About Härje Ronngard

Harje Ronngard is a Junior Analyst at Markets and Money.

With an academic background in finance and investments, Harje knows how simple, yet difficult investing can be. He has worked with a range of assets classes, from futures to equities. But he’s found his niche in equity valuation.

It’s not good enough to be right on average when it comes to investing. The market is volatile and it only takes one bad day to ruin your portfolio. You don’t want to end up like the six foot man that drowned in the river that was five foot deep on average. It’s why Harje is constantly reminding investors of their downside risk here at Markets and Money. He does so by simply asking just two questions.  What is it worth? And how much does it cost?

These two questions alone open up a world of investment opportunities which Harje shares with Markets and Money readers.

Right now Harje is focused on managing research and investments over at the Legacy Portfolio. An investment publication designed to significantly grow investor’s wealth over time with deeply undervalued businesses.

Harje also contributes his insights in Total Income, headed by income specialist Matt Hibbard. Harje loves cash-rich businesses, so he feels right at home amongst Matt’s high yielding income plays.

Mirvac share price
This Trade War May Have Little to Do with Trade
A trade surplus is way down on the list. Far more important is the control of revolutionary technologies. It’s why China has been rapidly increasing their patent applications. It’s also why China has created 17 technological innovation zones. To become the world’s future super power, China knows the most important ammunition will be technology.
hyperloop train technology
Hyperloop: The Airline Industry Killer
You might draw the conclusion that the good times are still ahead for airlines. And in the short term, that could very well be true. While commercialisation might still be years away, the speed and convenience of hyperloop travel could seriously reduce demand for air travel.
Infrastructure spending
The Great Global Infrastructure Arms Race
One of the most popular ‘alternative’ investments in recent years has been infrastructure. These projects generally provide great long-term returns. And they benefit society by contributing to and facilitating future economic growth. In the next few months, this exposure to infrastructure could grow even more…
investment opportunity
These Fund Managers Want to Be Like You
For a long time, Warren Buffet specialised in dumpster diving. He would buy small- and micro-cap stocks that traded at heavy discounts. Then, as a catalyst caused the share price to spike, he sold out for huge gains in a relatively short time. Now it seems droves of fund managers are trying to do the same thing. Let me explain how this will create opportunities for individual investors like you…
Investment opportunity
A New Silk Road Paved with Investment Opportunities
They’re calling it the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative. It will cover 65 countries, touching more than 4.4 billion people. It’s China’s answer to opening up trade with the rest of the world. This project is a massive opportunity for Aussie businesses. And that means it could also be a massive opportunity for you.
stocks
China Could Wreak Havoc on Stocks Everywhere
It’s still not clear if China will start selling US bonds. In fact, it could be that China can’t help but buy more US bonds. So what can you do if the second largest US bond holder goes haywire? Reduce losses as much as possible. It’s probably one of, if not the most important rules when investing.
airline stocks
Airlines to Enter Another Bad Century?
Some would tell you to go into the airline industry. It’s extremely competitive. Travelers usually pick their flights based on price. So for many air carriers, it’s a race to operate at the cheapest price possible.
Australian property market
How to Own Almost 200 Properties
It’s not the number of properties that makes you rich; it’s the percentage you own. For example, imagine two investors. One owns 20 properties, the other owns three. Who’s better off? To decide, we need more information.
US tax cuts
How Aussies Can Profit from Trump’s Tax Cuts
The US Congress recently passed a bill to cut corporate taxes from 35% to 21% beginning in 2018. The top individual tax rate will also drop to 37%, down from 39.6%. So how could you potentially profit from the US tax cuts without living in the US?
hedge funds
Is This the End for Hedge Funds?
Are hedge funds now outdated? Many managers struggle to match the market’s returns long-term, let alone beat it. They charge exorbitant fees, adding to their underperformance.