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Where to invest your money in a post-Covid world

The 2021 "Yahoo Finance Summit Live" will air at 10am AEST on Thursday June 24, entirely via livestream on Yahoo Finance. The virtual one-hour special is the lead-up to the main "Yahoo Finance Summit" event which will be held on Tuesday September 14 at Pier One Sydney.

In the 18 months since Covid hit we've seen a sharp rebound in the global economy, a meteoric rise in the price of assets and commodities, Bitcoin hitting $1 trillion, NFTs exploding in popularity and China's influence and economic strength accelerating.

So where should investors be looking for profit in the next 12 months?

In this hour-long live stream we'll delve into the next big investment opportunities with Bell Direct senior market analyst Jessica Amir and Fidelity investment specialist, Anthony Doyle. They'll explain:

- What's driving investment markets right now

- The investment trends to keep an eye on

- The stocks that proved pandemic-proof

Next, fund manager at DigitalX Limited, Matt Harry and the host of his own hugely popular Bitcoin podcast, Stephan Livera,

Former treasurer Wayne Swan will join us to explain how China will power the next phase of global growth, while Antipodes Partners portfolio manager Sunny Bangia will provide a masterclass on how to spot and seize investment opportunities from China.

We'll also be hosting a Q&A after each panel discussion so if you would like to submit a question to any of our speakers, please email us at

Join us as the experts explain how to take advantage of the new world of investing in a post-Covid world.

Thursday June 24 2021

10am - 11am AEST


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