About Greg Canavan

Greg Canavan is a contributing Editor at the Daily Reckoning Australia and is the foremost authority for retail investors on value investing in Australia.

He is also the author of Crisis & Opportunity. An investment publication designed to help investors profit from companies and stocks that are undervalued on the market.

Greg is the former head of Australasian Research for an Australian asset-management group and has appeared on CNBC, Sky Business’s ‘The Perrett Report’ and Lateline Business. He has written articles for The Sydney Morning Herald,The Australian and www.ninemsn.com.au.

Greg’s aim is to help you create a portfolio of stocks based on sound, proven, investing principles.

His system for identifying stocks trading beneath their ‘intrinsic’ value combines a big picture understanding of the financial markets with a thorough valuation analysis of individual securities.

Greg’s method of investing is not about taking huge risks and rushing into big positions. He investigates highly profitable companies trading at a reduced premium to their net asset value, or ‘equity’ value as he puts it – and passes that research on to his subscribers to incorporate into their financial plan as they see fit.

With Greg’s help, you can implement a long-term wealth building strategy into your financial planning, be better prepared for the tough financial challenges ahead and stop making the basic, costly mistakes that most private investors make every time they buy a stock.

To find out more Greg’s investing style and his financial worldview take out a free subscription to the Daily Reckoning here.

And to discover what a company’s profitability reveals about its true value…and more importantly how you can use that knowledge to become a better, smarter investor, take out a 30 day trial to his value investing service Crisis & Opportunity here.

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To read more insights by Greg check out the articles below.

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The Sun Also Rises

Given this is my last day, and the markets are winding down before Christmas, I thought you might like to hear how I became part of The Daily Reckoning.
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Follow the Money

One of the great Richard Russell's most common phrases was ‘follow the money’. It’s the best advice you can get. Money isn’t biased.
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A Bull Market Remix

In one of the most long-awaited interest rate hikes in history, overnight, the US Federal Reserve bumped up the Fed funds rate by 25 basis points.
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When Will It Stop?

Given China’s economic growth is relatively healthy, you have to ask why capital isn’t interested in hanging around.
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OPEC Unleashes the Oil Bull

West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude oil soared more than 8% on the back of an unlikely OPEC agreement to cut supply starting from January.