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🚩 10 ASX company red flags (and what they mean)

In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate Campbell and Owen Rask discuss 10 different red flags that may stand out to you as investors in Australian companies, and some notable ASX case studies.

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As an investor, a red flag is a warning sign to you that there’s something going on with the company that warrants further investigation. We don’t usually get to see the inner workings of the company, so have to make educated decisions based on the external information available to us.

In this episode, Kate & Owen put forward 10 different red flags that may stand out to you as investors, and some notable ASX case studies. Our red flag might be your green light, so in today’s episode we’re going to explore some of the things that would make us stop and pause as investors.

You might still decide to invest in a company after looking into one of these red flags we highlight today, but you’ll be a lot more informed when you do, and you might even start to see some patterns emerge across different companies.

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