting up, running, and investing in an SMSF.