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VIDEO: Holland Advisors’ Andrew Hollingworth walks through his Buffett-inspired investing principles (piworld)

24 Mar 2020 | by: Patricia Miller

In the video below, provided by piworld, Andrew Hollingworth, founder and fund manager at investment management and investment research company Holland Advisors walks us through his approach to the markets.

The video – filmed in February prior to the outbreak of coronavirus – sees Hollingworth discuss JD Weatherspoon (LON.JDW), Aston Martin (LON:AML), Charles Schwab (NYSE.SCHW), Ryan Air (LON:RYA), Disney (NYSE.DIS), Dart (LOND:DTG), Eagle Eye (LON:EYE), and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL).

piworld provides content for investors, by investors.

The organisation aims to help private investors get closer to companies and their management and – in turn – make more informed investment decisions.

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